The seventh edition of GemGenève, the tradeshow especially for jewellery professionals and enthusiasts and open to the public, finished on Sunday evening.
Following on from the three previous exhibitions at GemGenève (Fabulous Carl Fabergé, Micromosaics through the ages and Automatons and Music) GemGenève’s organisers are keen to promote jewellery heritage alongside all the related Métiers d’art, offering institutions, ﬁrms and discerning collectors a more prominent place as part of the exhibition’s cultural programme.
The Strong & Precious Art Foundation is taking part in the GemGenève jewellery tradeshow on 2-5 November 2023. This is the fourth time the Foundation will be presented at the exhibition, featuring already known Ukrainian brands and jewellery designers from the previous years, as well as showcasing the new ones.
GemGenève is proud to be welcoming nine talented designers curated by Nadège Totah: five Emerging Talents and four New Designers who as such, will be able to benefit from greater visibility in the show’s Designer Village, which brings together all the young talents represented at GemGenève. Their works offer a fascinating insight into a world of highly diverse ideas and sources of inspiration, full of innovation and ingenuity and highlighting each artist’s individual personality.
For its seventh edition, GemGenève is staging a poetic exhibition entitled The Pearl Odyssey. Bringing together over thirty jewels and outstanding pieces, the exhibition once again bears witness to the tradeshow’s commitment to promoting jewellery arts. Chaumet, the Flee Project collective, an important private collector, and a number of partner exhibitors have joined forces for this unprecedented undertaking, agreeing to display some of their most beautiful items.
The seventh edition of GemGenève will be held in Hall 6 at Palexpo from 2 to 5 November 2023. GemGenève founders Thomas Faerber and Ronny Totah are proud to announce that the show will host 148 jewellery dealers from 18 countries. In all, counting colleges, designers, laboratories and other cultural partners, there are expected to be just over 175 exhibitors.
The sixth edition of GemGenève, the tradeshow especially for jewellery professionals and enthusiasts and open to the public, finished on Sunday evening. A total of 4,320 visitors came to Palexpo to discover the outstanding gemstones and new releases on display at GemGenève. While the exhibitors concentrated on new business over the four days, the general public had the opportunity to find out more about the many facets of the world of jewellery, a unique experience for first-time buyers and seasoned collectors alike.
The “Donna Jewel x GemGenève” project arose from a desire to give voice to creativity, culture and self-expression through the art of jewelry. The goldsmith’s art thus becomes a language of freedom and universal innovation.
Strong & Precious is an art foundation that aims to educate jewelry, art and heritage lovers on contemporary Ukrainian culture. The project wants to acquaint the world with the origins and traditions of the jewelry school, to show the opulence of historical roots and the foundations of the jewelry style and craftsmanship going back centuries.
The sixth edition of this key event for jewellery professionals and enthusiasts will be running from Thursday 11 May to Sunday 14 May 2023 in Palexpo Hall 1, with 13,000 sqm of exhibition space. Once again, the show has been timed to coincide with Geneva Luxury Week’s major spring auctions.1 The event’s designers are already hard at work on a new setting in which plants, organic life, and light are the dominant themes, in a pavilion that will be hosting GemGenève for the very first time.