The 14th China International Gold, Jewellery & Gem Fair – Shenzhen opened Wednesday at the Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center with more than over 300 exhibitors from 13 countries.
The trade fair, which runs till Friday, is scheduled to allow buyers to restock on inventory following a number of festivals, according to UBM Asia, which owns and operates the show.
“The Fair offers jewelry trade buyers a timely opportunity to source from quality local and overseas exhibitors,” said Joe Ho, Fair manager, China – Jewellery Fairs of UBM Asia.
For the first time the Antwerp World Diamond Centre has its own pavilion, which houses about 10 diamond suppliers from Belgium. Other specialty areas include the Korea Pavilion, Taiwan Pavilion, China Gold Association Pavilion, Baolin Pavilion and Liyang Pavilion.
Ho added that the fair includes the “China Jewellery Market Summit,” which will help the country’s jewelry market navigate through a tough economy.
“In addition, seminars covering hot topics will discuss how lab-grown diamonds impact the industry; the development of the colored gemstone market; and amber jewelry,” Ho said.
For details of the special events, visit the fair website.
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