The story of Green G.

Green G. is a jewelry designer brand created by designer Sabina Lee and her MBA trained husband Paul Tsang in 1997 in Hong Kong. The brand first started as a jewelry boutique in the prestigious Harbour City – the largest shopping centre of the city situated at the water-front of Kowloon Peninsular where the city also chose to build its cross-harbour ferry and its cruise ship terminals. An in-place frequented by locals and tourists from all over the world, Harbour city was the place where major international luxury brands made their strongest presence. It was also an ideal launching platform for new designer brands like Green G.

Sabina is a first generation jewelry designer in Hong Kong. Educated in Simon Fraser University in Canada, before starting Green G., Sabina had been in the business of fashion jewelry for the high-end department store Seibu for many years, accessorizing celebrities and high-profile customers. Often she worked together with image consultants to find the best jewelries for their clients. Sabina ventured into fine jewelries with her rich experience in fashion jewelries and she enjoyed instant success and recognition. The Green G. brand was immediately approached by Design Gallery of Hong Kong Trade Development Council to be showcased there, up to this day with new designs every season.

Green G. proudly presents itself as one of the best international designer jewelry brands specializing in floral themes, both naturalist and stylized, inspired by nature and modern art, like her famous Monet collection. With an eye for details, a love of nature and a passion to quality, Sabina’s vision is to create lasting designs that can stand the test of time. With the best hand-picked gem-stones that her discerning clients look for, and finished with superb craftsmanship, her jewelries are articles of wearable fine art. 

Sabina creates her designs along two goals of luxury:

  • Young luxury: contemporary minimalist designs with a taste of luxury for the younger market of twenties and early thirties.
  • Heritage luxury: luxurious designs as decorative arts for formal and bridal occasions, as well as bespoke heritage jewelries.