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for Fine Jewellery
Visionary Pursuits in the World of
Exquisite Jewellery Design

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Beyond timeless elegance and opulent beauty, the HKTDC Hong Kong International Jewellery Show is also a festival of creativity and boundless talent. Turning precious raw materials into singular works of art, exceptional designers channel their vision and aesthetic sensibilities into scintillating pieces that capture the imagination. Explore a world of glamour and prestige with visionary masterpieces from across the globe at this incomparable industry event.

ARTRIUM (Hall 3E entrance)

Curated by Chow Tai Fook Jewellery Group, ARTRIUM is an exclusive private showroom that makes its stunning debut at the Jewellery Show this year. Discover a world of prestigious concepts from elite curators, and take in a preview item of ARTRIUM’s Fantastical Creatures collection – Fantasia, a unique unicorn display at the entrance of Hall 3E. The unicorn is beyond an art piece, it is a symbol of power, beauty and myth that inspires the rest of the collection.

Material: Fire Opal, Diamonds, 24K Yellow Gold, 18K White Gold, Petrified Wood

Deep within the forest, a glimmer of fiery light reveals Fantasia, the muse for ARTRIUM’s Fantastical Creatures collection. Perched atop a petrified wood base, this one-of-a-kind unicorn features brushed textures like tangled silk in 24-carat gold, and a strong chiselled profile. At the crown, a naturally-formed 106.94-carat Mexican fire opal glistens with iridescent colours and dozens of white diamonds. With its dramatic stature, Fantasia becomes a symbol of power, beauty and myth, inspiring a whole new world of imaginary creatures.

Hong Kong Jewellery Design Competition

Now in its 20th edition, the Hong Kong Jewellery Design Competition recognises local designs of superb craftsmanship and creativity. Organised by the HKTDC, the Hong Kong Jewellers’ & Goldsmiths’ Association, the Hong Kong Jewellery & Jade Manufacturers Association, the Hong Kong Jewelry Manufacturers’ Association and the Diamond Federation of Hong Kong, China Ltd, the competition embraces the theme of “Be Connected, Be United” this year. Contestants used the Belt and Road initiative and the launch of the Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Express Rail Link as inspiration, channelling collaborative cultural exchange and infrastructural concepts into their distinguished jewellery pieces.

A total of 197 entries were assessed and the winners were announced at a press conference. The winning creations are being showcased at Hall 1D Concourse.
Open Group
Best of Show Award and Craftsmanship & Technology Award
Best of Show Award
Best of Show Award

We are ONE
Designer: Li Jane Hue Ling
Sponsor: Universal Jewellery Co. Ltd.
Designer: Ko Wing Yu
Sponsor: ISE Jewellery
Designer: Chu Wai On
Sponsor: Luk Fook Holdings (International) Limited)

Student Group
1st Runner Up
2nd Runner Up

Silk Road
Designer: Gao Shan Shan Cris
School: School of Continuing Education, Hong Kong Baptist University
Designer: Lam Yuet Wan
School: School for Higher and Professional Education (SHAPE)
Designer: Yeung Ling
School: School for Higher and Professional Education (DILWL)

Words from the Judges
“I am honoured to be one of the judges for the Hong Kong Jewellery Design Competition for the second time. I fully support the competition because it encourages original designs. This year’s competition received close to 200 entries in the Open Group and Student Group. During the first round of judging, I was highly impressed by the quality of drawings submitted by the contestants. More than 20 finalists presented their designs in finished products which truly reflect the theme ‘Be Connected, Be United’ at the second round of judging. The winning designs demonstrate boundless creativity, fine craftsmanship and high aesthetic value. One of the impressive winning designs is ‘Enjoy’, featuring miniatures of Chinese and western tableware, which showcases impeccable craftsmanship and signifies how sincere cooperation can help to create a win-win situation.”
Victor Yiu, Director, Brilliant Trading Company (1974) Ltd., Hong Kong

“This is my first time being one of the judges for the Hong Kong Jewellery Design Competition. The competition helps to develop young design talent. It also provides an ideal platform for students and designers to exude their creativity and get their designs promoted across the community. I am happy to see that the quality of this year’s entries is very high. Contestants have used different ideas to interpret the theme ‘Be Connected, Be United’ in their designs which turn out to be very creative. I like the brooch called ‘We are ONE’, which features the elegance of movements of fishes. This winning design is the perfect blend of creativity and craftsmanship.”
Sam Chan, Founder & Director, A Rocking Production, Hong Kong

