Xijiao jewelry market
The Xijao jewelry market is one of the 3 main jewelry markets inGuangzhou. It consists of two interconnected buildings on multiple floors. The main products at this market are costume jewelry, including stainless steel, gold plated jewelry, glass beads, hair decoration, shell jewelry, jewelry packaging and much more. The product selection is quite similar to Taikang jewelry market.
If you’re looking for silver, coral, zirconia or semi precious stone then you should rather head forLiwanPlaza
Liwan plaza jewellery market
LiwanPlazais a major jewelry market inGuangzhou. There are 2 000 stores in this huge plaza, on seven floors. You will find all kinds of jewelry, stone, shells, corals, semi precious stone, silver, jade, zirconium, zircon, crystal, leather straps, plastic straps, fittings and packaging. In the basement is a shipping agent for easy shipping to your country.
This is definitely a market to visit for any jewelry related business people.
If you come here, make sure you also visit the other markets in the neighborhood. Across the street you will find Hualin international jewelry city, and behind that building is the outdoor Yuanshen arts and crafts market (retail) for ceramic and jade wares, which can be quite interesting.
Taikang square jewelry market
Taikang square (or Taikang Cheng square) is a large jewelry market with costume jewelry. 4 floors and ground floor filled with large and small wholesale booths selling costume jewelry, earrings, rings, necklaces, packaging and related items. It is one of the 3 major jewelry wholesale markets inGuangzhou, along with Xijiao jewelry market andLiwanPlaza.
The Street for jade articles
Hualin Street, located on Xia-jiu Lu, is a large market for jade .The street is bordered by Xilaizheng Street, Hualinxin Street, Huanlinsiqian Street, Maolingzhi Streetand Xinsheng Street. Hualin Street boasts more than 80% of Guangzhou’s dealers of articles and over 90% of the trading volume in Guangzhou, with an annual business volume of over RMB100 million. Diversified kinds of jade articles, as well as excellent workmanship and moderate prices, attract millions of domestic and overseas merchants and tourists, making it the famous collecting and distributing center for jade articles. At the core of Hualin Streetis a newly-built HualinBuilding
which is the largest indoor jade market on the street. Besides, the office of the Guangdong Bullion & Jewellry Inspection Centre on the street can ensure customers they will not buy fake articles.
Xiguan, located in Liwan District, is traditionally an antique market
famous in Guangdong Province or even in South China. Xiguan Antique City,
situated between Fengyuan Lu and Longjinxi Lu, is the only antique market approved by cultural relic management departments. At market are collected together about 100 stores on both sides of the 500-meter-long street. Traditional Xiguan culture has made well-known antique collectors who mainly deal with old pottery and porcelain, famous scripts and paintings throughout the ages, the four treasures of traditional study (writing brush, ink stick, ink slab and paper) and jade articles are all found here. Not all the antiques available are originals, so it will challenge your appraising abilities.
Moreover, exhibitions, evaluation meetings and auctions are held from time to time.
Crossstreet of Fengyuan Lu and Longjin Xilu,Liwan District
Yuansheng Crafts Market
The largest collecting and distributing center for crafts in South Chinais the Yuansheng Crafts Market which is located on Yuansheng Streetof Daihe Lu between Kangwang Lu and Wenchangbei Lu, neighboring on Xiajiu Lu Shopping Streetand Hualin Jade Street. Nearly one thousand stores stand on
both sides of the 1000-meter-long street with various crafts available. Moreover, all the stores are architects of traditional Xiguan style. It’s said that the market attracts about ten thousand domestic and overseas customers each day. Not only is it a crafts market dealing with pottery, porcelain and jade, but also it is the largest exchange market betweenGuangdong, Macau andHong Kong for antiques and antique imitation crafts.