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Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Shenzhen Jewelry Fair To Open April 20


The 13th edition of the China International Gold, Jewellery & Gem Fair – Shenzhen, the jewelry trade event for Southern China, will be held April 20 to 22 at the Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center. 

The Shenzhen Fair, which occupies 22,000 square meters of exhibition space, brings together more than 380 exhibitors from 12 countries and regions, including Germany, mainland China, Dubai, Thailand, the United States, as well as Hong Kong and Taiwan. They will display jewelry, raw materials, and tools and equipment.

The Shenzhen Fair is timed for jewelers needing to replenish stock after a number of festivals and holidays. The dates for the fair over the past few years have been dependent on the Chinese New Year dates. But beginning this year, fair organizer UBM Asia will hold the event every April to enable buyers and exhibitors to plan in advance.


Participating jewelry companies include CHQ GmbH Fancy Gem House, KGE Rough & Gems HK Co Ltd, S. T. Trading STS Gems Ltd, Sunny Gem Co, Fai Dee Gems Co Ltd, Zhejiang Angeperle Co Ltd, Fai Po Group, Shanghai Kimberlite Diamond Co Ltd, Colorful Gems Ltd Divine Star (HK) Ltd, Rio Pearl, Shenzhen Himens Jewellery & Gold Co Ltd, and Vetorisn Jewellery Co Ltd.

As part of the Shenzhen Fair, Jewellery News Asia, the largest jewelry trade magazine in Asia, is presenting its second annual China Jewellery Market Summit, April 21 at 2:30 p.m. with its magazine. The Summit is divided into two main parts: 2015 New Products Launch - Jewellery Parade, and a dialogue with China jewelry brands and retailers.

This year, the Shenzhen Fair presents specialized pavilions to global buyers, including the China Gold Association Pavilion, the Baolin Pavilion, the Korea Pavilion and the Designer Pavilion.

The fair is open to jewelry trade buyers and the public.

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