Hong Kong, Trade Fair Updates
June Hong Kong Fair to showcase new attractions
2017/06/22
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A pair of long diamond earrings in 18-karat gold from the ‘Together Now’ Collection by MKS Jewelry International Co Ltd

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Fancy colour and white diamond ring by Belodiam Ltd

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A coloured gemstone and diamond jewellery collection by Viva Collection Co Ltd

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Ring with a no-heat royal blue sapphire centre stone of 13.93 carats surrounded by rubies by IVY New York

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Neon-mint green tourmaline of 60.53 carats from Namibia. The stone, in a beautiful princess cut, is part of Vikar Ahmed’s collections

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Ring set with a turquoise centre stone surrounded by diamonds and sapphires from Ocean Brilliant (HK) Ltd

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Emerald and diamond ring by Real Gems Co Ltd

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Estate antique oval sapphire and single-cut diamond marquise-shaped ring in 14-karat gold from Exchange Corporation

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Three-stone ring set with a Sri Lankan sapphire centre stone flanked by fancy yellow diamonds by Bee’s Diamonds (Bee’s International Group Ltd)

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Diamond ring by Bri-Star Jewellers Ltd

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Carnelian butterflies from Shanghai Jade Gems Factory Ltd

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Silver necklace embellished with amethyst, moonstone and amazonite by Timax Jewelry Ltd

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Lively Sea Turtle by Monplaisir Fashion Co Ltd

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‘Together Now’ diamond rings by MKS Jewelry International Co Ltd

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Diamond rings set in 18-karat gold by Able Jewelry Mfg Ltd

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Tahitian pearl necklace by Orau Pearls

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Pearl bracelet by Tai Woo Pearl (Hong Kong) Co Ltd

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A pair of earrings with unheated Burmese ruby centre stones surrounded by diamonds by Bee’s Diamonds (Bee’s International Group Ltd)

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This stunning Tahitian pearl and diamond masterpiece is from Ocean Brilliant HK Ltd

The June Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair is marking its 30th anniversary this year with a host of exciting attractions, including the launch of the CORE Pavilion – a dedicated area for jewellery companies that have supported jewellery and gem fairs in Hong Kong over the years and consider Hong Kong as the platform from which they grow their businesses.

The June Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair is marking its 30th anniversary this year with a host of exciting attractions, including the launch of the CORE Pavilion – a dedicated area for jewellery companies that have supported jewellery and gem fairs in Hong Kong over the years and consider Hong Kong as the platform from which they grow their businesses. 

The show, one of Asia’s top three fine jewellery events, is expecting to draw more than 25,000 local and overseas buyers during its four-day run at the Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre (HKCEC). The fair is scheduled for June 22 to 25.

“On this landmark occasion, the CORE Pavilion will debut, adding to the exciting line-up of attractions and business opportunities,” said Wolfram Diener, senior vice president at UBM Asia Ltd. “Some of Hong Kong’s finest jewellery will be showcased at the pavilion.”

The CORE Pavilion will feature 61 exhibitors.

Key themes such as the Fine Design and Fine Gem Pavilions (FDP/FGP) have likewise proven to be crowd-pleasers at the June Hong Kong Fair for many years since their launch, Diener continued. 

“This year, the FDP/FGP will gather over 70 renowned exhibitors from around the world. These esteemed companies bring you the opportunity to see up close some of the world’s finest jewellery, top-quality loose diamonds, coloured gemstones, pearls, invaluable antique and estate jewellery, and other exclusive one-offs.”

One of the fair’s standout sections is the Diamond Pavilion, which features 420 exhibitors.

“It remains one of the largest diamond pavilions in the world. The June Fair also features 18 group pavilions from various countries, including India, one of the largest jewellery markets in the Asia Pacific,” according to Diener.

Following the successful launch of the “Declaration Programme on Exhibits of Natural Diamond” scheme at last year’s September Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair, the trade show organiser said it will be introducing the scheme at this edition of the June Hong Kong Fair. The programme acknowledges members of recognised diamond trade associations who make a declaration that they supply and exhibit only natural diamonds during the fair. Each of these diamond exhibitors will display in their booths the official poster issued by UBM Asia that identifies them as natural diamond suppliers. 

“This scheme is certainly a winning proposition for both diamond exhibitors and buyers,” Diener said.

Here is a glimpse at some of the fine collections of June Hong Kong Fair exhibitors. JNA

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