3 June 2019
Sourcing opportunities abound at the June Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair, which will feature an expansive selection of refined gems and fine jewellery pieces.
A B2B show designed for purposeful sourcing, the June Fair is once again anticipated to deliver an experiential opportunity to buyers searching for an extensive range of collections, from the latest in affordable jewellery styles to big-ticket items embellished with gem-quality stones. Featuring over 1,900 exhibitors, the fair is scheduled for June 20 to 23 at the Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre (HKCEC).
“Across 21 theme and 18 group pavilions, buyers can expect to find everything from aspirational and entry-level luxury lines to fine jewellery collections,” says Celine Lau, director for Jewellery Fairs at Informa Markets. “This show brings together the jewellery and gemstone industry in its entire breadth and depth, making it the ideal sourcing destination for wholesalers, retailers and distributors, among others.”
Gleam Gems & Jewelry Ltd is aiming to inspire and delight designers, retailers and jewellery manufacturers with its rich offering of Arizona turquoise from the Sleeping Beauty mine in the US. “We provide all kinds of cuts and products such as round bead strands from 2mm to 20mm, and pear, oval, drop and round cabochons,” the Hong Kong-based gemstone dealer said. Gleam Gems also offers custom gemstone-cutting and jewellery-making services.
Specialising in opals in the last four decades, Peershine Jewellery (HK) Ltd is powered by designers who create jewellery lines made up of around 3,000 pieces each season.
At the June Fair, the company will reveal its inventory of finished opal jewellery in platinum, 14- and 18-karat gold, and silver. Loose black, crystal, doublet, triplet and fire opals will also be available. Peershine hopes to meet with wholesalers and retailers from Asia, Europe, the US and other markets at the show.
Kataoka Shoten Co Ltd of Japan is hoping to entice buyers with its selection of emerald, ruby, sapphire, jadeite and other coloured gemstone jewellery pieces at the fair. “We will be presenting rings, necklaces, pendants, bracelets and brooches, which are all made in Japan,” the jeweller says. “Most of our goods are sourced from Japanese auctions. Hence, our prices are very attractive to buyers.”
The company said it hopes to build new business contacts, especially with buyers from China, Southeast Asia and North America.
Seibido Pearl will offer a wide selection of fine Tahitian, and white and golden South Sea pearls. The company offers Tahitian pearls in iridescent peacock colours, with green and red overtones, and excellent lustre. All of its cultured pearls come in a wide range of natural colours, and are available loose or as finished jewellery, the dealer says.
Able Jewelry Mfg Ltd of Hong Kong is presenting contemporary jewellery collections in 9- to 18-karat gold settings with diamonds, coloured gemstones, pearls and created stones. Recognised as one of Hong Kong’s major jewellery manufacturers and exporters, the company counts department stores, retail chains and wholesalers in Europe, the US, Southeast Asia, Australia, Russia, the Middle East and China among its clients.
Shenzhen-based Beyaly Jewelry Co Ltd is carving out its niche in the custom jewellery space, thanks to its creative and experienced design team, and advanced manufacturing techniques. “In the past five years, with the increasing demand for individuality, we have become more deeply committed into providing meticulous and differentiated customisation services,” shared the company. To date, Beyaly has more than 300 B2B customers, mainly in Europe and the US.
At the June Fair, the company will launch its 925 sterling silver jewellery collections with a rhodium- or gold-plating finish. The items are nickel-free, it adds.
The rainbow-like lustre of natural sea shells and the charm of mabe pearls are the stars of Hong Kong-based Tai Chung Jewellery’s eye-catching jewellery lines. In the hands of its experienced craftsmen, mother-of-pearl, abalone, cowrie and other shells are transformed into chic ornaments.