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Jade Market, as its name suggests, specializes in the deep green gem jade. A gigantic jade stone monument punctuates this market that is bustling with crowds. This stone is believed to be a symbol of good luck, and newborns are blessed with them in the local culture. An array of hues, qualities and types are available depending on your zodiac sign and horoscope. Tourists are seen bargaining down to a convenient midpoint with vendors. Also on offer are an array of items, knicknacks, electronics, home decor and clothing. Head here to pick up a souviner typical of Southeast Asia.
Green Ladies Shop offers a shopping experience with a cause. This charming boutique features consigned clothes and accessories for women, with a part of its proceedings patronizing several local charities. The store interiors are designed with quirky wall art and chandeliers, and display a fashionable array of dresses, tops, skirts, jewelry, handbags and shoes. Peruse their collection for a unique addition to your wardrobe and don't hesitate to ask the friendly staff for recommendations.
A world-renowned brand in jewelry, Yewn Heritage Jeweller has its flagship store in The Landmark Edinburgh Tower in Central Hong Kong. Brainchild of designer Dickson Yewn, it brings together ancient Chinese culture along with contemporary style and technique. His extravagant, yet classy and chic yet traditional jewelry has succeeded in winning many hearts across the globe. The brand has been adorned by internationally famous personalities like Michelle Obama. The chain now has stores in more than 5 countries. Visit their website to know more.
This international jeweler is one of the few companies involved in the complete process of mining, processing and sales of their jewelry. Customers will find top-notch service as well as one-of-a-kind pieces. Beautiful jade bracelets, pendants and necklaces are their specialty.
A stroll from the Largo do Senado towards the inner harbor along the Avenida Almeida Ribeiro is sure to make anyone's head spin. This section of the street is pretty much wall-to-wall gold shops. The shop windows are filled with gleaming pieces of ornate jewelery, mostly made of 24-carat gold, which is preferred by most Asians who buy gold as an investment. As gold is imported into Macau duty-free, prices are astonishingly low. Solid gold jewelery is generally sold by weight, which is measured in taels, whilst precious gems should be bargained for.