Hong Kong Private Sale

invite you
Get started on your Holiday Shopping!
Join us for the finest “Made in Japan” Jewelry and other one-of-a-kind.
From December 3rd to 4th
48/F Exchange Square Two,
8 Connaught Place
Hong Kong
03 – 04 December 2010

Location The Hong Kong American Club – Peking Room

*club dress code : smart casual, no short or flip flops
In case you can’t make it to our private we will be able to ship world wide within 4 days until 20 December 2010. Time is flying and November will be in the corner very soon….I will post a couple of suggestions for your Lovers, Friends and Family Christmas gifts.

Because Christmas gifts should be unique, this collection will be made in limited edition so only 1 or a maximum 5 pieces per designs will be release for online shop.

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Is Debbie Han today!

Critics, philosophers, and theoreticians have stated that, during a recession, artists can return to fundamentals: branding, art market booms, and the constant cycle of the same artists being exhibited can finally come to a halt.  In the past three years we have seen a return to Pop art, photo realism, and Conceptual art that have proved successful, yet don’t bring anything new to the table ideologically.  Debbie Han not only captures the magnificence of Classical aesthetic beauty that the likes of Kant and Hegel would concur upon, but adds a new dimension of contemporary and Post-Modern ideals for the viewer to sink their teeth into.

Han’s images of present-day Asian women’s bodies attached to classical western goddess heads combines the Orient with the Occident and opens a dialogue on Orientalism; Feminism; the Sublime; Beauty; authenticity; propriety; and perception.  Each figure, digitally rendered to the perfection of a marble statue appears seamless, virginal, and flawless, and yet the viewer somehow feels as though these women have a secret amongst themselves and each other – laughing at you for not being their ideal of perfection.  “Secretive Graces” pictures the busts of three women whispering to each other: “what do you think of these people passing by?”  “Look at these gallery-goers who are so consumed with the need for consumption,”  “Watch them stare at us in their ignorance of our oppositional gaze,” “The men watch us phallocularly but we have them fooled, don’t we girls?” 


New York – New Boutique!


Item New York, a newly opened boutique on 444 Broome St. between Broadway and Mercer in New York’s upscale SoHo neighborhood is the latest store to carry jewelry styles by Marielle Byworth for MARIJOLI.  The cozy store features a minimalistic interior with gunmetal colored walls and dark wood accents and is beautifully stocked with a well-edited selection of one-of-a-kind statement pieces from jewelry to handbags.  The store’s concept is to offer its shoppers that special signature piece that becomes the standout “item” to accentuate their ensemble.  We weren’t surprised Item fell in love with Marijoli’s BUMA bracelet with ruby and MATRECK earrings!


A hand-selected collection of Marielle Byworth for MARIJOLI sterling silver rhodium plated and gold plated, are now available to purchase at the SoHo boutique, including various pairs of his well-received MATRECK earrings or most known as Chandelier. This is absolutely the perfect piece for that special someone who will fall in love at first sight.

Item New York
444 Broome St.
New York City, NY 10013