Larry Jewelry joined hands with Taiwanese jeweler Chullery and held an exhibition of their masterpieces at Larry Jewelry flagship store in Central recently showcasing the Ultimate Selected collection, taking inspiration from the artifacts of Qing Dynasty, Trendy Classic, blending in tradition culture and modern craftsmanship, and Culture Inspired, converting historical artifacts to contemporary jewelry.
In 2008, Chullery was invited by the Taipei National Palace Museum for a co-branding project and became the first jewelry designer with the Museum’s brand entitlement. Transforming the Museum’s treasured artifacts to contemporary jewelry, Chullery has led the trends of jewelry with a deep sentiment of humanism and cultural heritage.
This collection features exquisite pieces inspired by artifacts from Qing Dynasty with great auction and collection value. Featuring the exclusive technique of micro-setting of ultra-fine pearls, pearls of similar colours, sizes, and luster are masterfully set in four prong settings, realizing gorgeous jewelry pieces, demonstrating the finest craftsmanship of Chullery.
A product introduction by Madame Lin Fong Chu, founder and designer of Chullery, graced with a live demonstration by a model. Since its establishment in 1967 in Hong Kong, Larry Jewelry has never ceased to excel in creating remarkable jewelry collections by embracing its unsurpassed mastery in jewelry design, meticulous gem-setting technique and using only the highest-quality gemstones and diamonds while offering their refined products at competitive prices.
Mr. Caric Hon, Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer of Larry Jewelry, said, “Larry Jewelry and Chullery share a similar philosophy in jewel crafting. We are honoured to work with Chullery for its first solo exhibition in Hong Kong.
Featuring oriental elements, unique culture, innovative designs and excellent craftsmanship, each and every piece of jewelry from Chullery is extraordinary and remarkable.
We hope to provide a platform for jewel enthusiasts to explore the world of high jewelry.” Exhibition ends 26th June 2016 and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to Make-A-Wish Hong Kong by Larry Jewelry to grant wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions.