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The largest trade fair for jewellery, watches, precious stones, packaging, and equipment in silver- and gold-smithing ends tomorrow at Metropolitan Expo

Openness and major trade visitor attendance from the entire spectrum of the jewellery sector, is being recorded at the ATHENS INTERNATIONAL JEWELLERY SHOW, which is ending tomorrow at the Metropolitan Expo.

ATHENS INTERNATIONAL JEWELLERY SHOW, has a total of 370 exhibitors (direct and indirect), including the largest companies in the jewellery, timepiece, and precious stone sector, and with increased exhibition space coverage, compared to 2023.

Of the 370 exhibitors, 240 are direct exhibitors from Greece, Italy, Cyprus, Turkey, India, Germany, Belgium, and Estonia, while 130 are indirect exhibitors.

The exhibition is hosting the DESIGN SECTION for the third consecutive year, with the participation of Greek designers, aiming to highlight the momentum of Greek design in the industry, while incorporating a programme of international hosted buyers from Malta, Belgium, North Macedonia, and the United Kingdom.

Besides the purely exhibition sections, the side events programme has also been expanded. A stand-out event is the screening of ‘LOVE IN THE MAKING’, a short film about Greek jewellery and its history. It is a 9-minute-long artistic cinematic journey into the history of Greek jewellery, created by the Pan-Hellenic Federation of Silver- and Goldsmiths, Jewellers, and Watchmakers (POVAKO).

The side events programme also includes talks on topical issues of the jewellery and gemology sectors (all parallel events at: ).

The ATHENS INTERNATIONAL JEWELLERY SHOW, also only addressed to professionals, is open today from 10:00-20:00 and tomorrow from 10:00-19:00.


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