Numerous exhibitors at the recent Vicenzaoro September have expressed their delight after the show made a triumphant return from 9-13 September at Vicenza Exhibition Centre. 

Organised by the Italian Exhibition Group (IEG), the international gold and jewellery show was last held in 2019 but returned with a bang as more than 1,000 brands exhibited at the event. 

Figures from IEG show that overall attendance was up 10 percent compared to three years ago, while there was also a significant increase of 20 percent when it came to foreign attendees. 


Commenting on the show, Nico Clary, head of wholesale for Fabergé, said: “Vicenzaoro September 2022 was a very successful event for Fabergé in terms of business, visitors and press, despite a complicated socio-economic and political period. 

“We are extremely satisfied because we met many of our partners and developed new contacts and relations from all over the world in an edition that provided the stage for us to exhibit our object d’art dedicated to Game of Thrones, a unique piece presented for the first time in Europe at Vicenzaoro.”

Federico Zonta, CEO of D’orica, added: “This edition of Vicenzaoro confirmed the already positive trend of the current year. It provided an opportunity to meet customers that we hadn’t seen for a long time because of the pandemic and who have shown marked confidence in the D’orica product. 

“We also received requests from buyers from different countries, who expressed their appreciation for the authenticity of our product and our company philosophy, giving us the chance to open up to interesting new markets.”

The next edition of Vicenzaoro will take place from 20-23 January, 2023. 

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