HONG KONG — Chow Tai Fook, one of the dominant jewelers in China, recently showcased its diamond collection to about 150 of its top clients.
In a suite at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Hong Kong, the jeweler displayed more than a dozen rare colored and clear diamonds, including a 102.8-carat yellow diamond, a 4.47-carat flawless pear brilliant blue diamond and a 16.27-carat fancy pink diamond ring. Diamonds were arrayed in specially designed display boxes depicting a fairy-tale type of love story. There was another room to the back of the suite set up with even more jewelry — mostly diamond jewelry costing $1 million and up as well as emeralds, rubies and jade.
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