Clockwise, from left: Paraiba tourmaline, rubellite, morganite and tanzanite from RMC Gems
Pink morganites from RMC Gems
A pair of morganites from Blue Gems Supplier
Paraiba tourmaline from Blue Gems Supplier
Opal earrings in 18-karat gold by Opal House Ltd
Natural Australian opals from Opal House Ltd
Exhibitors are aiming to catch the fancy of buyers at Jewellery & Gem ASIA Hong Kong (JGA) 2021 with an enchanting assortment of coloured gemstones in scintillating hues, including tourmalines, morganites, tanzanite stones and opals, to name a few.
Coloured gemstone specialist RMC Gems offers a broad range of goods, led by Paraiba tourmaline, aquamarine, morganite, spinel, topaz and tourmaline in various colours. A major player in the international gemstone sector, the virtually integrated company is capable of supplying stones in all shapes and sizes, and customised cuts.
Paraiba tourmalines and morganites are also taking pride of place at Blue Gems Supplier’s booth. Established in 1985, the company has an extensive portfolio of coloured gemstones as well as finished jewellery products.
At the JGA 2021, Blue Gems Supplier is shining the spotlight on Paraiba tourmalines from Mozambique, which exhibit stunning electric blue colours, particularly a necklace layout that perfectly highlights the beauty of the stones.
A sparkling collection of calibrated and non-calibrated gems in various shapes and sizes meanwhile headlines Emergreen Exports’ product offerings at JGA 2021.
The gemstone trader, which began its roots in India the 1950s before registering the business in Hong Kong in 1976, cuts, trades and markets a wide array of gems, including emeralds, rubies and sapphires as well as unconventional goods like alexandrite, rubellite, kunzite, moonstone and iolite, to name a few.
Opal House Ltd for its part is aiming to attract buyers with its impressive selection of Australian opals. Founded in 1969, the company has built a solid reputation in the opal trade as a supplier of top-quality gems. At the fair, Opal House is offering different varieties of opals in various colours, shapes and sizes.