Qeelin - Hongkong
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Launched in Paris in the year 2004, Qeelin has been recognized as an international fine jewelry brand in no time.
Its brand is known for having a blend of east and west inspirations, as what its name suggests. Qeelin was derived from Chinese characters “qi” and “lin” which symbolizes harmony, balance and peace. Each of their boutiques have a contemporary Chinese environment.
The world is slowly discovering the best of China’s cultural heritage through the jewelry collections of Qeelin namely Qin Qin, Ling Long, Coeur de Ltus, BoBo, Tien Di, Wu Lu, and Yu Yi. These are all exclusively made of precious metals and stones such as finest gold, platinum, E or F colour diamonds, sapphire, ruby, and China and Hong Kong’s gem – jade.
Their timepiece is famous as well for having a balance of lines and curves, and an asymmetric silhouette that truly manifests classic elegance and contemporary sophistication.
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