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TAIPEI, April 27, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Taiwan serves as an ideal jumping board for access to the high-end consumer goods markets of Mainland China and the rest of Asia. For this reason, UBM Asia is organising the Taiwan Jewellery & Gem Fair from 15 – 18 November 2013 at the Taipei World Trade Centre to provide a perfect opportunity for the world’s jewellery companies to expand into Taiwan and Asia market.

Chii Lih Coral - Deep Sea Precious Red Coral Tree
Chii Lih Coral – Deep Sea Precious Red Coral Tree
Chen's Collection - Engraved Gold, Ruby, Diamond Bracelet
Chen’s Collection – Engraved Gold, Ruby, Diamond Bracelet
Chia Ta Jewellery - Precious Jadite diamond necklace imposing elegance, abundant with artistic culture, winning the collector’s heart.
Chia Ta Jewellery – Precious Jadite diamond necklace imposing elegance, abundant with artistic culture, winning the collector’s heart.
CHEERS - Kunzite 148.45ct Integrated with rare big sized, perfect color, superior brightness and clarity precious stone.
CHEERS – Kunzite 148.45ct Integrated with rare big sized, perfect color, superior brightness and clarity precious stone.

More than 160 companies from 14 countries and regions have already signed up for the Taiwan Jewellery & Gem Fair. They include Australia, Austria, Mainland China, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Israel, Italy, Japan, Singapore, Switzerland, Sri Lanka, Thailand and the USA. With UBM’s unparalleled experience in organising jewellery exhibitions in Asia, the Taiwan Jewellery & Gem Fair is guaranteed to become Taiwan’s most professional and international jewellery and gem buying event.Visitors to the fair will have lots to explore. Taiwan is famous for its coral and the fair will feature a rich line-up of companies dealing in coral, including Chii Lih Coral, the world’s biggest coral supplier, which will be showcasing an extensive collection ranging from delicately engraved corals to enormous coral trees.

Jade is another product that Taiwan is famous for. Chia Ta Jewellery & Gems is one of Taiwan’s leading superior jade and gem companies that specialises in Oriental Jadeite. It has earned the high respect of collectors around the world and will be exhibiting in the fair.

Chen’s Collection is Taiwan’s leading handwork gem creation firm. Its products are deemed as work of art by many enthusiastic jewellery lovers, and are also highly popular among celebrities in Taiwan.

Taiwan jewellery company CHEERS will be inviting guests to its unique fine jewellery palace to experience the beauty of their superior jewels collection.

Palais Royal Paris offers the biggest collection of royal antique jewellery, featuring pieces from Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Hermes, Boucheron and Bvlgari. The items in the company’s collection date from the 19th century to 1970, and include boutique jewellery, watches, cosmetic cases and antique collections. Palais Royal Paris will present its rare collections that are seldom seen in the market.

Ms. Wang Yue Yo, director of the Taiwan Creative Jewellery Designer Association, along with her elite designers Julia Peng, Daphne Tseng and Ling Wen Kang, will jointly showcase the genuine beauty of Oriental Jewellery at the Fair.

For further information about the Taiwan Jewellery & Gem Fair, please refer to the official website:

www.taiwanjewelleryfair.com
Or contact Ms. Rita Hung
UBM Asia, Taiwan Branch
Tel: +886-2-2738-3898
email: info-tw@ubm.com

Source: UBM Asia Ltd

Written by asiafreshnews

April 29, 2013 at 10:16 am

Posted in Fashion, Uncategorized

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