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Celebrating the anniversary of brilliance at the Twin Jewellery Shows

By Localiiz Branded | 19 February 2024

Header image courtesy of HKTDC

Two of Hong Kong’s world-class jewellery and precious stones shows are celebrating significant milestones this year! Presented by Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC), the Hong Kong International Jewellery Show is celebrating its fortieth edition, while the Diamond, Gem, and Pearl Show is ringing in its tenth. Under the theme “Be Part of the Splendid Legacy,” these twin shows promise buyers and traders an ensemble of dazzling displays, with over 4,000 exhibitions from more than 40 countries and regions participating. Here’s what you can expect. 

Photo: HKTDC

Curated collections of dazzling pieces

Taking place from 29 February to 4 March at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC), the International Jewellery Show will host a variety of industry elites, coming from all around the world for the occasion. Visitors can browse themed zones showcasing elegant classics, sought-after masterpieces, and innovative creations.

To allow visitors to delve deeper into the intricate craft of jewellery making, the event will feature seminars, parades, and networking sessions with leading figures in the industry. Themed zones include the Hall of Extraordinary, Hall of Fame, and Designer Galleria.

The Hall of Extraordinary gathers the best of the best in jewellery. Presenting luxury pieces, each collection features stunning diamonds and precious stones such as jade and pearls in tandem with fine craftsmanship. Visitors can expect displays from more than 11 countries and regions, including local masterpieces.

The Hall of Fame lines up a number of pavilions showcasing leading international brands, including Italian jeweller Giorgio Visconti, local fine sterling silver jewellery house Cheté, and Chinese jewellery house Lao Feng Xiang.

Meanwhile, the Designer Galleria is set to showcase the private collections of famed designers, each containing captivating and dazzling pieces. With contributing exhibitors from over nine countries and regions across the world, visitors can expect a diverse showcase to enrapture the senses. Register here.

Photo: HKTDC

Precious stones galore

Taking place from 27 February to 2 March at AsiaWorld-Expo, the International Diamond, Gem, and Pearl Show is your one-stop fair for precious stones and refined gems in the city. Visitors can expect to see the finest stones, as well as plenty of unrefined materials central to jewellery making, all sourced from different corners of the world. With self-explanatory appellations, visitors can browse themed zones, including the Hall of Fine Diamond, Treasures of Nature, and Treasures of Ocean.

The exhibits will be accompanied by jewellery parades, seminars, bespoke forums for buyers, and networking events, where industry leaders and market experts can meet and share ideas on the latest trends in the trade. Register here.

Photo: HKTDC

Hassle-free entry

To attend either or both shows and benefit from a seamless experience, download the HKTDC Marketplace App, which will make your visit more enjoyable. With a registration feature and e-badge, you can get straight to jewellery- and gem-shopping without having to wait in line for tickets and entry! All you need to do to register is upload a photo of yourself and your travel document details on the app, and you’re good to go! Your verified e-badge ensures a smooth experience.

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Visit online, anytime, anywhere

If you can’t physically make it to the twin jewellery shows, HKTDC has got you covered so you don’t have to miss out! Check out Click2Match, HKTDC’s unique AI-enabled online matching platform that lets interested buyers and viewers visit both jewellery fairs online. Click2Match will run from 20 February to 11 March to make sure you’ll have plenty of time to browse the collections and find the perfect piece of jewellery.

The 2024 HKTDC Hong Kong International Jewellery Show

When: 29 February–4 March

Where: Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, 1 Expo Drive, Wan Chai

The 2024 HKTDC Hong Kong International Diamond, Gem, and Pearl Show

When: 27 February–2 March

Where: AsiaWorld-Expo, 1 Airport Expo Boulevard, Chek Lap Kok

Hong Kong Trade Development Council

The Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) is a statutory body established in 1966 to promote, assist, and develop Hong Kong’s trade. It organises international exhibitions, conferences, and business missions to create business opportunities for companies, particularly small and medium-sized enterprises, in the mainland and international markets. The HKTDC also provides up-to-date market insights and product information via research reports and digital news channels.