04 May 2018

GemGenève, the new jewelry fair

Disappointed by traditional fairs, antique jewelry dealer Thomas Faerber and precious stone dealer Ronny Totah launched GemGenève. For this new show, the well-known duo immediately mobilized a hundred exhibitors, from Pat Saling and Véronique Bamps to the ultra-discreet jeweler Robert Procop, who presents a collection created with Angelina Jolie and her daughter Zahara. The show also introduces contemporary designers such as Julia Muggenburg for Belmacz, Fabio Salini and Nadia Morgenthaler. This latest gathering, which promises the very best from collectors and curators, looks set to be very exciting indeed. For all the latest from GemGenève, read The French Jewelry Post from May 9, 2018.

 

From May 9 to May 13 2018 at Palexpo, Geneva

  • Faerber

  • Belmacz

  • Nadia Morgenthaler

  • Antwerp Cut

  • Pat Saling - René Lalique neclace

  • Michael Gad

  • Procop - Collection "Style of Jolie"

  • Emmanuel Tarpin - Bcucles d'oreilles en ??? et diamants

  • EMCO

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