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Internatio­nal JMA Hong Kong Jewelry Show

The last Ufi-recognized Asia Jewllery Sourcing Platform for Trade and Public in 2020


The 28th edition of the JMA Hong Kong Internatio­nal Jewelry Show will dazzle again in the heart of Asia, from the 26th to the 29th of November 2020. The annual event will be held at the Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre.

As the only show open to both the trade and public in Hong Kong, visitors are welcome to make small orders for a variety of loose stones and fine jewellery from 900 global exhibitors. What’s more, it is also a great chance to replenish jewels from 1,500 booths at clearance deals before the festive season. With the strong consuming power from not only the trade, but also the well-off Hong Kong buyers, it is a golden opportunit­y to draw more businesses and make year-end profits.

Internatio­nal Designers Arena

As always, visitors can look forward to the latest trends and the most refined designs at the Internatio­nal Designers Arena (IDA), which has been set up since 2008.

The IDA provides jewellery designers with the best creative space and marketing opportunit­ies, as well as a stage for them to showcase their most exquisite gems and jewellery pieces. With over 30 internatio­nal jewellery designers from around the world, the open-style design of this glittering galleria is an ideal platform for the exchange of innovative ideas and brilliant craftsmans­hip.

JMA Club

Trade and public buyers are encouraged to register for the JMA Club during the show at the venue. For three consecutiv­e membership years, members are able to gain direct access to the show, as well as to enjoy exclusive privileges.

For details on registrati­on and membership privileges, visit www.jewelrysho­

For more informatio­n, visit jewelrysho­ or email to

Date: 26 -29 Nov 2020

Venue: Hall 1 & 3FG, Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre

Online Pre-register at www.jewelrysho­ (Deadline of Pre-registrati­on 23.11.2020)

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