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Israel’s JOVELLA Jewelry Show Scheduled for July

Jun 6, 2016 9:20 AM   By Rapaport News
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RAPAPORT... The 13th edition of JOVELLA, a leading Israeli exhibition of jewelry, will return to its original venue at the David Intercontinental Hotel in Tel Aviv next month.

The show, which will run from July 4 to 5, is moving back after running at the city’s Trade Fairs and Convention Center since 2007.

More than 100 exhibitors from Israel and overseas will attend the fair, displaying loose diamonds, gemstones, gold jewelry, silver jewelry and fashion jewelry, according to the Israel Diamond Institute (IDI). The show will feature a section devoted to young Israeli jewelry designers, many of them graduates of Israel’s leading design schools. In the past, JOVELLA has attracted “thousands” of trade visitors from Israel and abroad.

The exhibition will also include two professional conferences: the 1st Conference for Jewelry Designers in Israel will take place July 4, and the 2nd Annual Conference for Jewelry Retailers will be held on July 5.

The event is organized by the Stier Group, a Tel Aviv-based trade-fair company, in collaboration with the Israel Jewelry Manufacturers’ Association, the Israel Ministry of Economy, the Israel Export and International Cooperation Institute and the IDI.

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