Vicenzaoro September, The Jewellery Boutique Show, will be held from September 8 to September 12 in Vicenza. From September 8 to September 10, VO’Clock Privé, the modern watchmaking show, will also be held there.
The proposals from premium brands from around the world, including confirmations and intriguing new entries, provide a high-level business experience. The best Made in Italy and European production with several firms from Germany, France, and Spain, as well as proposals from the rest of the globe, particularly Asia with enterprises from Thailand, will be featured in the ICON community, where high jewellery creations will define trends.
The leading names on display will include Damiani, with its recognisable and classic designs; Roberto Coin, with its vibrant collections and distinctively clean lines; and Crivelli from Valenza, which combines precious stones with various gold tones. Then there is Florence-based Annamaria Cammilli, whose research into the surfaces and textures of gold has been elevated to an art form, and FOPE from Vicenza with its patented technology of tiny springs that makes gold link chains flexible.
There will also be a large number of vintage jewellery companies exhibiting, including Leo Pizzo, Mirco Visconti, Davite & Delucchi, Giorgio Visconti, and World Diamond Group. These companies uphold the goldsmithing history in the Veneto and Piedmont areas.
Numerous high-end jewellery brands from other countries will be featured in the event, including Autore, one of the biggest South Sea pearl firms in the world, Schreiner Fine Jewellery from Germany, Yoko London from England and Dámaso Martinez from Spain. There will also be displays from the German business Stenzhorn, whose products use an undetectable setting process, and the French company Akillis, which makes rock-style jewellery with simple yet striking graphic lines.
The business experience in September will be further enriched by numerous interesting new entries even in addition to the Vicenzaoro January 2023 edition. These include the Spanish company Carrera y Carrera, which, with more than 135 years of jewellery-making will be offering creations inspired by art, architecture and nature. Also showcasing will be made-in-Germany design by Jörg Heinz, renowned for its system of interchangeable; the classic and more traditional lines of Staurino Fratelli, a key player in the Valenza gold district for four generations with creations that have even been appreciated by Hollywood divas such as Sandra Bullock; and the jewellery of Maison Birks, the Canadian high jewellery leader. Vicenzaoro September will also mark the return of the historic Valenza brand Vendorafa, recently taken over by Gismondi 1754 to complete the group’s offer and especially for the brand’s recognised presence abroad, especially in the United States and Japan. Also back in Vicenza, the French brand Djula, acquired in 2020 by the Chinese group Fosun, with its glam rock-inspired jewellery, much appreciated by singers Rihanna, Beyoncé and Ariana Grande.
Vicenzaoro‘s treasure trove of design will also include high jewellery pieces by Leonori, contemporary pieces by Mousson Atelier, innovative pieces by Antonini Milano, which celebrities like Halle Berry, Anne Hathaway, and Taylor Swift have worn on the red carpet, and the Dreamboule rings by Beniamino Crocco, which combine watchmaking tradition, goldsmith tradition, and liquid alchemy.