SINGAPORE JEWELLERY & GEM FAIR 2014 | Budget Uganda gorilla trekking


Gem and Jewellery Fair concludes on high note

The second edition of the Singapore Jewellery & Gem Fair attracted 9,615 visitors and 161 acclaimed exhibitors from 21 countries across 10,000 square metres of exhibition space at the Sands Expo and Convention Centre, firmly sealing its position as the largest fine jewellery fair in Singapore and the region.

The four-day fair presented several pavilions from Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore, Thailand and the United States of America, as well as independent exhibitors from other countries such as Austria, Belgium, Germany, Israel, Italy, and Switzerland. The fair also showcased a stunning Exquisite Pavilion and an exclusive Designer Atelier, each housing a number of local and overseas suppliers with a spectacular trove of fine jewellery and gems for professional trade buyers, private collectors and general public.

The second consecutive year of success shows that the Singapore Jewellery and Gem Fair is being recognised as the most influential jewellery event in the region. The fair is positioned as a professional trading platform for international jewellers to build their brand recognition and introduce their products in the Southeast Asia region.

Delivery of a piece of treasure to everyone, and more

At the fair, professional trade buyers, private collectors, jewellery connoisseurs and deal hunters found a large variety of jewellery pieces from a hundred to multi-million dollars.

“The fair is an ideal platform for jewellery companies in the Southeast Asia region like us to expand our sourcing network. Apart from business deals, we managed to acquire more information about the market across the region as well”, said Gian Adhitya, Junior Manager of DEPEARL, Indonesia.

“The fair is compact which enables us to focus and find suitable jewellery suppliers we want easily”, said Weerawat Woramakakun, business owner of PRAKAIPETCH, Thailand.

The Singapore Jewellery Design Award was presented to five young jewellery designers at the opening ceremony on 23 October, 2014 to recognise their talent and creativity. These young talents were also given the opportunity to showcase their winning designs at the booth of Singapore Jewellers Association alongside many leading jewellers at the fair.

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