Celebrity jeweler Ben Baller has created four special custom Soju bottles for singer Jay Park, a friend he considers “a true dongsaeng (younger sibling).”
In an Instagram post, the Korean-American “jeweler-to-the-stars” shared an image of one of the Soju bottles, along with a touching tribute to Park and his accomplishments and contributions to the music industry.
A group of Filipinos visiting China were reportedly scammed into purchasing expensive jewelry which turned out to be fake.
The group of tourists, which recently visited Beijing, spent 1 million Philippine pesos ($19,058) for the counterfeit items.
Social media users have been swooning over a stunning Son Goku pendant from Korean American jeweler Ben Baller.
In a recent Instagram post, Baller shared the majestic piece depicting the “Dragon Ball” protagonist with a note on who gets to wear his creations.
The Malaysian viral “shoe-stealing prank” has spread to China and gave birth to a new version where people pull a “jewelry-stealing prank” on unsuspecting jewelry clerks.
In the clip, a person will pose as a potential buyer of a piece of jewelry. They ask to try on a necklace; once it’s already on, the prankster makes a slow dash across the room – usually towards the door – that would then prompt the clerk to take quick action.
Go beneath the surface with innovative nose jewelry designed by Malaysian-born, London- based designer, Joanne Tan.
Unlike a simple nose ring or septum piercing, Tan told Culture Trip that her pieces are inspired by tribal beauty.
Ada Chen, a Chinese-American artist, confronts Asian stereotypes by creating jewelry.
Based on real cringe-worthy conversations, Chen crafted a set of dangle earrings in the shape of iMessage speech bubbles.
Mirai Nagasu made history at the PyeongChang Winter Olympics 2018 when she became the first American woman to land a triple axel at the Olympics. Besides helping the team take home the bronze medal, she also exposed over 28 million people to a Los Angeles-based designer thousands of miles away.
Nagasu was wearing a pair of delicate triangle shaped gemstone earring jackets when she accomplished her Olympic feat. These earrings were made by Sonia Hou, a Chinese American designer who started her jewelry line as a side hustle in 2013. The so-called Fire Earrings hold white quartz gems which are mythically known as the “master healer” and can ward off negative energy. Nagasu and her fashion accessories made headlines and Popsugar referred to the earrings as “a secret weapon.”
On 255B Canal St., New York City sits a jewelry store frequented by hip-hop artists for its premium material and exceptional craftsmanship.
Popular Jewelry Inc., established in 1988, is owned by Chiokva “Eva” Sam.
A Hong Kong firm is helping new mothers cherish moments with their children by turning their breast milk into pendants, bangles, and beads.
Two mothers are behind Love Made Me, the company which specializes in creating breast milk jewelry as keepsakes for mothers.
A would-be jewelry thief in Japan became so tired from trying to outrun the law that a cop chasing him down was able to nab him.
The suspect entered an Elizabeth Jewelers branch in the Chuo Ward of the city of Sapporo and attempted to rob the store at around 5:20 p.m. local time on May 23.
A young man from China allegedly found a cheap way to appease his girlfriend who nagged him for a diamond ring by crafting his own gemstone using the bottom of a beer bottle.
According to Chinese news website Huanqiu (via Daily Mail), the practical man decided to make a convincing-looking emerald after his girlfriend demanded he buy a ring with a big gem. He then crafted what looked like an actual emerald out of a green beer bottle.
In an uncharacteristic gesture of kindness, Floyd Mayweather has put up $10,000 to find the person who killed his jeweler, Aron Aranbayev, who died this week from injuries sustained from a hit-and-run on Sunday night.
Aranbayev, 40, was struck by a Dodge Magnum in Queens, New York. His celebrity clients included Jay Z, Drake, Khloe Kardashian, Rick Ross and Floyd Mayweather, among many others.