Meet 23 German companies
22 – 25 June 2017
Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre
Hong Kong, P.R. China
Welcome to the presentation of the Federal Republic of Germany
"Made in Germany", originally a mark of origin, is known worldwide as a Symbol of German quality.
This applies to most products and especially to jewellery, silverware and gemstones from Germany.
Quality in our sector is based on extensive education, a high level of technology and many years of experience. That is why German jewellery and silverware is valued so highly in over 160 export markets around the world. Although the main export markets are located in Europe, in which about 70% of the business is carried out the German jewellery and silverware industry has increasingly turned to the Far East countries in recent years and especially to Hong Kong as the gateway to the Asian market.
Since its very start the Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair has increasingly attracted buyers from the surrounding countries. The fair is therefore an excellent forum for German companies to establish contacts with customers from the entire region. German companies have been presenting jewellery and related products at the Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair since the shows first opening. With this, they belong to the largest participants in the fair among the foreign exhibitors, also reflecting on the importance of Germany as Europe's second largest producer.
With its almost approximately 550 manufacturers, the German jewellery and silverware industry is able to boast a predominant number of middle-sized businesses. The centre of the German jewellery industry is situated in Pforzheim on the outskirts of the Black Forest, where approx. 70% of German jewellery is produced. The companies in Pforzheim make great efforts every year to coordinate their collections to the taste of the individual sales regions abroad. This is undoubtedly the main reason why this industrial sector has been so successful in assuming a leading position and maintaining this position until the present day.
In addition to the jewellery centre of Pforzheim there is the gemstone cutting centre of Idar-Oberstein. This international trading place has its origin in the rough stones that were once mined there.
Today the term "Idar-cut" stands all over the world for superior cutting, innovative gem design and distinguished qualities. In a field of strong international competition Idar-Oberstein has been able to maintain its place as one of the top gem centres of the world.
On behalf of all German exhibitors, the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi), the AUMA_Association of the German Trade Fair Industry as well the Federal Association of the Precious Stone and Diamond Industry and the German Association of Jewellery, Watches, Clocks, Silverware and related Industries e.V. wish everyone a pleasant stay and a successful visit and all participants good luck and success.
Booth number: 5E607
Günther Weinz GmbH
Beryll, Rubelite & green Tourmaline necklace with Aquamarine rings
Booth number: 5E610
Wild & Petsch GmbH
African Paraiba Tourmaline
Booth number: 5E617
Groh + Ripp OHG
Paraiba tourmaline pear shape
Booth number: 5E609
Karl Faller e.K.
Booth number: 5E620
Carl Friedrich Arnoldi GmbH
Booth number: 5E701
The Brand: “NEO HAUTE GEMMES”
Our collection "Neo Haute Gemmes" consist high end gemstones & layouts polished by german top cutter's in Idar-Oberstein, Germany, also it includes white and natural colour diamonds in rare sizes, the collection is sold through selected agents, jewellers and wholesalers in hongkong and china... | Further reading
Sales Office´s & Agent´s
Vikar Ahmed sales office's are open in Hong Kong and China Mainland, Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Beijing, Shanghai, a sales Team of 5 People is taking care of our overseas costumers, for more information, please contact us. | Further reading
Pantone Color of the Year 2017
Pantone Colour of the Year 2017 "grennery" and "niagara" - we will bring some nice green tourmalines and peridots - from mint green to intense green color - "create todays fashion". | Further reading