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Thai mastery
Thailand’s silver jewellery industry is taking a cautiously optimistic stance on business prospects this year, with manufacturers pulling out all the stops to dazzle the market with innovative designs and concepts.
Hong Kong treasures
Hong Kong silver jewellery firms are entrancing the market with attractive designs highlighting creative foresight and top-notch craftsmanship.
Greece’s artistic temperament
Greece, the cradle of Western civilisation, is a fount of inspiration for jewellery design. The rich heritage of this storied land blends with the sun-sand-and-sea fantasy of its idyllic isles to produce myriad themes and motifs.
Made in Indonesia
Acclaimed jewellery brand John Hardy thrust Balinese design and silversmithing traditions to the forefront of the international jewellery world when it burst onto the scene in the early 1970s.
World Silver Survey 2016
Silver jewellery fabrication increased for the third consecutive year in 2015 to a new record level of 226.5 million ounces (Moz) compared to 224 Moz in 2014, according to the World Silver Survey 2016.
South African possibilities
“Alive with Possibility” used to be Brand South Africa’s official slogan. Silver jewellery manufacturers based in the country continue to fully subscribe to this optimistic maxim as they relentlessly work to make their capabilities known in the international market.
Thai resilience shines through
Thailand’s prowess in the field of silver jewellery is indisputable. Many international silver jewellery brands rely on the country’s extensive manufacturing experience, discretion and professionalism for their production.
India’s claim to fame
India has managed quite the coup in the silver jewellery arena.
Mauritian flavour
Historical and cultural ties bind Mauritius with Europe hence it is no surprise that markets such as Germany and France are traditionally the top patrons of its silver jewellery.
World Silver Survey 2015
Silver jewellery fabrication maintained its upward trajectory in 2014, reaching record levels for the second consecutive year to hit 215.2 million ounces (Moz), a 1.5 percent increase over 2013’s 212.1 Moz, according to the World Silver Survey 2015 by Thomson Reuters GFMS.
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