Jeweller expects a sparkling success in KL

THE Amee Philips Pearl Exhibition returns this year in Penang and Kuala Lumpur with thousands of high quality pearls for sale at wholesale prices.

Amee Philips Exclusive Jewellery founder and chief executive officer Amee Philips said customers could customise their very own personal and unique piece from the loose pearls they purchased at the exhibition.

“Our pearl exhibition has been successful for many years in Penang, and this is our second year in Kuala Lumpur.

“From the high demand we experienced last year, we are expecting an even bigger crowd this year, judging from the excitement we saw from customers who already have good knowledge of pearls,” she said when met at the exhibition held at the Amee Philips Showroom in Kelawei Road yesterday.

The exhibition in Penang, which ended yesterday, will continue in Kuala Lumpur tomorrow and Sunday from 10am to 6pm at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Kuala Lumpur.

Philips said they would bring a wider selection of quality pearls to the exhibition.

“We are happy to educate pearl beginners on the finer points of selecting suitable pearls.

“We also offer free design consultations to help you create the pearl jewellery of your dreams,” she said.

Philips pointed out that pearls have a distinctive appeal that has stood the test of time.

“Well-crafted pearl necklaces and chokers are classy, elegant and pair up well with virtually any outfit,” she said.

Philips said visitors could expect top quality pearls at wholesale prices, loose pearls and strings of pearls of various types ranging from Golden, Black Tahitian, Australian White South Sea and Japanese Akoya.

She said the pearls were specially curated from reputable pearl farms by Amee Philips Exclusive Jewellery,” said Philips, who |came from a gemstone wholesaling background.

The self-taught jewellery designer founded her store in 2002 when she opened her first jewellery retail outlet in Jalan Kelawei, Penang.

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