New York City Jewelry & Watch Show

A lavish fair displaying exquisite pieces of jewelry and watches, New York City Jewelry & Watch Show has been organised annually for 5 years and has since grown in size. The fair offers retailers, dealers and the general public the chance to purchase original and unique antique, modern high quality jewelry and timepieces. Reputable galleries and watchmakers exhibit diamonds, pearls, rubies, silver and gold pieces. Artisan works of jewelled art and signed pieces are showcase and the range is wide. Indeed, there are items from the Art Deco period, Edwardian era and Victorian times alongside modern creations. The show truly offers the opportunity to buy one-of-a-kind items and unique pieces that are rarely seen elsewhere.

In light of global health concerns regarding COVID-19, the New York City Jewelry & Watch Show is postponed until 22 – 25 October 2021.

New York City Jewelry & Watch Show 2021

Location

Metropolitan Pavilion
125 West 18th Street
New York, Ny 10011
United States

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Opening hours

23-24 October: 11am – 7pm
25 October: 11am – 4pm

Entrance Fee

General Admission: $20

Mediums

Jewels
Watches

Art Periods

Antique
Modern

Contact
Ny Luxury Design Fair

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