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TAIPEI, June 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Taiwan Jewellery & Gem Fair, the largest international jewellery fair in Taiwan will be held from November 21 to 24, 2014 at the Taipei World Trade Centre, Hall 1. Exhibitors from over 20 countries and regions, together with the local designers and industry leaders such as Chii Lih Coral and Chia Ta Jewellery have secured their spots to showcase their very best at this stellar event.
Taiwan jewellery designers demonstrating their innovative skills
Over 30 well-known local designers will gather at Taiwan Jewellery & Gem Fair to display their uniquely crafted designer pieces. The designers' area are grouped by "Taiwan Creative Jewellery Designer Association (TCJDA)" led by Ms. Wang, Yueh-Yaw and "Taiwan Jewellery Designer Association (TJDA)" led by Ms. Wu, Maggie. In addition to the designers' area, many well-known designers will be showcasing their own line, including Ms. Kang, Ammie and Ms. Tseng, Yuwen to name a couple.
Sneak Preview of Local Taiwanese Designers
Designer Ms. Wu, Maggie
Ms. Wu, Maggie is currently the Chairman of Taiwan Jewellery Designer Association and Council of Taipei Jewellery Workshop Union. Ms. Wu's design focuses preliminarily on jades for their soulful and solemn beauty, and restrained and understated elegance. She incorporates her optimistic views in life as she cross paths with people of different origins and encounters situations into her designs, creating dazzling brilliance and beauty in each of her masterpiece. Each stroke and line in the design marks her blessing of life.
Ms. Wu's designer piece will be showcased in the designers' area grouped with TJDA.
Designer Tsai, An Ho
Visual simulation on the natural beauty of nature is emphasized in Designer Tsai's pieces. His design is mainly inspired from the ever-changing nature, and the craftsmanship of each masterpiece is intricately crafted with much details. In his designs, Mr. Tsai intertwines different colours, metals and materials into luxurious pieces. Namely the plants and insects inspired pieces became his motif, his distinctive feature in his artistry, with which he has gained acclamation from collectors and auction houses worldwide.
Mr. Tsai's designer piece will be showcased in the designers' area grouped with TJDA.
Designer Kang, Ammie
Kang founded Top Kang Lapidary & Jewellery Arts in 1991 and began her own line of jewellery, specializing in jadeite jewelleries. In 2007, her works were sold to private collectors at the Sotheby's and the Christies auction. Kang insists on using top grade gem stones and skilled craftsmen to attain her high demand for quality. Her works seek to balance between tradition and fashion, combining the spirit of oriental tradition with the element of western fashion. Each piece unique to itself, tells a story of its own. Kang currently resides in Taichung, Taiwan and Toronto, Canada.
Ms. Kang will present her own line, Top Kang Lapidary & Jewellery Arts, at the Fair.
In search for more talents, the Fair has partnered with the 2014 International Jewellery Design Competition to host a floral and butterfly themed design competition, display the winning designs and hold an award ceremony onsite. Jewellery designers across the globe are encouraged to participate in the competition. The competition is divided into two categories: (1) hand drawn and (2) computerized 3D graphics. Participants will incorporate the vivid flowers and beautiful butterflies as the main elements into their designs, and the winning design will be used in the 2015 Jewellery Metal Smith Competition, where the inspiration will be turned into actual jewellery pieces before a crowd of audience onsite.
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About UBM Asia Ltd. (http://www.ubmasia.com/) Owned by UBM and publically listed on the London Stock Exchange, UBM Asia is headquartered in Hong Kong and operates in all of the major countries across Asia. It has over 240 products, including and not limited to trade fairs, conferences, trade publications and on-line media. As Asia's leading exhibition organizer, it stages market-leading events in numerous industries across the region. In the jewellery market, it organizes several jewellery exhibitions, including the Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair, the largest jewellery event worldwide
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