newznew (Chandigarh) : CII Thailand Trade Show, being organised by Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) in association with the Office of Commercial Affairs (OCA), Royal Thai Embassy, New Delhi, and the Department of International Trade Promotion (DITP), Ministry of Commerce, Royal Thai Government, at Himachal Bhawan in Sector 28, attracted huge crowds, especially women all day today. The glitter of beautiful Thai jewelry was a hit on the second day today. Women both young and old made a beeline at the various stalls offering the best variety in modern jewelry designs all under one roof at the fair.
“I come here every year for the wide range of gems and jewelry stalls from Thailand. The prices are very reasonable and the variety is just what I need for myself and my friends and family,” said Neha Sharma, a resident of Chandigarh.
Extream Jewelry Co. Ltd has brought an exclusive range of silver sets with turquoise jewelry & rhodium-plated, silver marcasite jewelry sets with all kind of stones, silver garnet jewelry (Bohemian jewelry) and silver amber jewelry. “Traditional Thai gemstone jewelry is very attractive. Jewelry made of stones such as amber, turquoise, Tiger eye, Ruby, Lapis, Onyx, pearls, coral, and other semi-precious stones has me and my friends spoilt for choice. Colourful semi-precious and synthetic stones set in gold-plated brass, silver, in interesting contemporary designs is why we came to the fair to shop. Due to promotional discounted prices we get a good deal here for our party collection,” said Jyotika, a student of Panjab University.
“For my social circuit I need a variety of semi-precious and reasonably priced stone jewelry which I get plenty to shop for at the fair. Earrings, bracelets, pendants, necklaces with crystals and Swarovski are all available here in affordable prices,” said Anita Sharma, a housewife from Panchkula.
“We came up here with a very select range of jewelry sets and accessories but we are surprised to see the kind of demand these exclusive pieces have among jewelry lovers from the region,” said a stall owner at the fair.
“Thailand is among the top ten exporters of gems and jewelry products in the world. We are very happy that Thailand Trade Show once again successfully played its role as an effective marketplace and as a platform for developing new business relationships. Thailand Week 2017 has grown to become an international marketplace thanks to CII’s support. It has made its mark in the industry’s event calendar. Such fairs lead to rapid rise in the trade and cultural cooperation between countries and also boost economic ties,” said Mr Panuwat Jantharajit, Counsellor (Commercial), Office of Commercial Affairs, Royal Thai Embassy.
“We have been exhibiting at Thailand trade show in Chandigarh for past five years. We have met quality buyers at this edition as well and noticed an increase in the number of buyers. CII has brought an array of buyers, shoppers and distributors to the fair every time, adding to the trade volume between the two nations. We will exhibit again next year,” said an exhibitor from Bankok in Thailand.