Sparkle International Exhibition 2023 by SGCCI Set to Bedazzle Surat

From Silver Elegance to Bridal Grandeur: Sparkle Exhibition 2023 Promises Allurement


Surat : The Southern Gujarat Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SGCCI) has announced the much-anticipated three-day ‘Sparkle International Gems and Jewellery Exhibition 2023’, which will begin on August 25 in the diamond metropolis of Surat.

The Sparkle exhibition, which will be hosted at the Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay Indoor Stadium in Athwalines, will include an extraordinary assortment of silver jewellery. The Ram Darbar, which includes silver statues of Lord Rama, Mother Sita, Laxmanji, and Lord Hanuman, will be the focal point of the Sparkle display.

SGCCI Sparkle International gems and jewellery exhibition in Surat

Aside from that, the 4 foot statue of Srinathji, the Shriji monument, and the Prime Minister Narendra Modi statue will all draw attention. Aside from the silver statue, there will be contemporary furniture, home décor, and silver giving on exhibit.

“Sparkle exhibition is organised with the upcoming wedding season in mind,” said Ramesh Vaghasia, president of SGCCI. Visitors to Sparkle, a B2C exhibition will be able to witness bridal jewels as well as a unique assortment of contemporary designer jewellery.”

According to SGCCI’s All Exhibitions Chairman Bijal Jariwala, about 600 couples and their families from Surat have been invited to attend the Sparkle exhibition. These are the couples that are getting married in a few months, thus they will have a large jewellery collection. The show will include wedding and festival collections for non-resident Indians, such as Rakshabandhan and Diwali.

Jewellery is the most significant aspect of a woman’s bridal attire. Women do extensive research for jewellery choices as well as wedding attire, and this research will be finished in one location at the Sparkle show. Because jewellers’ branded bridal wedding collection will be shown here.

According to Tushar Choksi, chairman of Sparkle Exhibition, the wedding season begins after August. The SGCCI has offered this platform to jewellers so that individuals and non-resident Gujaratis as well as non-resident Indians may purchase jewellery from a single location since it is a wedding event. Aside from that, folks who are planning a wedding and are unsure where to acquire jewels may go to the Sparkle exhibition.

“Customers visiting Sparkle will be able to discover trending jewellery in a variety of designs from across the country,” Choksi added.