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Thai manufacturer Miki Siamese International Co Ltd is presenting on-trend silver jewellery collections. These include a line of silver jewellery with ceramic accents that are priced from US$8 per piece at wholesale; a collection of coin jewellery with rhodium, yellow or rose gold plating, costing from US$15 up; and men’s jewellery pieces with price tags from US$20. The company is looking forward to touching base with buyers from all markets at the September Hong Kong Fair.
The wondrous TRI CAB Collection is headlining VDA Jewellery Ltd’s presence at the September Hong Kong Fair. The collection features simple yet elegant 14-karat and 18-karat gold jewellery embellished with spinels and diamonds. Prices range from US$27 to US$40.
The KGK Group is impressing professional trade buyers at the September Hong Kong Fair with its spectacular array of precious gems and jewellery, brought together by exceptional craftsmanship and expertise exceeding a century.
A diversified selection of fine jewellery awaits buyers at the booth of A Best E Jewelry Co Ltd. These include black Tahitian pearl jewellery in 18-karat gold, coloured gemstone jewellery sets, and trendy jewellery pieces. The company is also presenting collections featuring its new invisible setting.
Timax Jewelry Ltd is showcasing its expanded portfolio of silver and stainless steel jewellery. Its line of bead jewellery has been enhanced with new bracelets, bangles, necklaces, chokers and charms to enable different combinations. Noteworthy additions include silver beads, dangling charms and glass beads with especially creative designs, the Hong Kong-based manufacturer said.
US-based I. B. Goodman Manufacturing Co Inc is presenting its new designs of men’s rings at the September Hong Kong Fair. These are available in 10-karat, 14-karat or 18-karat gold with various qualities of diamonds to fit the needs of different markets.
The Gem and Jewelry Institute of Thailand (Public Organization) or GIT provides a wide range of services to support the Thai gem and jewellery industry. These include gem and jewellery testing, training courses and the dissemination of pertinent research and market information through various channels. The institute is making its presence felt at the September Hong Kong Fair with a host of initiatives.
Renowned for its top-quality jadeite jewels, Chia Ta Jewellery Co Ltd has been in the business of high-end jewellery for more than three decades. Its owner, Yu Chung-ta, is extremely experienced and adept at weathering the storms brought about by market shifts and economic turmoil.
Karp Jewellery is dazzling professional trade buyers at the September Hong Kong Fair with its wide selection of diamond jewellery. This year, it is placing the focus on basic diamond jewellery pieces with illusion setting. Bridal and necklace sets are also front and centre at the Hong Kong-based jewellery manufacturer’s booth.