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Türkiye’s Leading Jewellery Manufacturers Attend to JCK Las Vegas Show!

Güncelleme tarihi: 11 Haz

JCK Las Vegas Show, one of the most important organizations of the global jewellery industry, begins. The leading jewellery manufacturers of Turkish jewellery industry also participate in the organization to be held at the Venetian Expo between 10 – 13 June 2022. Established by the Turkish Jewelry Exporters' Association, the Turkish Pavilion is featuring 76 companies. There are also 31 individual exhibitors from Turkey at the fair.



The global jewellery industry come together at JCK Las Vegas Show. Jewellery manufacturers from all over the world participate in the organization. Turkey's leading jewellery manufacturers are also hosting their visitors at the Turkish Pavilion, which was established by the Turkish Jewelry Exporters' Association.


Burak Yakin, Chairman of Turkish Jewelry Exporters' Association: ‘’JCK Las Vegas Show is very important for the Turkish jewellery industry’’

“Turkiye is among the top 5 countries in the world in the gold jewelry category. There are approximately 5000 jewellery manufacturers operating in our country. We have a competitive advantage not only in the gold jewellery category, but also in the diamond jewellery and silver jewellery categories. We are at the top of the world in the mounting jewellery category. Jewels produced in Turkey meets consumers in jewellery stores all over the world.


The United States of America is one of the most important markets of the Turkish jewellery industry. We pay special attention to the United States jewellery market. As Turkish Jewellery Exporters' Association, we established the Turkish Pavilion at the JCK Las Vegas Show. There are 76 companies from Turkish jewellery industry in this field. Visitors will be able to find every product they are looking for in gold jewelry, diamond jewelry, silver jewelry, mounting, wedding rings and other categories in Turkish Pavilion. I invite the visitors to the Turkish Pavilion to discover the opportunities of the Turkish jewellery industry.”