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Organized by Hong Kong Jewelry Manufacturers’ Association (HKJMA), JMA Hong Kong International Jewelry Show has gained UFI recognition since 2014, and has become the year-end jewelry event in Asia you cannot miss! In these years the Show keeps on expanding their scale, with a 40% increase of exhibitors, and a 50% increase of booths up to 1,500!

The 28th JMA Hong Kong International Jewelry Show has been the only successful jewelry show in Hong Kong in 2020 owing to the outbreak of COVID-19 worldwide. Not just showcasing the exquisite jewelry and quality loose stones, we have also launched a series of prize-winning activities to spice up shopping atmosphere. The Day Day Diamond Lucky Draw, JMA Enter & Win Instant Award, J-HUB booth with traditional Jewelry-making workbench, “We Miss Japan” Instant photo-taking Zone and other interactive activities, enhanced the shopping experience of the Show.

We also launched seminars and workshops for the public to have a deeper understanding of the jewelry industry. Two jewellery seminars were hosted by GAHK introducing knowledge on gemstones and brand-building in the jewelry industry. Besides, jewelry artisans from Hatton Jewellery Institute were invited to conduct demonstrations on the process of jewel-making, like wax-crafting, hammering and gem-setting, to let the audience witness the techniques.

JMA Hong Kong 2020 keeps on featuring the “International Designer Arena” (IDA) showcasing the original handmade jewels by independent jewellery designers around the world. The award ceremony of International Jewelry Design Competition (IJDC) 2020 with the theme ‘Union’, representing the commitment of the jewelry artisans and the concerted effort of the whole jewelry industry to strive for the future development. The award-winning pieces were displayed in the gala to let the visitors glance at the magnificent masterpieces.

The 29th edition of JMA Hong Kong will be held from 25 to 28 Nov in 2021 in HKCEC. See you next year!

Milestone of the Show

2020
The only successful international jewelry show in Hong Kong in 2020. Focusing on the local consumer market and succeeded in attracting local buyers with strong spending power, resulting in a favourable sales atmosphere and great business opportunities.
2019
This year HKJMA is honoured to invite welcome the Nepali Delegation, led by Mr. Mohan Sunar from the Federation of Nepal Gold and Silver Dealers' Association, first came to Hong Kong and joined our show.
2018
JMA Hong Kong 2018 has celebrated the 30th anniversary of HKJMA with special theme zone “Jewelry Party” introduced, creating sparkling moment with exhibition and visitors.
2017
JMA Hong Kong 2017 has expanded exhibition scale from Hall 1 to Hall 3FG, making a grand occasion.
2016
"Hourly Diamond Lucky Draw" drew a winner every hour and rewarded with a certified diamond.
2015
Korean delegation is added to this years' program to provide more business opportunities to Hong Kong Jewelry Manufacturers
2014
Three new pavilions were launched including the International Colored Gemstone Association (ICA), Israel Diamond Institute (IDI) and Taiwan Pavilion to enhance the range of quality products at the show.
2013
In addition to the Thailand Pavilion, Korean Pavilion was newly added to meet international standard
2012
Organize 2012 World Jewellery Industry Development Summit - Hong Kong
2011
2011 "Miss Jewelry Hong Kong"
2010
The first ever "Miss Jewelry Hong Kong" Pageant launched
2009
Chief executives of mainland jewelry chain groups participated in "China VIP Delegation" to attend the show
2008
First launch of "International Designer Arena" which gathers unique pieces of fine jewelry
2007
Co-operate with top fashion designer Mr. William Tang to organize a jewelry fashion show in the venue
2006
"Diamond Lucky Draw" holds every year to present 1ct. loose diamond with GIA certificate
2005
Buyers are keen to attend this Asian major jewelry buying event every year
2004
High local retail sales volume generated during the 4-day show
2003
2003 Miss Hong Kong, Miss Mandy Cho, was the guest of honor in the opening ceremony