The ‘Taiwan Jewellery & Gem Fair 2018′ will be held on November 2nd-5th at Taipei World Trade Center, Hall 1. UBM Taiwan has teamed up with Taiwan Jewelry Industry Association and Taipei Jewelers’ Association to facilitate a B2B platform showcasing cutting-edge trends in the jewellery Industry. The grand 4-day exhibition attracted exhibitors from 11 countries, including Australia, mainland China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Myanmar, Poland, Switzerland, Thailand, USA and more.
“The jewellery industry is inclined to buyer market this year, this has therefore become more competitive for upstream companies. The show highlights high jewellery, brand designers and bridal jewellery with a combination of quality, price, and function — targeting mainstream consumers. We aim to provide an ideal platform to expand visitor portfolio and help exhibitors discover potential business,” stated Ms. Sabine Liu, General Manager of UBM Taiwan.
Glamour Fine Jewelry, renowned for its innovative creativity and rigorous craftsmanship in the fine jewelry league, will be showcasing a 6.00-carat fancy light pink diamond ring with clarity grade of VS1. The exquisite piece is believed to be a smart investment before the closure of Argyle Mine in 2020. Outstripping the coveted pink gives a stunning IF clarity, 15.00-carat fancy vivid yellow diamond ring; which simultaneously shares the limelight at the show. “Jewellery investment will never go out of fashion. We are excited and eagerly looking forward to meeting new clients this year,” highlighted Glamour Fine Jewelry.
Harry Lu, a newly-rised chic jewellery designer, who served in IT industry up to 20 years started jewellery design after his retirement in 2015. Inspired by his family members and daily life, Harry writes poetry with jewellery design. Behind each of Harry Lu’s opulent pieces tell a heart-warming story. His cat collection, titled ‘Refined’, is an intricate blend of diamonds, sapphires, Tsavorite and moonstones; while ‘Glamour’, is bejewelled with ruby, black diamonds, diamond, tourmaline, Tsavorite and spinel. A series of Lifestyle Collection, such as ‘Innocence,’ ‘Heart of Forest’ and ‘Starry Sky’ will be introduced in his debut at the trade show.
A bridal jeweller, Marry Gold, features gold and diamond accessories, will present a variety of sets this year. The floral-themed ‘Rose Story’ displays the vivid petal figures and delicate lifelike stems and leaves. The brilliant artwork reveals remarkable craftsmanship of Marry Gold with its cleverly carved gold skills. This set is perfectly wearable for all kinds of skin colours and shows elegance and brightness at the wedding.
The ‘Taiwan Jewellery & Gem Fair 2018’ will kick off on 2 November and conclude on 5 November which coincides with a series of thematic seminars. For visiting or exhibiting, please visit www.taiwanjewelleryfair.com