Parade Series: “Designer Galleria”

Pendant Progenitor
Cadeaux Ginkgo AG
Booth: CEC 1A-A01
Chun-Ting Chang Jewellery
Booth: CEC 1A-A06
Glitter & Eva Stone
Booth: CEC 1CON-056

The Dancing of Butterfly
Harry Lu Jewelry
Booth: CEC 1A-A16
Diamonds Pave Mobius Gold Ring
Hella Ganor
Booth: CEC 1A-A14
Hi-Tech Jewelry Manufacturer Limited
Booth: CEC 1A-A08

Hugo Jewelry Co., Ltd.
Booth: CEC 1A-A05
Emerald Shell
Hunan Xindin Business Management Co. Ltd.
Booth: CEC 1A-A10
Dreaming Knot
Booth: CEC 1A-A12

Face Ring
Jurio Design Studio
Booth: CEC 1CON-027
London Show Design Co., Ltd
Booth: CEC 1A-A09
Macabi Diamond Rings Pty Ltd
Booth: CEC 1A-A13

Wings Pearl Earrings
Sarah Zhuang Jewellery Limited
Booth: CEC 1CON-010A
Yu Ling Long Co.
Booth: CEC 1A-A07
Booth: CEC 1A-A03

Global Perspectives of Internationalisation of Fei Cui Standard: The Latest Progress, Values and Implications

Welcome Address
Eddie Fan, Chairman, The Gemmological Association of Hong Kong
Opening Speech
Liang Zhenjie, Deputy Director, National Gemstone Testing Center
Global Perspectives of Internationalisation of Fei Cui Standard : An Overview and Progression
Dr Gaetano Cavalieri, President, The World Jewellery Confederation (CIBJO)
Global Perspectives of Internationalisation of Fei Cui Standard : Key Considerations of Major Stakeholders of Jewellery Retailing Industry and Voice of Certificate-Users
Kent Wong, Chairman, Hong Kong Jewellers' & Goldsmiths' Association; GAHK Fei Cui Standard Project Industry Advisor

Panel Discussion: Global Perspectives of Internationalisation of Fei Cui Standard: Expert Viewpoints
Panelists include (from left) Horace Leung, Consultant, Smart Manufacturing & Material Division, Hong Kong Productivity Council; GAHK Fei Cui Standard Project Working Team Member; Dr Yang Lixin, Director of Standardization Office, National Gemstone Testing Center; Prof Mimi Ouyang, Chief Academic Advisor and CPD Trainer of GAHK Fei Cui Standard Project , GAHK Chairlady (2013-15); Dr Michael S. Krzemnicki, Director, Swiss Gemmological Institute SSEF, Switzerland; Dr Edward Liu, Secretary, The Gemmological Association of Hong Kong; GAHK Fei Cui Standard Project Working Team Member (Specialist); Panel discussion moderated by Johnson Li, Director of Certification & Label Scheme, GAHK

“Hong Kong Fei Cui Design Biennial Contest” Launch Ceremony

Moment of Champagne

Parade Series: “Hall of Extraordinary”

Jadeite Pendant - Designer Piece
Mason Tsai Jewelry Corporation Limited
Booth: CEC GH-A18
GIA Blue & Pink Diamond Earrings
Marvel Collections Ltd
Booth: CEC GH-B14
Srilanka Sapphire Jewellery Set
J. R. Diamond International Limited
Booth: CEC GH-G04

La Fleur de Trianon
Boehmer et Bassenge
Booth: CEC GH-A11
Emerald & Diamond "Tie" Set
Bijan & Co. Inc.
Booth: CEC GH-H05
18K White & Yellow Gold Gancy Brownish Yellow Diamond Ring
Continental Diamond
Booth: CEC GH-C07

Jadeite and Diamond Necklace
On Tung Company
Booth: CEC GH-C16
The Filigree Inlay Bracelet
Jiabao Pavilion Jewelry Haute Couture Co Ltd
Booth: CEC GH-E17
Studio Reves 18KT Gold, Rosecut Diamonds & Yellow Diamond Necklace & Earrings
Grand Lifestyles Pvt. Ltd
Booth: CEC GH-K01

Waiting for the Wind
Maison Guan Ltd
Booth: CEC GH-E18
Kashikey Coach Pearl Diamond Jewellery
Kashikey Co Ltd
Booth: CEC GH-E20
Starry Starry Nights Earrings
Kohinoor Jewellers
Booth: CEC GH-J04

Antique & Vintage Jewellery Galleria (Convention Hall)

Discover treasures from bygone eras that carry timeless history and everlasting grace.

