Singapore International Jewelry Expo 2019
Singapore International Jewelry Expo 2019 makes its mark as the largest jewelry show in Singapore.
An impressive jewelry collection in excess of US$150 million by 230 exhibitors from 26 countries
The star of the show An impressive flawless round brilliant diamond, weighing a massive 27 carats, set as a ring; worth a whopping SGD$3 million.
Honoring jewelry designers and their creations The inaugural International Jewellery Stars (IJS) Awards at SIJE 2019 to celebrate the excellence of jewelry designers and their works of art
The successes recorded by the Singapore International Jewelry Expo (SIJE) over the years with the increasing number of visitors to the dazzling show are testaments to Singapore’s prominence as a jewelry meeting place for international jewelers and jewelry enthusiasts. The highly anticipated annual event will once again welcome visitors and jewelers from Singapore and around the world on 18 July for four days at the Expo & Convention Centre which is located at the ritzy Marina Bay Sands.
This year, visitors to the glitzy show will be feted with the presence of more than 230 exhibitors from 26 countries, making it the largest jewelry show in Singapore. SIJE 2019 will showcase collections of fine jewelry and precious gemstones worth more than USD$150 million.
In celebration of excellence in the artistic expression of jewelry design in Asia, the opening day of SIJE 2019 will host an awards presentation ceremony for winners of the inaugural International .
Jewellery Stars (IJS) Awards. Riding on the theme of ‘Fantasy’, the IJS Awards is held in recognition of jewelry designers and their creations and innovation across generations, markets, and cultures in the region.
At the SIJE 2019, one will find that there will always be something for everyone, whether if one has a budget of SGD$300 or SGD$3 million to indulge with. Visitors will also be regaled with splendid collections of baubles and bling presented by jewelry purveyors from the jewelry hubs of the world – covering the Australian, Asian, European, and the American continents.
According to a February 2019 report by Euromonitor International, the luxury jewelry scene is seeing steady growth. While Singapore’s overall retail economy has continued to witness slight ups and downs in retail sales in 2018, luxury jewelry has seen moderate current value growth. Luxury fine jewelry, which accounts for more than 95% of overall value sales of luxury jewelry, has grown on a par with overall retail economy growth. The social boom for statement jewelry is also increasing the demand for fashion jewelry. With Instagram being a key bible for OOTD (“outlook/outfit of the day”) and with photogenic bold jewelry often spotted on the platform, consumer interest and demand for fashion-oriented costume jewelry is soaring.
As Singapore’s largest jewelry show prepares to open its doors to welcome more than 15,000 visitors to a magnificent showcase of the finest glittering works of art and extraordinary gemstones from around the globe, visitors will also be treated to an exciting list of activities such as on-stage live auctions by HotLotz Auction House for jewelry, watched and other luxury goods; a stage fashion show by International Women’s Federation of Commerce & Industry (IWFCI) Singapore; daily purchase lucky draws; and a grand draw.
You and your camera crew are cordially invited to the opening ceremony on
Thursday, July 18, 2019, at 3.00pm sharp Marina Bay Sands Singapore Convention Centre Halls A & B Media Registration begins at 2.30pm.
The event will be opened by Guest of Honour, Dr. Lily Neo, Member of Parliament, Jalan Besar GRC.
You will be among the first to see the show highlights. Special arrangements for car parking have been made for members of the media attending the official opening. Please valet park your cars at the Casino’s valet entrance. For complimentary parking, please show a specially arranged voucher when you leave.
The show is organized by Conference and Exhibitions Management Services (CEMS).
Source: Conference & Exhibition Management Services Pte Ltd