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Istanbul Jewelry Show Gets a New Look

Location, Istanbul Expo Center. Date, from 5th to 8th October. Not long to go to the 54th edition of the Turkish event with more than 1,000 exhibitors from 140 countries

Everything is ready for the 54th edition of the Istanbul Jewelry Show, a definite save-the-date to put in agenda for those who want to explore what more than 1,000 jewelry companies and brands from 140 countries have in store for the coming season. The Istanbul Expo Center is preparing to stage the largest October show ever, with space increasing from 40,000 to 50,000 square meters and more than 27,000 industry professionals hosted in 5 halls, bringing together companies specialized in every single phase of the supply chain in one large exhibition hub. Raw materials, such as gold, diamonds, colored gemstones, precious and semi-precious stones, pearls and silver, machinery, equipment, packaging and, of course, finished jewelry, as well as silver household items, mountings and semi-finished products, watches, molds, window decorations, security services, software, logistics and lighting. Moreover, the Designer Club, a joint project between the Association of Jewelry Exporters and the Istanbul Jewelry Show, will also be featured offering a space for independent designers and craftsmen whose work has a highly contemporary and personalized feel.

The Show, organized by Informa Markets and sponsored by Elmas Kule, will attract buyers from different geographical areas, from the United States to India and Russia, who will also be able to keep up to date on the sector’s latest news thanks to a calendar of events supporting its development. One example of this is “Art for Jewelry-Inspiration Hub”, where art and jewelry will merge into one: a copious panel of international speakers will outline all the connections between these two worlds, each of which, starting from creativity, gives life in its own way to works of art to be admired or worn.

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