Strong Italian showing seen at INHORGENTA


Strong Italian showing seen at INHORGENTA

MUNICH, January 2019 – Italy will be represented at INHORGENTA MUNICH (February 22-25, 2019) by 70 exhibitors, including a number of well-established brands.

Pesavento, Misani Milano, Crivelli, Gielle Base Oro, Roberto Demeglio, Adolfo Courrier, Serafino, Fraleoni, Fiore Gioielli, Annamaria Cammilli, Nanis and Marco Bicego — the list of Italian brands that will be present in Munich is long.

With 70 companies, Italy has the second strongest showing of exhibitors at INHORGENTA MUNICH 2019 after Germany.

Italian jewelry is in demand around the world. Delicate designs are paired with high-quality materials such as gold, for which 18 carat alloys are almost exclusively used in Italian manufactures.

One fact reveals just how well received they are: in 2017, the Italian jewelry industry saw a revenue increase of 8.9 percent, as well as an increase in exports of around 12 percent.

Italian brands impressed the jury of the INHORGENTA AWARD. In 2017 designer Roberto Demeglio received the award in the category “Designer of the Year.”

And for the jewelry piece “Transformista,” which she designed for her brand Nanis, Laura Bicego took home the award for the category “Fine Jewelry” in 2018.

In 2019, Marco Bicego will be present at INHORGENTA MUNICH for the first time.

A number of his creations are donned by famous women such as Hillary Clinton, Oprah Winfrey, Melinda Gates and Kylie Minogue.

“Our participation at the trade fair puts us very close to the central and northern European market that appreciates and orders our products,” Bicego said.

“We are thereby solidifying our already strong presence even further.”

Annamaria Cammilli, another big name in the Italian jewelry scene, is also showcasing its products in Munich for the first time.

The Florence-based brand is known for its unusual gold alloys, such as Lemon Bamboo or Pink Champagne.