Michelle Yuen Jewelry has four consignment points in Hong Kong, located in Mong Kok, Central PMQ, and The Peak, with slight variations in the opal jewelry offerings at each point.

 The Mong Kok consignment point is situated at Rubbish_b on the 8th floor of 66 Sai Yeung Choi Street. Guests who love vintage accessories and handbags are likely to be familiar with this charming little shop hidden in the bustling city. Here, you can find our eight classic rings, three pairs of earrings, and Rubbish b.'s exclusive vintage opal cameo pendants. This shop excels over the other consignment points because it offers a complete range of ring sizes, from Hong Kong size 8 to 17, and the owner and staff can help you find the perfect fit.

We have two consignment shops at PMQ, Hong Kong Island.

PMQ is a creative design landmark of Hong Kong. Although it is a creative design landmark, the building has a history spanning over 100 years. The history of PMQ can be traced back to 1862 when the first Western-style school in Hong Kong offering primary and secondary education to the public, named Central School, was established. At that time, Central School was located on Gough Street north of Hollywood Road, and Sun Yat-sen, the founding father of the Republic of China, also attended this school.

Later, Central School was relocated to Aberdeen Street, the current address of PMQ, and renamed as Queen's College in 1894. During the Japanese occupation of Hong Kong in World War II in 1941, the school was forced to suspend classes and was used as a headquarters for Japanese cavalry troops, causing severe damage from the war.

In 1951, the building was demolished and rebuilt as the Police Married Quarters. All the residents moved out and were evacuated by 2000. In 2010, the Antiquities and Monuments Office (AMO) designated the Police Married Quarters as a Grade 3 historical building. The Musketeers Education and Culture Charitable Foundation Ltd. (Musketeers Foundation), with the support of Hong Kong Design Centre, the Hong Kong Polytechnic University and Hong Kong Design Institute of the Vocational Training Council led the revitalization of the former Police Married Quarters on Hollywood Road into a landmark creative hub, officially named "PMQ".

(photo from: https://www.cntraveler.com/shops/hong-kong/pmq-staunton)

Our consignment point at PMQ is located at the Wheres Design Store on the 1st floor, S107 of Staunton, and you can find most of our 925 silver jewelry here, including some natural opal material on display. To share you where our opals come from.

Our other consignment located on the 3rd floor, S305 of Staunton, where you can also find out most of our 925 silver jewelry. In addition, we have some solid gold bracelets display that you can try them on and purchase them directly.

As each opal is unique, if you cannot find what you are looking for on the 1st floor, do not hesitate to visit the 3rd floor to find your own opal and enjoy take a look of this historical building.

Sourced from:

  1. (2023, March, 06).  Central School→ the Former Police Married Quarters on Hollywood Road→PMQ, PMQ. https://www.pmq.org.hk/heritage/history-of-pmq/?lang=ch

  2. (2023, March, 06). Queen's College‧Hong Kong‧China: History and Memories of 145 Years, Hong Kong Museum of History . https://rb.gy/rbjhj1

Finally, let me introduce the consignment shop located on The Peak. This is a consignment that we are not happy to mention about because the placement of the consignment items here is completely out of our control, and there are no shop assistants to take good care of our jewelries. The jewelries may be placed nicely the first time, but the next time they may be are in different places but not a good place. Nevertheless, we are very grateful for customers who come to visit us. The consignment shop on The Peak also carries most of our 925 sterling silver jewelry. If the display items become worn out, you can ask the staff to bring out new ones.

We are very grateful to have all the customers who have visited our consignment shop. Before we have 2 consignment shops in PMQ, our consignment shops have spread throughout the New Territories, Kowloon, and Hong Kong Island. There are still customers who visit every single consignment shop to find their own opal. Thank you for all the support from you guys, and stay tuned for our new opals!


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