July 10, 2011

Malaysia International Jewellery Fair 2011 sparkles

The Malaysia International Jewellery Fair (MIJF) 2011 at Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre from July 7 – 10 comes to life with more than 100,000 pieces of new designs in gold, diamonds, jade and other sparkling treasures on display by over 100 international jewellery companies from 16 countries.

Tourism Minister Dato’ Sri Dr. Ng Yen Yen officially launched the glamourous event on Thursday 7th July 2011.

A dazzling fashion show by three prominent jewellery brands - SPECS Jewellery, Amee Philips Jewellery and Tomei Gold & Jewellery kicked off the ceremony.

Tourism Minister Dato' Dr Ng Yen Yen  (centre) cutting the
ribbon to officially open the MIJF 2011 at KLCC on 7th July.

Dato' Dr Ng Yen Yen posing for a photograph with Amee Philips
Jewellery co-founder Amee Philips (2nd from left); president of 
Federation of Goldsmiths and Jewellers Association of Malaysia
Ng Yih Pyng (3rd from left); Elite Expo CEO Johnson Lim (3rd
from right) and MyCEB CEO Zulkefli Sharif (2nd from right).

Tourism Minister Dato' Dr Ng Yen Yen looking at the jewellery
pieces on display at the Raffles College of Higher Education booth.

Malaysia's jazz queen Datuk Sheila Majid (right) and singer,
actress, and television personality Fauziah Latiff at the MIJF 2011.

Models displaying jewellery sets at the Deckwell Gold booth.

The Crystal Mineral Kingdom booth selling jewellery boxes
and display stands.

Raffles College of Higher Education KL jewellery design
students and lecturer Sydney Scherr (3rd from right) showcase
jewellery collections designed and crafted by the students.

Armed security guards at the entrance to the exhibition hall
of KLCC provide security and safety to MIJF visitors.

Models showcase magnificent collections
by Amee Philips Jewellery, SPECS
Jewellery and Tomei Gold & Jewellery.

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