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Aesthetics notwithstanding, colours are often linked to the way a certain gemstone may benefit its wearer. A red stone, for example, is said to aid blood circulation; while a blue one helps mental clarity. Besides the famous jade, with its symbolic energy highly regarded in Asia, we explore some of…

From the 17th to 19th century, the handheld fan was a crucial accessory that determined the social status of women. The more decorative the fan, the more desired it was among ladies of higher classes. Shielding faces from the glare of the sun or hiding a demure smile, the fan…

Every once in awhile, a girl has to indulge herself — The all-too-familiar quote from popular TV series, Sex and the City by character Carrie Bradshaw played by Sarah Jessica Parker, is a good reminder why we love shopping.     In collaboration with London-based jeweller Kat Florence, the star…

In conjunction with Christie’s 250th global anniversary, the auction house has organised a series of events for all its avid collectors leading up to the upcoming Hong Kong Autumn Auctions. Since October, Christie’s has been holding previews, art forums, regional tours, and private sale exhibitions for buyers to gather and…

Fann Zhang spent many days of her childhood learning to paint at the Beijing Youth Palace. She sketched at the Forbidden City so often that its textures and colours left an imprint on her imagination. As she grew older, and eventually studied jewellery at the Central Academy of Fine Arts,…