Jewellery show to be autumn highlight for international retailers.

Gemworld Munich, part of the annual Munich Show, is set to offer an exciting collection of jewellery and gemstone exhibitors as it returns for a third year this October, welcoming visitors across the world.

The Munich-based show will take place at the Munich International Trade Fairs show halls from October 28 to 30. The show will boast four different areas – dubbed worlds – and is part of the wider Munich Show, dedicated to gemstones and minerals.


In the three years since the Gemworld trade show became an extra go-to at the Munich Show, it already attracts visitors from across the world and more than 250 exhibitors are signed up this year’s event.

In a venue of over 12,000 square metres international exhibitors including designers, goldsmiths and jewellers will meet attendees, while smaller exhibitors and manufacturers from overseas use Munich as their access to the European market.

“Our goal is to offer a high quality platform that adequately reflects the market while maintaining its individual and personal character”, said Christoph Keilmann, CEO of the Munich Show. The Munich Show itself – the parent show of Gemworld – is in its 47th year, providing the Gemshow team with decades of experience in the trade industry.

Highlights at this year’s show include the Gemworld-Pavilion, where renowned and prestigious lapidaries and gem dealers will present their masterpieces. Members of the public will be able to attend the show on the Saturday and Sunday to purchase precious stones.

Another highlight of the Munich Show will be a special exhibit called the European Classics, presenting an exclusive exhibition around the legendary blue Wittelsbach-Diamond – today called Wittelsbach-Graff.

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