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Prime Investments Group Limited: Gem Palace Presentation
Prime Investments Group Limited: Gem Palace Presentation
Prime Investments Group Limited: Gem Palace Presentation
Prime Investments Group Limited: Gem Palace Presentation
Prime Investments Group Limited: Gem Palace Presentation
Prime Investments Group Limited: Gem Palace Presentation
Prime Investments Group Limited: Gem Palace Presentation
Prime Investments Group Limited: Gem Palace Presentation
Prime Investments Group Limited: Gem Palace Presentation
Prime Investments Group Limited: Gem Palace Presentation
Prime Investments Group Limited: Gem Palace Presentation
Prime Investments Group Limited: Gem Palace Presentation
Prime Investments Group Limited: Gem Palace Presentation
Prime Investments Group Limited: Gem Palace Presentation
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  • 1. The GEM PALACE Heritage In 1852, the Kasliwal family established The Gem Palace in the royal city of Jaipur Jewelers for over eight generations, the Kasliwal’s were the distinguished court jewellers to Moghul emperors. Today, The Gem Palace employs 160 people who create contemporary designs using traditional Indian methods, and successfully strike the delicate balance between old and new. City of Jaipur
  • 2. Barefoot craftsmen sit on pure white cushions, and sometimes spend days working on a single stone. These delicate stones are cut, polished and drilled using traditional methods. No expense is spared to ensure flawlessness; any precious stone you desire can be custom- crafted into a unique piece.                                                                                                                                                           The GEM PALACE Craftsmanship
  • 3. Apart from its wide collection of unique gems and jewellery, the Gem Palace has earned a reputation of mastering a particular art – enameling Enameling is considered the most alluring and technical of all metal decorations. For centuries, royals and statesmen have relied on the Gem Palace to create jaw dropping enameled or kundan jewellery. The GEM PALACE Traditional Techniques
  • 4. The GEM PALACE Collection
  • 5. There are trends, and then there are classics, which never go out of style. This intricately designed collection is inspired by the classic beauty of the Victorian era, with a Russian influence. Different cuts of diamonds are used to create an interesting reflection of light. The stones are set in a special alloy of gold and silver using techniques From the late 1800s, and the designs are light and comfortable to wear. The GEM PALACE Indo Russian
  • 6. In collaboration with the Met, the Gem Palace has created an Egyptian- inspired jewellery collection that includes handcrafted special pieces in gold, resplendent with precious and Semiprecious stone. The GEM PALACE Ancient Egyptian
  • 7. A superb collection of jewellery has been designed using the original techniques of the Byzantine period, inspired by the heritage of Greek And Roman art. In the Byzantine world, the protective properties of Christian images were thought to ward off evil and to bring good fortune. The Gem Palace, using pearls and stones set in 22 karat gold, has created crosses with fine repoussé designs. The GEM PALACE Byzantium
  • 8. In collaboration with the Met, Jewellery designer Munnu Kasliwal has created an exclusive Greek and Roman Art Inspired collection in gold, with precious and semiprecious stones. The GEM PALACE Ancient Greek & Roman
  • 9. The GEM PALACE Presence
  • 10. The GEM PALACE Press
  • 11. The GEM PALACE Royalty’s & Celebrities’ Visits Top (left to right): Prince Charles & Princess Diana, King Carl XVI & Queen Silvia of Sweden, Maggie Smith, Michelle Yuen, Bottom (left to right): Gwyneth Palrow,Richard Gere, Goldie Locks
  • 12. The GEM PALACE Contact Prime Investments Group Ltd Tel: 2522 5111 Address: 11/F, Hip Shing Hong Centre, 55 Des Voeux Road Centre, Hong Kong

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