Bernard Bouisset
Booth: CEC CH-F12
Bird Brooch
Dilegend Diamond Manufacturing
Booth: CEC CH-K05
Antique 18K Gold, Enamel, Diamonds Violin Brooch
Kingston Bay Gallery
Booth: CEC CH-P07

Wiese Neckless, Circa 1860 with Borman Saphis
Laurence Fayolle
Booth: CEC CH-E14
Emerald & Natural Pearls Necklace
Lueur Art LLC
Booth: CEC CH-F15
Divine Dragon
Marfil Tallada Perlas, S.L.
Booth: CEC CH-F09

Antique Diamond Tiara Necklace
Moira Fine Jewellery Limited
Booth: CEC CH-K02
Antique Eighteen Buddhist Prayer Beads Bracelet in Royal Style, Qing Dynasty
Titans Antique & Arts
Booth: CEC CH-E16
"Paniet Fieuri" Broche
Zebrak London Zebrak Monaco
Booth: CEC CH-D01

Sparkling Events and Programmes (3 March 2019@HKCEC)

Parade Series: “Designer Galleria”
Time: 11am – 11:30am
Venue: Hall 1B Concourse, HKCEC
Sapphires from Mogok, Myanmar: Observations from the Field and the Lab
Time: 11:30am – 12:30pm
Venue: Meeting Room S226-7, Level 2, HKCEC
Speakers: Wim Vertriest, Supervisor of Field Gemology, GIA Laboratory
Co-organiser: Gemological Institute of America GIA
Exhibitor Forum — Burmese Rubies: The Magic, the Gemology, and the Market
Time: 2pm – 5pm
Venue: Meeting Room S226-7, Level 2, HKCEC
Co-organiser: Guild Gem Laboratories
Peter Gao
Director of Guild Gem Laboratories (Shenzhen)
Z. Boyadjian
Founder and owner of GEMS ARE FOREVER INC.
Edward Boehm
Grandson of Edward J. Gübelin, a colored stone dealer and consultant, Founder and owner of RareSource
Andrew Lucas
Vice President of Guild Institute of Gemology, Chief Field Gemologist of Guild Gem Laboratories
Beer Moments @Avenue of Jewellery Creators
Time: 2:30pm – 3:30pm
Venue: Level 2 Mezzanine, HKCEC
Remarks: Singing performance will be held.
Parade Series: “Hall of Fame, Jade Jewellery and Group Pavilions”
Time: 3pm – 3:30pm
Venue: Mount Olympus, Hall 3E, HKCEC
Moment of Champagne
Time: 4pm – 5pm
Venue: The Agora, Hall 3B, HKCEC
Remarks: Violin performance will be held.

Hear What Buyers Say

“About 450 independent jewellery stores across Australia and New Zealand are members of the Nationwide Jewellers buying group. These stores are able to offer their customers exceptional quality and value due to the immense buying power of the Nationwide Jewellers group. This is the sixth time that National Jewellers has organised a buying delegation to visit the Hong Kong International Jewellery Show. We have led 20 stores to visit this year’s show. We have prepared in advance a list of suppliers which can offer us better prices, and our stores will check out their products. After consolidating the orders of our stores, we’ll contact the suppliers and place orders. Over the last two years, more stores want to come to the show because the MOQ is much lower. It is good for our stores to come here because they can find what they need and also know more about the global jewellery trends.”
Niven McArthur, Director – Merchandise & Marketing, Nationwide Jewellers, Australia

“Diamonds Direct operates 17 stores in the US, selling diamond jewellery, precious stone jewellery and loose diamonds. Currently, engagement rings and wedding bands represent 90% of our business and we have 5,000 different styles for customers to choose from. This is my first-time visit to the Hong Kong International Jewellery Show and the Hong Kong International Diamond, Gem & Pearl Show. I am looking for something different for our stores. The twin shows are overwhelming and amazing with lots of suppliers from different countries. Up till now, I have made 50 new contacts. I’ll consider doing business with three potential suppliers of diamond engagement rings and wedding bands and five potential suppliers of loose diamonds. I hope to develop long-term partnerships with them. Initially, I plan to buy US$10,000 worth of loose diamonds.”
Lou Verde, General Manager, Diamonds Direct, the United States

