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Anticipation is building for the Jewellery and Gem Asia Hong Kong (JGA) trade show, scheduled to begin on 22 June. Photo: Canton Fair
Anticipation is building for the Jewellery and Gem Asia Hong Kong (JGA) trade show, scheduled to begin on 22 June. Photo: Canton Fair

Fair organisers predict Hong Kong show will be one to remember

Anticipation is building for the Jewellery and Gem Asia Hong Kong (JGA) trade show, scheduled to begin on 22 June.


“To many of our loyal show attendees, revisiting JGA might feel like a homecoming.”
Celine Lau, Jewellery fairs for Informa Markets

The four-day show, which hasn’t occurred since 2019 due to the COVID pandemic, will be hosted at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC). 

The Hong Kong Government recently ended its mask mandate and removed the final major restriction imposed during the pandemic. 

Celine Lau, director of jewellery fairs for Informa Markets, said this is an event many years in the making.

“To many of our loyal show attendees, revisiting JGA might feel like a homecoming,” she said.

“We are all looking forward to making up for all that was missed in the last three years – the thrill of product discovery, the joy of networking and the excitement of being a part of one of our community’s biggest gatherings in Hong Kong since the pandemic.”

JGA will be headlined by thousands of ranges of jewellery including diamonds, colour gemstones and pearls, among others. There will also be sections dedicated to equipment, packaging, and technology.

“JGA has always been known for its rich and diverse selection of finished jewellery, and as a sourcing destination for precious materials,” Lau added.

“Professional buyers will be delighted to learn that our signature pavilions will be back as well.”

Following JGA, Informa Markets will host Jewellery and Gem World Hong Kong in September.

Celebrating it’s 40th anniversary, the show will open at Hong Kong’s AsiaWorld-Expo from 18-22 September, while the trading will continue at HKCEC from 20-24 September.

In September of the past year, Informa Markets hosted Jewellery and Gem World Singapore, a one-off event that attracted nearly 1,000 exhibitors.

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