GEMS. TRUST. WILD. For more than 170 years, the Constantin Wild company has been offering top-class gemstones. The connoisseur of exquisite stones has a worldwide reputation for his exclusive portfolio. Visitors to this year’s Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair will have the opportunity to see why: endless facets, fascinating colours and very high quality. The company's treasure chamber is home to some of the most spectacular beauties on this Earth. Every stone is hand-picked and has been through a series of thorough tests.
Proprietor Constantin Wild represents the tenth generation of his family involved in gemstone cutting. Since the age of twenty he has been traveling the world in quest for exceptional and exquisite treasures of mother Earth. His customers hold him in high regard for his knowledge of all aspects of world of gemstones. Getting the best out of – or rather putting the final polish on – matt raw stones to produce a flawless sparkle is what Constantin Wild is renowned for.
Exhibition highlights are sparkling paraiba tourmalines in vibrant hues and exclusive sapphires in the fashionable colour purple. The colour range of paraiba tourmalines, coveted worldwide, runs from an intense sea green to a lush turquoise blue. These gemstones with their bold luminosity are not just gloriously colourful, but also rare and valuable.
In addition, Constantin Wild’s treasure chamber is filled with many other rarities – canary tourmaline, imperial topaz, demantoid, fire opal and aquamarine. Also, the qualified gemmologist presents spectacular sets and arrangements of colourful gems: “My stones are especially well suited to extravagant jewellery“, says Wild, who has been familiar with the market for 35 years.
The colour spectrum of paraiba tourmalines, coveted worldwide, runs from an intense sea green to a lush turquoise blue. With their bold luminosity they are not just gloriously colourful, but also rare and valuable. "The radiant neon hues of the paraiba tourmalines symbolise a positive lifestyle", explains managing director Constantin Wild.
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