At the southwest of Dongsi Shitiao Bridge, a new jewelry market named Da Jia Yong Li attracts people¡¯s attention, especially collectors¡¯, for it is the top-grade jewelry market in Beijing considered as a collector¡¯s paradise.
Entering the building, you¡¯ll feel cool and comfortable at once, in striking contrast with the scorchingly hot Beijing weather of late.
The lobby harbors a huge Ding, an ancient cooking vessel made of precious stone, and a large piece of Chinese painting on display. Behind these, there are four escalators bringing you to the second floor and to the basement floor.
Scope of operations
Floor 2 consists of many jewelry shops that are beautifully decorated.
The basement level offers peculiar stones, antiques, paintings and calligraphy, inner paintings, silk, porcelain, pottery, wooden sculptures, and reproductions of ancient furniture.
The jewelry market occupies a surface area of 3,000 square meters, with over 80 shops specializing in jade, diamond, red and blue gems, pearls, white marble, red coral, crystal, and Shou Shan stone. It is a professional wholesale market dealing with the highest rate of precious stones in Beijing.
To guarantee the merchandise quality and protect consumers¡¯ legal rights, the market has specially invited the most authoritative jewelry appraising organization of China to stay in and ensure genuine quality. Any consumer with a problem or question may dial 6409.6883 to get a satisfactory answer.
A duplicate of business license is sticking onto the door of each store, thus ensuring every shopkeeper is a legal one.
Jewelry processing and appraising
Shop # 2063 provides jewelry-processing service to customers.
Room #2040 shelters the Gao De Jewelry Appraising Research Institute, the earliest jewelry appraisal and research organization in China, equipped with the most advanced testing equipment. The appraising center holds multiple certificates from China and abroad.
At the basement level, many peculiar stones are on display, their prices range from RMB 1000 to RMB 300,000. They are treasures made by nature combining artists¡¯ workmanship.
If you're looking for the perfect jewelry to go with your new Chinese clothes, you have to see what the Miao people can do.
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