Sunday, June 10, 2007
MING'S JEWELRY HONOLULU
Ming's Honolulu, 1941 - 1999
GOOD SOURCES FOR MING'S JEWELRY
ALMOST ANTIQUES EBAY
ALII ANTIQUES EBAY
Please be aware that the "H.K." stamp by itself is not an indication that it is a Ming's Honolulu piece. It must also have the MING'S hallmark stamp to be a true Ming's Honolulu piece.
Ming's Honolulu jewelry is highly sought after by knowledgable collectors. It is only available in the Antique, Collectible and Estate Jewelry venues since Ming's closed their doors in 1999 and continues to increase in value with the passage of time.
Ming's jewelry store, widely assumed to have been run by a Chinese family, was started by Wook Moon, the eldest son of Dora Kim Moon, who was among the first group of Koreans to arrive in Hawaii
MING'S JEWELRY IS NO LONGER IN BUSINESS, AND COLLECTOR'S OF HAWAIIANA ARE ALWAYS ON THE LOOKOUT FOR PRIZE PIECES.