Up your accessories game with this guide to Hong Kong jewellery shops, featuring our favourite online stores and independent designers…
You can dress yourself from head to toe, but no look is fully complete without an accessory or two to bring it all together. Enter our ultimate guide to Hong Kong jewellery shops. From independent designers to online jewellery gems, and covering all budgets, these picks will have you accessorised to perfection in no time.
Featured Hong Kong Jewellery Shops
Looking for jewellery that’ll make you feel as good as you look? Boutique brand Nyssa has you covered. This online jewellery shop is committed to bringing us 100% traceable fine jewellery – that means its range of modern classic pieces will only ever feature ethically-sourced gems, recycled gold, fairtrade silver and KP-certified conflict-free diamonds. On a mission to inspire, innovate and disrupt the industry, Nyssa works exclusively with partners that provide their employees with safe and fair working conditions. Sounds good to us! Check out its range of delicate solid gold necklaces for great everyday pieces. As with all Nyssa jewellery, they cost a fraction of the price of traditional markups, so rest assured, a shopping spree won’t break the bank! Make sure to subscribe to the Nyssa newsletter to get 10% off your next purchase.
A must-know online brand for busy professional women, Jemocracy brings together style and functionality with its curated line of beautiful work-appropriate jewellery. The collection has been designed to take you from the office to happy hour drinks and beyond, all in effortless style. From earrings, bracelets, rings, necklaces and brooches, each piece has been crafted from the highest quality materials, including gold, silver, pearls and natural gems, by skilled artisans across the globe (think the likes of Japan, Korea, Italy, Spain and Hong Kong). Plus, every collection comes in limited drops, making each purchase special and unique. Don’t know where to start? Try Jemocracy’s Vermeil Collection, made from a more durable alternative to gold plating, without the cost of real gold. With free express delivery across Hong Kong, a no-questions-asked return policy and a 12-month guarantee on all products, what have you got to lose?
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Affordable Hong Kong Jewellery Shops
Launched in Hong Kong in 2018, Anthea Cooper’s timeless jewellery designs take inspiration from the designer’s Indian heritage, with a modern twist. Natural gemstones and precious metals feature heavily in her collections. We love that the jewellery pieces here are versatile enough to be worn alone or layered.
Anthea Cooper, antheacooper.com
Hong Kong designer Bryan Chan has spent over twenty years in the jewellery biz and clearly knows what kind of designs are popular! His creations marry the woven bracelet trend with tribal hints to create eclectic pieces that are guaranteed to elevate your everyday style. In addition to the jewellery, we have our eyes on the embellished headbands – Blair Waldorf would approve.
Amelie Jewelry, www.ameliejewelry.net
Antonia’s handmade pieces of jewellery call to mind her vision of an eternal bohemian summer. Think natural gemstone embellishments, cowrie shells dipped in gold and more. Mainly inspired by nature, each piece here is special and unique.
Antonia Y., antoniayjewelry.com
Good vibes and bejewelled silver and cubic zirconia jewellery pieces abound at online label Cherished Today. The affordable price tag is the cherry on top.
Cherished Today, www.cherishedtoday.com
Gosia Orlowska Designs
Combining the best of impeccable Asian craftsmanship with timeless European flair, Gosia Orlowska Designs brings us intentional modern jewellery at wallet-friendly prices. We love the simple, minimalist pieces here. Head to its site for the full collection.
Gosia Orlowska Designs, gosiaorlowska.com
Green Lemon Atelier
With Paris as its muse, Green Lemon Atelier brings us a range of effortlessly stylish pieces that are as affordable as they are beautiful – the ultimate jewellery dream! The concept store stocks French jewellery brand Les Cleias, with prices starting from around $180. We love the delicate gold stacking rings in particular, along with the fun and colourful beaded bracelets. Head to Green Lemon’s newly-opened showroom on Hollywood Road to view the jewellery pieces IRL, or head online for easy convenience and free shipping.
Green Lemon Atelier, 85 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong, greenlemonatelier.com
Sempimimi Founder, Stephanie Holding-Shah, worked as a fashion writer and stylist before starting this eclectic jewellery edit. From pink fringed drop earrings to colourful agate rings, this local jewellery shop has the perfect mix of statement jewellery pieces at prices that won’t break the bank.
If you’re into silver stunners then you’re going to love Ivan Leung’s handcrafted jewellery pieces. Remember, if there isn’t anything that catches your eye immediately, Ivan can custom create a jewellery design especially for you.
Ways Out Hong Kong
Jewellery with a conscience is what you’ll find at Way Out Hong Kong. This local initiative turns trash into treasure, upcycling household waste into beautiful jewellery pieces. Sustainability, check! What’s more, Ways Out employs underprivileged women, empowering them to take control of their lives with craft skills and financial rewards. Did we mention that part of the proceeds from sales go to charities like Mother’s Choice and Feeding Hong Kong? Shopping never felt so good!
Ways Out Hong Kong, www.waysouthk.com
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High End Hong Kong Jewellery Shops
This Hong Kong-based online label creates unique jewellery pieces with a rebellious edge. You’ll be in good company when shopping here: celebrity fans of AS29 include the likes of Beyoncé, Michelle Obama and Bella Hadid.
Founded by Instagram foodie Yuki Leung (a.k.a. @yukimaryrosel), Jewelux is all about everyday luxury. All jewellery pieces are handcrafted with 18 carat gold, real natural diamonds and gems only. Jewelux is online via Instagram only at the moment, but look out for its regular pop-ups. Shoot over a DM for info on bespoke jewellery designs.
Earthy, artsy and elegant are just a few of the words used to describe the jewellery at niin. Designer Jeanine Hsu uses materials such as stones, shells and wood to make jewellery creations that are both naturally beautiful and environmentally sustainable or recycled.
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Premium Hong Kong Jewellery Shops
Aliya Fine Jewellery
Founded by two best friends, Aliya Fine Jewellery bridges the gap between finesse and modern jewellery. The brand made waves with its monogrammed Letter Collection; for something even more personal, opt to have your name or symbol of choice engraved in 18-karat white, yellow or rose gold.
Aliya Fine Jewellery, www.aliyafinejewellery.com
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Functional fine jewellery is the name of the game at this Hong Kong-founded jewellery label, created by one of our former That Girl’s, Payal Shah. Everything here is thoughtfully-designed and grounded with the idea of being one-of-a-kind. From 18 carat hand-made rose-cut diamond earrings to statement flower rings, L’Dezen’s jewellery pieces are an investment for sure, but one that will pay off for years to come.
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Founded in 2014 by Hugo Yeung and Belinda Chang, Obellery is a contemporary jewellery studio that features artisan craft and designer jewellery. If you’re looking for a unique, handcrafted piece, check out the studio in PMQ, or take one of its jewellery and metalwork workshops to create something of your own!
Inspired by the symbolic meaning of jewellery, designer Wendy Yue turns jewels into pieces of art, to be passed down through generations. Each intricate design is based on her fascination with wildlife and moments from her expeditions. If you’re a jewellery maven who values artistry and creativity, Wendy Yue’s pieces are not ones to be missed.
Wendy Yue, wendyyue.com
Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in September, 2013 by Lauren Yee and was most recently updated in July, 2021.
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Hero image courtesy of Green Lemon Atelier via Instagram, image 1 courtesy of Nyssa, image 2 courtesy of Jemocracy, image 3 courtesy of Anthea Cooper via Instagram, image 4 courtesy of Cherished Today via Instagram, image 5 courtesy of Sempimimi via Instagram, image 6 courtesy of AS29 via Instagram, image 7 courtesy of Aliya Fine Jewellery via Instagram.