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JEWELRY: Ardor for Adornment

Katherine S. Cunanan
January 15, 2020        |

Bejewelled March

March of this year is set to be a very dazzling and glamorous month, courtesy of the two jewellery shows that will happen in bustling and beautiful Hong Kong.

The 7th edition of the HKTDC Hong Kong International Diamond, Gem & Pearl Show dedicated to raw jewellery materials will be held from 2-6 March 2020 at AsiaWorld-Expo, while the 37th edition of the HKTDC Hong Kong International Jewellery Show featuring finished fine jewellery will run from 4-8 March 2020 at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. The twin shows are set to welcome a total of over 4,600 exhibitors, forming the world’s largest jewellery marketplace. With a wide range of jewellery products from the globe, the shows attracted over 90,000 buyers from 141 countries and regions in 2019.

The Jewellery Show comprises several themed zones including top-tier jewellery collections at the Hall of Extraordinary, internationally renowned jewellery brands at the Hall of Fame, and innovative designer brands at Designer Galleria. Other enthralling theme zones include Antique & Vintage Jewellery Galleria discovering treasures from bygone eras; World of Glamour showcasing the haute craftsmanship of Hong Kong jewellers; the Hall of Time dedicated to luxury watches and timepieces; IT Solutions for Jewellery zone showing the latest technology and solutions for the jewellery industry.


The Diamond, Gem and Pearl Show specialises in jewellery raw materials including loose diamonds, gemstones and pearls. Three special zones include the Hall of Fine Diamonds, which gathers the world’s top diamond suppliers; Treasures of Nature, a zone that is dedicated to finest coloured gems; and Treasures of Ocean, which displays quality pearls.

The shows deliver an all-rounded programme of jewellery parades, seminars, buyer forums and networking events that bring trending market intelligence to industry players. In addition, the Hong Kong Jewellery Design Competition will be organised to honour local designs of superior craftsmanship and creativity from the Student Group and the Open Group. Designs of the winners and finalists will be on display during the show period.

The HKTDC will reschedule its HKTDC Hong Kong International Diamond, Gem & Pearl Show 2020 (originally scheduled for 2-6 March) and the HKTDC Hong Kong International Jewellery Show 2020 (originally scheduled for 4-8 March) to 18-21 May 2020. The twin shows will be concurrently held at the AsiaWorld-Expo.


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