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The Worldwide Creativity Platform for Local and Overseas Jewellery Designers. 

The founding committee of HKJDA is initiated and formed by the group of eight passionate and successful local jewellery designers, who are all trend leaders in the industry and dedicate in promoting Hong Kong as an International platform of creative designs. 


The establishment of HKJDA represents a mission in providing a key platform for both local and overseas jewellery designers to exchange diverse cultures and share artistic experiences as well as raising public awareness of original design.  As a voluntary association intent on promoting local creativity, HKJDA aspires to enrich the creative skills of the designers, create a higher sstandard in jewellery design and aims at promoting an exchange of knowledge and experience among national and international designers in different creative disciplines.  A powerful and long lasting storm can therefore be roused to stimulate the whole industry, as well as encourage young fresh jewellery designers to present their magnificent talent.

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Interested in becoming a member or simply have questions about Hong Kong Jewellery Designers' Association? We’d love to hear from you, so don’t hesitate in reaching out today.

8/F Fontaine Building, 18 Mody Road, Tsimshatsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong


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  • promote Hong Kong as an international centre of creative jewellery design.

  • promote and ensure that recognition of the jewellery designers' international professional status.

  • protect the copyrights and intellectual property rights and the original creators and the owners of the jewellery designs.

  • stimulate collaborations with other professional design institutions and bodies involved in design or jewellery industry, locally and internationally.

  • foster high standards of jewellery design and promote jewellery design in excellence by ways of education and continuing professional development of individual practitioners.

  • organise a wide range of activities including research, exhibitions  and seminars.

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