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JGW Singapore Show from 16 th Sep.

Singapore: New-to-market jewellery collections featuring gemstones prized for their
spectacular colours are guaranteed to bring a burst of shine and vibrance to Jewellery &
Gem WORLD Singapore (JGW Singapore) this September.
Presenting products across the entire jewellery value chain from 27 to 30 September at the
Singapore EXPO, Asia’s biggest B2B jewellery sourcing destination of the year offers a first
look at one of its most popular product categories – everyday and statement jewellery set
with rubies, sapphires, emeralds, tourmalines, opals, jadeite jade and other coloured
gemstones of the most extraordinary hues.
“JGW, previously known as the September Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair, is renowned
for bringing together the world’s best jewellers and suppliers specialising in coloured
gemstones,” said David Bondi, Senior Vice President of Informa Markets in Asia. “This is the
B2B sourcing event where buyers can truly appreciate – in person – the creativity and
craftsmanship required to show off the beauty of these precious materials to perfection.”
Reuniting international trade buyers with about 1,000 exhibitors from 30+ countries and
regions, the iconic show is temporarily moving from Hong Kong to Singapore to make the
venue more accessible to industry professionals eager for face-to-face networking.
Singapore allows fully vaccinated visitors to enter the country without pre-departure tests,
on-arrival tests and quarantine whereas Hong Kong still imposes mandatory quarantine, and
pre- and on-arrival tests for incoming travellers.
Prior to the Singapore show, a special-edition Hong Kong fair will deliver tailored sourcing
experiences to local trade buyers and jewellery lovers from 16 to 19 September. The full-
scale version of JGW will return to Hong Kong in September 2023.
Visitor registration for JGW Singapore is now open.

Mines to Market
Prashant Rathod


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