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This Jaipur Jewellery Show Will Focus On The Emerald Trade

In its 20th year, the Jaipur Jewellery Show (JSS), which begins on December 23, will focus on the emerald trade while also providing a boost to the gems and jewellery industry.
Jaipur Jewellery Show

Jaipur Jewellery Show (JSS) beginning on December 23 will focus on emerald trade. 901 booths would be set up with better facilities in the JSS. 241 booths will display gemstones, 572 jewellery, 17 on costume, articles and artefacts. 68 will display allied and machinery.


In its 20th year, the Jaipur Jewellery Show (JSS), which begins on December 23, will focus on the emerald trade while also providing a boost to the gems and jewellery industry. It will also put the Pink City on the global gem and jewellery map. During the four-day show, 901 booths with enhanced amenities will be set up at the JSS for participation by national and international traders, its Joint Secretary Ajay Kala said at a news conference here on Friday.

According to Kala, 241 stalls will show gemstones, 572 will display jewellery, 17 will display costume, articles and antiquities, and 68 will display associated and machinery.


Jaipur Jewellery Show

He expects more than 500 hosted customers, 82 new participants, and numerous national companies to attend the JSS, which will draw at least 45000 people.

At the inaugural event at the JECC location, the principal guest will be Asher Ottamoochikkal, MD, Indian Operations, Malabar Gold and Diamonds, and other officials from the Gem and Jewellery Export Promotion Council (GJEPC) and All India Gem and Jewellery Council (GJC).


From the 23rd through the 26th of December, 2022, at the Jaipur Exhibition & Convention Centre in Jaipur, India. The Jaipur Jewellery Show gives a venue for Gem & Jewellery producers to promote their goods. This event also serves as a national and international marketing platform for gems and jewellery.

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