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First-Ever Largest Silver Exhibition in Mumbai Opens to Resounding Success

The inaugural edition of the largest Silver Exhibition in Mumbai has been hailed as a resounding success, captivating visitors with its breath-taking display of exquisite silver jewellery and artifacts, presented by India Bullion and Jewellers Association (IBJA), this ground breaking event surpassed all expectations, establishing itself as a milestone in the jewellery industry. The exhibition is organised by GES India Inc.
The Silver Exhibition, held at Jio World Convention Centre, Bandra Kurla Complex, Mumbai, opened its doors on 8th June,2023 to 11th June,2023, marking a historic moment for the silver craftsmanship community. Distinguished guests, industry leaders, and enthusiasts from around the world gathered to witness the grand inauguration and explore the enchanting world of silver creations.
Chief guest for the inauguration was Shri Mangal prabhat lodha____________________ stated that” silver is new gold and has bright future as a store value.” Guest of honour for the event was Shri___T A SHARVANA__________________ Stated that “rising import of silver converts in to consumption which needs such exhibitions.” Other dignitaries who attended event were from Kalyan jewellers, Malabar gold and Joy alukkas.
“There were 200 exhibitors with more than 500 stall showcasing more than 1,50,000 design. Nearly 25,000 to 30,000 buyers are expected during this B2B silver show” stated Shri Prithviraj Kothari, National President at IBJA.
The exhibition floor was adorned with a stunning array of silver jewellery masterpieces, showcasing the ingenuity and skill of renowned artisans and designers. From intricately crafted necklaces and bracelets to stunning earrings and rings, each piece exuded elegance and showcased the timeless allure of silver. Visitors marvelled at the fusion of traditional and contemporary designs, witnessing the extraordinary versatility of this precious metal.

In addition to the exquisite jewellery collection, the Silver Exhibition featured an impressive display of silver artifacts, including captivating decorative items, sculptures, and home decor. These artifacts celebrated the cultural significance of silver and provided a glimpse into the rich heritage associated with this precious metal.
“We are delighted by the overwhelming response to the first-ever largest Silver Exhibition in Mumbai,” said Prithviraj Kothari, National President at IBJA. “This event has been a celebration of artistry, creativity, and cultural heritage. We are proud to have provided a platform for talented artisans to showcase their exceptional skills and for industry professionals to connect and collaborate stated National Vice President Shri Chetan Kumar Mehta at IBJA. The success of this exhibition has reinforced our commitment to promoting the beauty and significance of silver, stated Mr. Surendra Mehta. National Secretary at IBJA.
The Silver Exhibition not only served as a platform for showcasing silver masterpieces but also fostered a sense of community and camaraderie among industry professionals. Attendees embraced the opportunity to network, share knowledge, and explore potential collaborations, paving the way for future growth and innovation in the jewellery sector.
The resounding success of the first-ever largest Silver Exhibition in Mumbai has set the stage for even more extraordinary showcases in the future. The event has solidified Mumbai’s position as a hub for silver craftsmanship, bringing together artists, designers, and enthusiasts under one roof.

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