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Gems & Pearls Selected

Japanese Akoya Pearl & South Sea Pearl

TRACEY CHEN does not use freshwater pearls, because seawater pearls are more delicate in roundness and gloss.

We use Akoya pearls in Metropolitan series and our Fine Collection Series will also use South Sea gold and white pearls and Tahitian black pearls. 

  • Akoya Pearl are seawater pearls, and their mother-of-pearl is Ma’s shell, so the Japanese name "あこや (akoya)" for such kind of pearl.  Japanese Akoya pearls are mainly produced in the Seto Inland Sea and are famous for their unique and delicate luster, especially their natural rose luster, which captures the hearts of ladies.
  • Only one mother oyster can be cultivated, and the growth period of pearls takes about 3-4 years. Akoya pearls have the best gloss of all pearls, and are called "little bulbs".

 

  • The large size, limited culturing area, and extended growth period all combine to make South Sea pearls the rarest of all pearl types.
  • Found in colors ranging from optic white to a deep, honey gold, these pearls are prized by collectors and designers alike. The luster of South Seas pearls, whether white or golden, is soft and luxurious.
  • Only a small percentage of South Seas are spherical and as such, full strands of matched pearls are extremely rare.

 

 

Natural Burma Jadeite

The gentleness and transparency of jadeite are deeply loved by the Chinese cultural circle. Jadeite is also known as the "king of jade" and has long been a high jewelry in the same category as diamonds, ruby and sapphires. There are international auctions in Hong Kong every year, and the jade trade is one of most watched.  

  • Burma jade is the only jadeite kind recognized internationally reaching the precious gem level, which is quite different from jade from other origins.
  • TRACEY CHEN only selects Burma A-grade jadeite that is natural and not chemically artificial treated.
  • Natural jadeite has green, white, purple, red, dark green, orange and other colors. We use good quality of ice waxy jadeite as the design material for Metropolitan Series.
  • TRACEY CHEN has the exclusive patent for the jadeite cutting invention, which requires at least four craftsmen’s careful and time-consuming work to bring out the contemporary beauty of jadeite.

Organic Diamond

 

It is the hardest gem in the world, representing protection, purity and immortality. Because of the way it sparks, ancient Greece has long regarded diamonds as the tears of God, and Romans regarded them as fragments of stars.

  • We strictly select diamonds, and do not use artificial or lab cultivated diamonds or zircons.
  • The diamond selected by TRACEY CHEN has a high-grade color and clarity. 
  • We do provides customized services that can outline the dream wedding rings for customers.

Ruby

Ruby is one variety of the corundum mineral species, which also includes sapphire. Ruby is highly regarded and can command high per-carat prices. It is arguably one of the most important gems in the colored stone market and is known as King of Color Stones.

 

Sapphire

A sapphire is a precious gemstone from the corundum mineral. They are commonly known for their striking blue color, though they do appear in a number of other color varieties. Sapphires have an incredible history, from drawing fame with the royal family to playing a part in ancient legends. Thus, sapphires are one of the most sought-after gemstones for jewelry (alongside diamonds).

 

Emerald

Emerald is the most famous member of the beryl family and collected by royal member from ancient time. Legends endowed the wearer with the ability to foresee the future when emerald was placed under the tongue, as well as to reveal truth and be protected against evil spells. Emerald was once also believed to cure diseases like cholera and malaria. Wearing an emerald was believed to reveal the truth or falseness of a lover’s oath as well as make one an eloquent speaker.

Fine Steel and Non-Allergenic Jewelry Metal

  • It is a stainless steel material with high hardness, high temperature resistance, and can be for medical use
  • It will not cause allergic reactions to the human body, and will not blacken and rust
  • Passed SGS certification and can be exported to EU
  • Some of the lite luxury series use fine allergic metals to take care of your health

 

Platinum

The annual exploration amount of platinum mined is only one-twentieth of that of gold, and one ounce of platinum needs to be extracted from 10 tons of platinum ore for 5 months. Its purity makes it a natural low-sensitivity metal, which is very suitable for people with sensitive skin and is known as the "king of precious metals."

18 Karat Gold

Solid gold is a rare precious metal that will never oxidize and change color, and 18K gold is one of the metal materials selected in TRACEY CHEN fine jewelry collection. Its main component is gold, which is harder than platinum. It can be made in different styles and colors and is also very suitable for diamond settings.

Sterling Silver

Sterling Silver is made of 92.5% pure silver and 7.5% copper alloy. The outer layer of TRACEY CHEN sterling silver jewelry is plated with a thick rhodium, which is one of the rare precious metal materials in the world to increase the luster and durability of jewelry. Gold vermeil is a very high specification jewelry processing technology. The requirement for it is at least 1.5 microns and precious metals above 10K gold. We use 18K gold to thickly plate our pure silver jewelries.