Inventive designs, high-quality craftsmanship and rare gemstones from across the globe. These are the ingredients for one of the most anticipated jewellery events on Switzerland’s social calendar: Haute Jewels Geneva. Back for its third instalment, from Sunday 26th March – Sunday 2nd April 2023, this year’s edition takes place at the sophisticated Fairmont Hotel and continues the mission of showcasing the world’s finest jewellery brands in a more intimate setting.
A carefully curated selection of fine jewellery brands
With an expanded list of 23 high-end jewellery brands— including newcomers Karen Suen, Busatti 1947, Casato and Pasquale Bruni, whose hand made creations have been seen on everyone from Jennifer Lopez, to Michelle Obama and Amal Clooney — the exhibition is aimed at celebrating exceptional artisans and the unrivalled creativity in the world of fine jewellery. The carefully curated selection of brands all offer something different, but are like-minded in their approach to using traditional, and in most cases, centuries-old techniques, along with the finest materials to create show-stopping jewellery.
Exceptional craftsmanship and artful jewellery design
From US-based Bayco Jewels to the famed Crivelli jewellery house, leading creators from all over the globe are represented, with an impressive variety of designs and rare gemstones on display. Italian-born Marco Bicego keeps the end-to-end productions in their headquarters in Trissino, using traditional goldsmith techniques to create contemporary pieces inspired by organic forms found in nature, while emerging Busatti 1947 champions ‘handmade in Italy,’ and implements precious and unconventional stones to create unique, one-off designs. Elsewhere, world-renowned brands like Roberto Coin, who handcrafts elegant jewellery with a distinctive ruby trademark, and Pasquale Bruni, who gained global success with his nature-inspired creations made from ethically sourced gemstones, are sure to capture your hearts.
An intimate setting that allows visitors and exhibitors to connect
Although Haute Jewels Geneva has grown exponentially, one of its key goals is to remove the formality of the traditional trade show experience and create a relaxed atmosphere that enables both visitors and exhibitors to connect on a deeper level. Its intimate layout facilitates new possibilities for networking, and without question, puts the focus back on the jewellery, enabling visitors to gain a better understanding of the pieces in front of them. At Haute Jewels Geneva, you’ll immerse yourself in the rich history and culture behind each creation, and get up close to the incredible craftsmanship that goes into creating each masterpiece.
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