Like it or not, diamond is considered as one of the most expensive and equally, one of the most sought-after gemstones in the world right now. Even during the ancient times, diamonds have been commonly used by royal families around the world as decorative items. Nowadays, diamonds are commonly found in ridiculously expensive jewelleries such aswedding or engagement rings, pendants or necklaces. In the Royal Kingdom of Thailand, the diamond industry, the jewellery industry in general, has been enjoying a significant surge in terms of number of sales in the last few years. In fact, you can now buy a diamond ring Thailand for as low as 9,192 Thai Baht. Or if you’re feeling rich and you want to give something extremely special to your special someone, there’s a diamond ring which will cost you 636,045 Thai Baht. There are other diamond rings which can suit any style and budget. Thailand has been a popular place for jewellery lovers because it has some of the most beautiful and rarest diamond pieces in the world right now and yes, they are extremely expensive.
Just last December 2016, the Thai Gem and Jewellery Traders Association (TGJTA) announced that it will hold the inaugural Thailand Gems and Jewellery Fair 2017 which is already scheduled to take place this coming June 15 to 18, 2017. For starters, TGJTA was first and foremost, established with a unifying aim of supporting and promoting Thailand’s gem and jewellery industry. In fact, during the first 10 months of 2016, Thailand’s jewellery industry landed at 3rd place in terms of export value among all industries in the kingdom which generated 435 billion Thai Baht. In addition to this, TGJTA is also leading various initiatives to promote gems and jewellery sales which the tourism industry in the kingdom has benefiting from because these initiatives have been able produce tourist purchases of gems and jewelleries as souvenirs.
The said fair is said to be bigger and better than the previous editions and according to TGJTA officials, the fair, which will be held at the Challenger 1, IMPACT, Muang Thong Tani in the capital city of Bangkok, will also enable a more exciting and active environment for trading gems and jewellery including diamond ring Thailand.