The Miami Beach Jewelry And Watch Show Brings Diamonds And Jewels To One Herald Plaza

Dealer is Jack Weir and Sons

Are you ready to add some more pieces to your jewelry and watch collection? Well, get ready to spice up your life. The Miami Beach Jewelry & Watch Show, by the Palm Beach Show Group, is coming back to Miami on February 1 – 4, 2018. The second edition of the show will be held at One Herald Plaza, where over 100 international dealers will be showcasing amazing jewels and timepieces from brands like Cartier, Rolex, Tiffany & Co., Patek Philippe, Hulot, Omega, and more.

This year’s exhibition includes marquee pieces from a number of renowned dealers including Yafa Signed Jewelry, Symbolic & Chase, Robert Maron, Camilla Dietz Bergeron, Issac Nussbaum, Morelle Davidson, Only Authentics, Luxury Vintage Concepts and Vivid Diamonds.

The four-day expo will include Contemporary, Edwardian, Art Deco and Victorian collections from leading jewelry and watch dealers from around the world. The new waterfront locale adds to the ambiance of the show as guests are surrounded by rare and historic collections as well as fabulous watches.

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Exhibitor Steven Neckman is looking forward to exhibiting at the Miami Beach Jewelry and Watch Show as the new location will help with the overall experience of the show.

“I am very excited about the new location as it is centrally located in Miami, Coral Gables and Miami Beach,” Neckman said. “I know the location has great and easy parking and that the purpose-built facility affords everybody easy entry.”

Charamonde Jewelers, exhibitors that specialize in estate jewelry primarily from fine jewelry houses such as Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels and Harry Winston from the 1950s through the 1970s, are excited to showcase their jewels at the new show location.

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“I think that it’s a great venue! There is a precedence for the new location to have tremendous success for a show,” said Kris Charamonde of Charamonde Jewelers. “The venue is well-known and it’s very successful for the Art Basel fairs that take place there, so I believe our show will do very well.”