today21 March 2019

Written by: Vivienne Becker


One of the highlights on show during the Hong Kong press event, on February 28th was the mesmerizing Pink Paradise pendant and necklace, loaned for the evening by Dehres, a new exhibitor at this year’s GemGenève.  The centerpiece drop-shaped pendant set with an exceptionally rare 15 carat fancy pink pear-shaped diamond, framed in white diamonds was suspended from a necklace composed of 40 pear-shaped diamonds, all D-F colour, totaling over 50 carats.  Dehres’ CEO, Ephraim Zion, explained that the design of the necklace was carefully and strategically planned to draw the eye, through light and line, directly to the beauty of the extraordinary pink diamond at the heart of the pendant. The Pink Paradise was paired with a ring set with 7 carat pear-shaped fancy intense pink diamond, in a pavé diamond setting.

Ephraim Zion, internationally acclaimed as a leading diamond expert, heads the third generation of the Hong Kong based company, Dehres, specialising in superlative diamonds and rare coloured stones, and backed by a long and rich family legacy of trading and cutting the finest gemstones.

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