1. New York City Jewelry Week is now scheduled for November 18-24. Now, the second NYCJW held in the whole city has launched an expansion plan with more international perspectives.
The organizers said NYCJW is presenting international curators and designers, to exhibit contemporary jewelry exhibitions and projects with artists from Italy, Korea, Sweden, Greece, Denmark, Britain, Canada, France and Germany. The organizers also pointed out that the Museum of Art and Design will display Greek jewelry.
2. September Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair was held in south China’s Hong Kong. The fair held from Sept. 18 to 22 at Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Center has attracted over 3,700 exhibitors from around the world.
3. Royal Mint makes jewellery as people go cashless. As people are using less cash, the Royal Mint has expanded its offering by turning to jewellery making. Traditional coin-pressing techniques are used to make much of the jewellery. But currency is still the bedrock of their business.
4. Tiffany & Co. opened a huge exhibition of “Vision and Virtue” in Shanghai, displaying long-standing works in immersed multi-story cabinets, including items never seen before. With more than 350 works, it is the largest exhibition of its kind, and the brand will try its best to attract Chinese luxury consumers.
5. The 64th Bangkok Gemstone and Jewelry Exhibition was a great success, with total sales exceeding 56 million. The second exhibition of this year was held from September 10 to 14, 2019, with the theme `The Magic Hand of Thailand: The Spirit of Jewelry Making’. Compared with the same period last year, the Expo attracted 13% of international visitors.