Hot! Singapore International Jewelry Expo 2015

The Singapore International Jewelry Expo (SIJE) 2015 is set to transform the Marina Bay Sands Convention Centre into a sea of glittery elegance with an amazing array of fine jewelry, gems and accessories. SIJE 2015 is held over four days from July 2 to 5, 2015, where it showcases the most exquisite range of jewelry and designs from around the world. The vibrancy and glittery of the show pieces are complemented by an exciting line-up of event highlights including a jewelry fashion show, networking sessions and jewelry appreciation talks over four days.

Backed by strong support from the international jewelry industry spanning the globe from United States to South Africa, from Europe to Australia and from Asia, the Singapore International Jewelry Expo brings together leading local and international jewelers, manufacturers and suppliers to showcase a truly spectacular trove of jewelry, gems and accessories to both members of the trade and the public.

Visitors to the show will also stand to win a large array of prizes worth more than S$200,000 in the daily lucky draws including a grand prize of a S$10,000 ruby and diamond pendant from luxe jeweler, DeGem. The pendant features 12 heart-shaped Burmese rubies totalling over 3.8cts. They are matched with glittering round diamonds to create a flattering floral pattern.

Mr Edward Liu, Group Managing Director, CEMS

This year, the show organizer has worked with its exhibitors to offer a special buy range of some of the most exquisite and affordable jewelry from jewelers from all over the globe, for buyers here in Singapore. These include a range from S$259 to S$15,000 and are crafted by some of the most talented jewelers from Italy, Hong Kong, India, Malaysia, Singapore and more.

Against a backdrop of the beautiful Singapore skyline dramatically set against the water and the sky, the 2015 event celebrates a treasure trove of some of the rarest gemstones in the world. The show focuses on the latest trends on jewelry crafted in the beauty of gold, white, yellow, rose, purple and black, and encrusted in the widest range of precious stones of all hues. The vibrancy and glittery of the show pieces will be complemented by an exciting line-up of event highlights.

950-ct Carat Burmese Ruby Rough

The show highlight is an exceptionally rare 950-ct natural unheated Burmese ruby rough presented by Luxe jeweller DeGem. To appreciate the importance and value of this amazing rough, one need only refer to the sale of a 25.59ct Burmese ruby ring at a world record price of USD 30.33 million, at Sotheby’s auction in Geneva in May 2015. This world record was not only for a ruby sold at an auction but also for any colored gemstone at an auction.
DEGEM_Pinnacle of the Ocean

DeGem’s ‘Pinnacle of the Ocean’, a 38-carat unheated Burmese Sapphire is perched majestically at the top, perfectly set in place against the diamond embellished, blackened gold ring. Certified by the Gem Research Swisslab, this natural sapphire boasts a glorious cornflower blue hue that is so rich and intense. This show highlight is priced at S$2,000,000.


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The Million Dollar Row presented by IVY Masterpiece. This range includes an extremely rare collection of Burmese ruby ring and diamonds ranging from rings to earrings to bracelets priced from S$1,500,000 to S$3,300,000.

The 4-day event will showcase more than US$150 million in jewelry including several solitaire rare, natural, colored gemstones that exceed S$1million in price per piece.

Jewelry and gem enthusiasts will be kept abreast with the latest in the industry through to a series of talks by industry experts on gemstones, jewelry, fashion and trends. Industry experts include Premanjali Gupta of Euromonitor International who will speak on “Jewelry players leveraging on the digital era”.

Singapore International Jewelry Expo (SIJE) 2015 is held at the Marina Bay Sands, Sands Expo and Convention Centre from July 2 to 5, 2015. For more information and updates on the exhibition, please

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