Made-in-Canton.com was developed by, and is operated by HK Jsely Jewelry Co., Ltd. Jsely is a pioneer and leader in the field of foreign trade business in global. Founded in 2016, with the mission of enabling clients to drive cost down and increase sales and profits with effective web-based solutions, Jsely compete in international trade, advance into new markets and meet the needs of their clients.
To facilitate global trade between worldwide buyers and Chinese suppliers;
To provide accurate and dependable information on Chinese products and suppliers to global buyers;
To help buyers and suppliers communicate and do business with each other effectively and efficiently.
Question 1: How to know your price?
Answer: Please tell me which item do you want to buy by send me pictures on whatsapp I will tell you the prices asap.
Question 2: How to pay for my order?
Answer: Please tell me your order I will tell you the item price, shipping fee and original box fee and total amount. You can make payment by western union. We will process and ship your order asap after payment made.
Question 3: How long will I receive my order to Dubai UAE?
Answer: After confirming your payment we will start processing your order. Making time 2-10 working days depending on design workmanship difficulty, plus 5 days shipping time to UAE by aramex express shipping method.
Question 4: Do you make jewellry for personal buyer or only for wholesaler?
Answer: Actually many of our customers are personal buyer. They are buying fine quality brand jewelry for their family, friends and themselves enjoying factory prices. Also we welcome jewelry sellers to work with us. We will provide free shipping, free original boxes if you can order at least 3 items each time.
Question 5: Can I see more pictures of your work?
Answer: Sure please follow us on instagram brand_jewelry520 for more real pictures of jewelry made by our factory.
The history of jewellery is long and goes back many years, with many different uses among different cultures. It has endured for thousands of years and has provided various insights into how ancient cultures worked.
The Canton Fair is a trade fair held in the spring and autumn seasons each year since the spring of 1957 in Guangzhou, China.
Its full name since 2007 has been China Import and Export Fair (中国进出口商品交易会), renamed from Chinese Export Commodities Fair (中国出口商品交易会), also known as The Canton Fair (广州交易会).
The Canton Fair is co-hosted by the Ministry of Commerce of China and People's Government of the Guangdong Province, and organized by China Foreign Trade Centre.
The Canton Fair is the largest trade fair in China. Among China's largest trade fairs, it has the largest assortment of products, the largest attendance, and the largest number of business deals made at the fair. Like many trade fairs it has several traditions and functions as a comprehensive event of international importance.
Liuhua Complex, located in Yuexiu.
The new Canton Fair Complex in Pazhou, Haizhu.
Fifty product trading categories, being composed of thousands of China's best foreign trade corporations (enterprises), take part in the fair. These include private enterprises, factories, scientific research institutions, wholly foreign-owned enterprises, and foreign trade companies.
The fair leans to export trade, though import business is also done here. Apart from the above-mentioned, various types of business activities such as economic and technical cooperation and exchange, commodity inspection, insurance, transportation, advertising, and trade consultation are other activities that are also commonly carried out at the fair.
First held: April 1957.
Interval: Three phases per session; two sessions per year.
Spring session: April 15–19 (Phase 1); April 23–27 (Phase 2); May 1–5 (Phase 3). (115th Session)
Autumn session: October 15–19 (Phase 1); October 23–27 (Phase 2); October 31- November 4 (Phase 3).
Phase 1: Electronics, household electrical appliances, machinery, lighting equipment, hardware and tools, vehicles and spare parts, building materials, chemical products.
Phase 2: Consumer products,decorations goods, gifts.
Phase 3: Textiles & garments, shoes, office supplies, cases & bags, recreation products, medicines, medical devices and health products
China Import and Export Fair (Pazhou) Complex, 380 Yuejiangzhong Road, Haizhu District, Guangzhou 510335 
Gross exhibition space: 1,125,000 m².
Number of booths: Over 55,800 standard stands (105th Session).
Varieties: Over 150,000.
Business turnover: 262.3 Million USD (105th Session).
Number of trading countries and regions: 203 (103rd Session).
Number of visitors: 165,436 (105th Session).
Exhibitors: Over 22,000 (with 21,709 Chinese exhibitors, 395 international exhibitors, 105th Session).
Impact on society
Jewellery has been used to denote status. In ancient Rome, only certain ranks could wear rings; later, sumptuary laws dictated who could wear what type of jewellery. This was also based on rank of the citizens of that time. Cultural dictates have also played a significant role. For example, the wearing of earrings by Western men was considered effeminate in the 19th century and early 20th century. More recently, the display of body jewellery, such as piercings, has become a mark of acceptance or seen as a badge of courage within some groups but is completely rejected in others. Likewise, hip hop culture has popularised the slang term bling-bling, which refers to ostentatious display of jewellery by men or women.
Conversely, the jewellery industry in the early 20th century launched a campaign to popularise wedding rings for men, which caught on, as well as engagement rings for men, which did not, going so far as to create a false history and claim that the practice had medieval roots. By the mid-1940s, 85% of weddings in the U.S. featured a double-ring ceremony, up from 15% in the 1920s. Religion has also played a role in societies influence. Islam, for instance, considers the wearing of gold by men as a social taboo, and many religions have edicts against excessive display. In Christianity, the New Testament gives injunctions against the wearing of gold, in the writings of the apostles Paul and Peter. In Revelation 17, "the great whore" or false religious system, is depicted as being "decked with gold and precious stones and pearls, having a golden cup in her hand." (Rev. 17:4) For Muslims it is considered haraam for a man to wear gold.