39 exhibitors to showcase their exquisite Jewellery collections
The Gem & Jewellery Export Promotion Council (GJEPC) has been organizing India Pavilion at Vicenzaoro Winter show since its inception in 2005. For Indian gem and jewellery manufacturers, the platform has been an entry point for Europe in general and EU countries This year, India Pavilion presents 39 exhibitors, who will showcase their exquisite jewellery collections and loose stones in Hall no. 3.1, Hall no. 3.0, Hall no. 2.1 and lab-grown diamonds in Hall no. 2.2.
Exhibitors participating at the India Pavilion include Agra Products PVT. LTD.; Ariha Diamond Jewellery P. LTD; Arina Jewellery; BML Gems & Jewellery; Core Jewellery PVT. LTD.; Estrella Jewels LLP; Gallant Jewelry; Gosil Exports PVT. LTD.; Harshita Jewellery; Indigo Jewellery India MFG PVT. LTD.; Inter Gold (INDIA) PVT. LTD.; Jewelex India PVT. LTD.; K P Sanghvi International PVT. LTD.; Kama Jewelry Private Limited; Mishwa Export; Nuance Jewel Private Limited; Panim Exports; Patdiam Jewellery LTD.; Priority Jewels PVT. LTD.; RFM Corporation; Ruta Jewels; Shriarihant Mangal Expo Impo PVT. LTD.; Spectrum Jewelmart PVT. LTD.; Sunjewels PVT LTD.; The Jewelry CO.; Trezza Jewels LLP; Uni Design Jewellery PVT. LTD; VSB Studio; Ashok Jewellers; Gem India Exports; Om Shree Gems; Chouhan Enterprises; Kudusi Jewellers; Mantri Gems; Nikhil Enterprises; Takat Gems India; Ethereal Green Diamond LLP; Green Lab Diamonds; Riddhi Corporation; Pure LB Diamonds.Mr. Vipul Shah, Chairman, GJEPC said, “Vicenza Oro winter show has been a significant platform for Indian manufacturers as Italy has been the entry point for Europe and EU countries. Our exports of gems and jewellery to Europe accounted for US$ 3.78 billion in 2022. Additionally, you get to understand the latest trends in the market apart from building relationships with new and existing buyers.”
GJEPC as the apex body of gem and jewellery industry in India, has been facilitating and promoting G&J trade to cater to customers across the globe. The Indian gem & jewellery industry has invested in its 5 million-plus workforce by adopting high standards of modern infrastructure and has been providing socio-economic benefits such as, health insurance for workers and second-to-none training programs for workers amongst others. The industry’s ability to satiate any kind of jewellery requirements has amazed the world. This has been possible due to the industry’s willingness to embrace and adopt the latest technology.
India is the undisputed leader in manufacturing diamonds, and it is the only country that offers a truly impressive range of gems and plain and studded jewellery set with diamonds and coloured gemstones. The country manufactures polished diamonds in every shape and size and the vast product offering caters to every market in the world.
India’s jewellery sector, too, has similar strengths that are hard to find at this scale and quality in a single location. Today’s Indian gems blend handmade artistry with innovative, best-in-class technology to design modern jewellery. The country has gained global popularity because of its talented craftsmen, its superior practices in cutting and polishing fine diamonds, precious stones and designing jewellery.
India’s gem and jewellery exports accounts for USD 40 billion per year. With 185 clusters with 1 million enterprises, the industry employs 4.3 million workers. Along with highly skilled workforce, the industry is equipped with both traditional and advanced technology and methods including artificial intelligence.