•  The January edition of IEG’s Jewellery Boutique Show will bring more than 1,300 of the best  luxury brands and most sought-after designers to Vicenza Expo Centre from 19th to 23rd January  ∙ At the show the top of the Made-in-Italy range, from Damiani to Roberto Coin, from Crivelli to  Fope and, for the first time, the creations of Vhernier
  • From Germany’s Schreiner and Niessing, to Spain’s Facet (new entry), Dámaso Martinez and  Carrera y Carrera, France’s Akillis and Djula and Autore from Australia, the best international  companies will all be in attendance.
  • The Design Room will be back with new brands such as Qitteri Paris, Vicky Shawe and Karen Suen 

Vicenza, 18th December 2023 – The precious trends of Made in Italy and the most prestigious European and  international companies will sparkle on the international stage of Vicenzaoro January, which will be  celebrating its 70th anniversary from 19th to 23rd January 2024. With more than 1,300 exhibitors, 40% of which from 37 countries around the world, The Jewellery Boutique Show by Italian Exhibition Group – IEG  will be back at the Vicenza Expo Centre together with T.Gold, the show specifically for gold and jewellery  machinery and technology, and VO Vintage (from 19th to 22nd), the fine watch and vintage jewellery event  open to the public. 

The sector’s longest-running trade show and international event of reference for the entire gold and  jewellery supply chain, Vicenzaoro offers an extraordinary business experience with the latest jewellery  trends and the most sought-after designers. From haute joaillerie to goldsmithing, with all the Made in Italy and international excellence, components, semi-finished products, diamonds and precious stones, services  such as packaging and visual merchandising, the exhibition offer represents the entire supply chain with  exhibitors also from Asia, especially China, Hong Kong, India and Thailand

THE TREND SHOW, BETWEEN ITALIAN ELEGANCE AND INTERNATIONAL COMPANIES The display cases of high jewellery’s ICON community will include regulars and new entries, luxury brands  from the Italian gold districts together with the best of European production with numerous companies  from Germany, France and Spain

Made in Italy creativity and refinement will be on show with high-end creations from the entire peninsula and brands including Damiani, with its dynamic, modern and glamorous creations, Roberto Coin, whose  collections pay homage to the beauty of Verona and Venice, Crivelli, with a new line of jewellery in burnished  gold and black diamonds, and FOPE, which combines patented technology to make flexible gold chains with  clasps hidden among diamonds. A luxury showroom on the first floor of the Expo Centre will be displaying  for the first time sculpture jewellery by Vhernier, top brand and an emblem of artistic jewellery, able to  inject its art DNA into precious, soft and enveloping shapes. 

Also on show: Annamaria Cammilli with its special velvet-finish jewellery in 8 different shades of gold,  Roberto De Meglio with creations that adapt to the body’s shape thanks to a system of invisible springs, 

Valenza-based Palmiero, that creates jewellery with geometric and colourful lines, the colours and  Mediterranean luminosity of Chantecler’s creations, and the listed Gismondi 1754 group with creations  flaunted on red carpets all over the world together with Vendorafa, its recent acquisition. The sparkling  precious proposals of Leo Pizzo, Mirco Visconti, Davite & Delucchi, Giorgio Visconti, World Diamond Group and the contemporary jewellery of Peruffo Jewellery, Marco Dal Maso, Adolfo Courier, Serafino Consoli,  Nanis, Verdi, Giovanni Ferraris, Butani, Staurino Fratelli and Barakà with proposals for men.  

The buyers expected to arrive from more than 130 countries around the world will also find numerous  proposals from European and international haute joaillerie companies at Vicenza. From the German  Schreiner Fine Jewellery, Hans Krieger, Giloy, Breuning, Niessing, Jörg Heinz and Heinz Mayer, to the  Spanish Dámaso Martinez, Carrera y Carrera and Facet Barcelona, a welcome new entry, from creations by  the French companies Akillis and Djula, to Autore from Australia and Fabergé from the United Kingdom. 


A selection of unique pieces of international scope will be on display in The Design Room, a special area  dedicated to the creativity of the most sought-after jewellery stylists. First time attendances at Vicenzaoro in January will include French architect Michel Tortel with the Qitteri Paris brand, who plays with light, shapes  and colours through refined geometric architectures, the daring imagery of Vicky Shawe, who incorporates  contrasting elements in highly symbolic and evocative jewellery, and the brilliance of Karen Suen‘s gems. 

The most eagerly awaited returns will include the unmissable appointment in the Design Room with Alessio  Boschi‘s Baroque creations steeped in artistic and cultural citations, the new Marina B collection by French Italian Guy Bedarida, jewellery by Chilean José María Goñi’s JMG Designer, the elegant shapes of Busatti  Milano, Campania-inspired Miseno Jewelry, the iconic eye set into Netali Nissim’s creations and the intense  colours of Cedille Paris’ jewellery. Not to mention the contemporary lines of Antonini Milano, the geometries  of Mousson Atelier, the nature-inspired structures of Osi Vitoria Jewelry, and the rigorously handcrafted  workmanship of Misani

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