“Established in 1956, our company is a jewellery manufacturer, wholesaler and retailer in Canada. I started to visit the Hong Kong International Jewellery Show and the Hong Kong International Diamond, Gem & Pearl Show four to five years ago and our purchasing amount at the two shows has been increasing every year. At this year’s Jewellery Show, I have already placed orders for US$10,000 worth of jewellery displays from a Mainland China supplier and US$10,000 worth of jewellery boxes from a Hong Kong supplier. I am also interested in jewellery machinery suppliers. At the Diamond, Gem & Pearl Show, I bought US$60,000 worth of precious stones and pearls. I am happy to come to the two shows because the two shows form the world’s largest jewellery marketplace where I can meet with different suppliers and discover cheaper prices and quality products.”
Richard Perrier, Co-owner, Jules Perrier Artisan Inc, Canada

Hear What Exhibitors Say

“In business for almost 50 years, Kuwayama operates four factories, including one in Japan, two in Mainland China and one in Thailand. We mainly produce wedding bands, machine-made chains and fashion jewellery. Platinum and rose gold wedding bands are our best sellers in Hong Kong and Mainland China. We have been exhibiting at the Hong Kong International Jewellery Show for many years because it is a good place for us to find new customers and to show our new products to existing customers. At this year’s Jewellery Show, we have made new contacts with buyers from India, Mainland China, Southeast Asia and the US. Seven of our existing customers have placed onsite orders. So it is important for us to maintain our presence at this show.”
Mitch Yoshida, Deputy Chief General Manager, Sales Section, Kuwayama International Co., Ltd, Japan (Booth No.: CEC 3B-E08)

“Inspired by famous architecture in the world and the nature, I have 30 years of experience in designing and making 14K and 18K gold jewellery. I decided to exhibit at the Hong Kong International Jewellery Show for the first time because the show gathers buyers from all over the world and it provides a good opportunity for me to learn more about the Asian market. I have brought to the show my main collection – Netline. This collection includes earrings, necklaces, pendants and rings. Buyers like my designs because they are very contemporary and new. I have talked to new buyers from France, Japan, Mainland China, Malaysia, the Philippines and the UK. Buyers from Malaysia and the Philippines are very serious and I expect them to come back to place orders during the show period.”
Hella Ganor, Owner, Hella Ganor, Israel (Booth No.: CEC 1A-A14)

“WCJ launched its own brand – AQUEEN in 2012. Initially, we sold AQUEEN products to Mainland China only. We started to promote this brand to overseas buyers in 2017. We think that young people who like digital social media could be our customers, so we have added youthful elements to the three core series under the AQUEEN brand – Life, Love and Style. Our core series now target consumers aged from 20 to 50. The Hong Kong International Jewellery Show provides an important sales channel for us to grow our business. We have a new booth design at this year’s show to promote the new image of AQUEEN and showcase our new items. Buyers’ responses have been very positive about the new image. Buyers not only from Mainland China but also from the Middle East and Southeast Asia have made serious enquiries about our products. We have received onsite orders from both new and existing customers.”
Gladys Do, Director & COO, WCJ (Holdings) Co., Ltd., Hong Kong (Booth No.: CEC 1C-D02)

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Hong Kong is an important jewellery trading hub. The HKTDC Hong Kong International Jewellery Show proudly upholds the same high reputation. Buyers are warmly reminded that in this prestigious trade event, you should expect exhibitors to provide you with invoices/receipts clearly indicating exhibitor’s/seller’s full name and address as well as a detailed description of the goods sold, including but not limited to the date of purchase, quantity, price, fineness of the precious metal, carats of diamonds/gemstones, whether the stones are natural or synthetic, and/or any other written particulars as required under the Laws of Hong Kong, in order to comply with the law and avoid misunderstandings or disputes. Furthermore, exhibitors must ensure that all trade descriptions to be applied to the goods supplied or offered to supply are accurate, and that it must not omit, hide or provide material information in a manner that is unclear, unintelligible, ambiguous or untimely. In case of doubts on the quality of products purchased, buyers are recommended to make good use of the testing and certification services (paid services) offered by exhibiting testing laboratories located in “Testing, Inspection and Certification” zones in Hall 5B-C Concourse in Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. If you encounter any difficulties in this regard, please do not hesitate to contact the Organiser. We will be glad to assist.

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