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Mikimoto’s epic rise to prominence was largely due to founder Kokichi Mikimoto’s love for and devotion to pearls. Mikimoto strengthens its reputation as a symbol of quality and craftsmanship in the pearl jewellery sector with these lustrous pieces.
The ultra-feminine conch pearl has charmed traders and collectors alike for many years. In an era that celebrates individuality and rarity more than ever, these pink gems with porcelain-like lustre, continue to gain buyers’ undivided attention.
A world-leading marketplace for jewellery, gemstones, and industry-related design, manufacturing and retail solutions, the June Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair is offering its exceptional brand of sourcing experience to thousands of buyers starting from today.
Modern and innovative pearl jewellery design trends will be among the highlights of the 32nd June Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair, which is scheduled for June 20 to 23 at the Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre.
Basel, Switzerland – Organisers of premier watch and jewellery show Baselworld is laying out a massive plan to enhance future editions beginning 2020 through digitalisation; new events and sections; and hospitality initiatives, among others.
Pearls produced in Japan are known for their premium quality and distinguished image. With an ageing clientele however, Japanese pearl industry players are reaching out to younger consumers to ensure the long-term development of the country’s pearl jewellery sector.
Pearl jewellery manufacturers are actively modernising their designs to appeal to a wider range of clients, particularly the younger, technology-savvy generation of buyers who favours innovation and individuality.
The indubitable charisma of pearls transcends trends and generations. For centuries, these treasured gems from the sea have fascinated connoisseurs and traders alike, instilling an endearing pearl-loving culture in the global gemstone and jewellery sector.
A leading player in China’s pearl sector, Ruans Pearl (Holding) Co Ltd has been in the business for more than three decades. Creating a successful pearl brand however is only part of the company’s ambition – more importantly, it aims to change the market’s perception of pearls.
Fine, regal necklaces are gracing the display windows of luxury pearl jeweller Yoko London. These are part of the company’s Royal Wedding Collection, which takes inspiration from the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.