Jewellery Asia 2017: 5 brands to look out for at the luxury trade show in Kuala Lumpur

Over 60 international jewelry houses will come together at this prestigious three-day exhibition at the Shangri-La Hotel, KL

Jun 28, 2017 | By Staff Writer

Autore South Sea Pearls

After 25 years as the leading jewellery and watch exhibition in the Middle East, Jewellery Arabia is poised to make its South East Asian debut under a new brand, Jewellery Asia.

Taking place from 5 to 7 September 2017 at the Shangri-La Hotel in Kuala Lumpur, Jewellery Asia 2017 is a three-day event that will showcase over 60 of the biggest names in fine jewellery from across Asia, Europe, the Middle East, and the U.S. under one roof. Visitors of Jewellery Asia 2017 can expect it to be an undoubtedly exclusive and high-profile affair where jewellery aficionados, diamond lovers, and members of the public will have the chance to preview outstanding collections and limited-edition pieces exclusive to the Asian market.

For a taste of real luxury, here are five brands to look out for at Jewellery Asia 2017.

House of Rose

House of Rose is no stranger to some of the most dazzling and show-stopping baubles. For over three decades, the Mumbai-based jewellery house has combined exceptional gemstones and coloured stones such as emeralds, tanzanite, and pink sapphires to create playful yet ravishing pieces that will no doubt appeal to jewellery collectors of all kinds. One of its highlight masterpiece creations is the La Reina necklace, a show-stopping piece featuring 23 baroque-cut emeralds, white South Sea pearls, pear-shaped, rose cut, round brilliant cut, and baguette diamonds, that is fit for a queen.

Studio Rêves

Hailing from Mumbai, India, Studio Rêves is a family-run manufacturing house that specialises in flawless diamond and gemstone-studded jewellery. Made for the discerning woman, its creations are sophisticated and contemporary – ranging from stunning necklaces to elegant chandelier earrings and bracelets that boast meticulous detailing and fine craftsmanship.

Heinz Mayer

Heinz Mayer is a name synonymous to history, prestige, and innovation. First established in Idar-Oberstein more than 50 years ago, the German company is a leader in fine 18k gold and platinum jewellery and has collaborated with world-famous names such as Harry Winston and Rolls-Royce for its iconic Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Centenary Bracelet. Heinz Mayer’s fine jewelry creations appeal to a wide variety of tastes – both modern and classical – and is even jeweler to some of the world’s reigning monarchies.

Autore South Sea Pearls

If you don’t already know, the Autore Group is one of the largest pearl companies in the world. At the heart of its collection is the exquisite South Sea pearl – harvested from the crystal-clear waters off the North West coast of Western Australia and the tropical islands of Indonesia – and combined with precious gems to create endlessly elegant  jewelry pieces that range from pendant necklaces to cocktail rings, brooches, and earrings.


If you’re a fan of colourful, statement jewellery, look out for Ringo, an established company renowned for its gold, diamond, and magical semi-precious stones-studded pieces. Drawing inspiration from its Russian heritage, the brand melds traditional design with a rebellious spirit to create one-of-a-kind designs catered for the young at heart.

Jewellery Asia 2017 will run from 5 to 7 September 2017, 12pm-8pm, at Shangri-La Hotel Kuala Lumpur. Admission is free to trade visitors and the public. Pre-register online at

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