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About us

At our studio & workshop, you will see hammering and pounding away on new designs and custom work for our amazing clients.

Welcome to HN JEWELRY

Finding a one stop location for handmade fine jewelry in Hong Kong is becoming less and less. Terence Lee is the third generation of HN Jewelry Co., he was inspired by his dad and grandfather since he was little. In 1968, Hanley Lee, Terence’s father opened his workshop in Gough Street, Central. In 1995, HN Jewelry Co. was launched at Queen’s Road, Central. Until now, with over 50 years of combined fine jewelry experience. 

At our workshop, you will see hammering and pounding away on new designs and custom work for our amazing clients. In 2010, Terence has foreseen internet business blooming, 8 years ago he has decided to use the internet to expend his business online. This year is HN jewelry 50th anniversary, we have created a new look to our Studio & Workshop a comfortable environment, clients can also visit our vintage workshop which we still handmade every single pieces of their fine jewelry.

We are proudly to say we don’t just sell jewelry, we make it too! 


How it works?

Made-to-Order items are available for purchase at the fixed price stated, and are literally handmade just for you once you complete your order. Because these items are made to order, shipment occurs within 10-15 business days from the purchase date. Feel free to contact us if you need your items earlier. We will try our best to accommodate.


Why the wait is worth it?

This might be a longer delivery lead time than you’re accustomed to, but it’s a small price to pay for beautiful fine jewelry which would ordinarily cost four or five times more.

We don't make a piece of jewelry until you want to buy it. By not making products that no one wants, We never get stuck with inventory, which dramatically reduces our costs - and the customers can accrue the benefit of price reduction.