Get to know from our INHORGENTA MUNICH team, what you can expect in the six trade show halls

Michael Munteanu (c) Messe München

Michael Munteanu, Hall B1 “Fine Jewelry”

“Halle B1 ‘Fine Jewelry’ brings together the ‘Who is Who’ of the jewelry manufactories and wedding ring smithies in a particularly stylish ambience. Jewelry made of gold, platinum and palladium, studded with precious stones and diamonds: here, visitors can find everything that is genuine and precious. For me, the Jewelry Shows are the special highlight of this hall: international models present selected jewelry highlights on the catwalk. Fashion, jewelry and show—exciting and inspiring at the same time.”

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Angelika Wildegger (c) Messe München

Angelika Wildegger, Hall C2 “Contemporary Design”

“New names, new ideas, breathtaking design: the most fascinating jewelry designers from around the globe will gather in Hall C2 ‘Contemporary Design’—you would scarcely find a greater variety at any other trade show! Exhibitors from Brazil, Israel, Colombia and Mauritius, among others, will take part this year. In particular, I am very much looking forward to the presentation of our partner country, Poland, who will bring the spectacular amber exhibition ‘Baltic Amber. Tradition & Innovation’ exhibition to Munich.”

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Laura Bihlmaier (c) Messe München

Laura Bihlmaier, Hall C1 “Carat”

“Hall C1 ‘Carat’ marks the beginning of everything that we will meet as a ring or pendant later on: ranging from sapphires, emeralds and rubies to fire opals and spinels, here, goldsmiths and manufactories can find all rare treasures from nature, which are transformed into sparkling jewelry by their imagination and their hands. I am particularly pleased to meet a great number of well-known new exhibitors this year, as for example Paul Wild, Arnoldi International, Gustav O. Hahn, Herbert Klein and HC Arnoldi.”

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Laura Bihlmaier, Hall B2 “Elegance und Lifestyle”

“The name of Hall B2 ‘Elegance & Lifestyle’ says it all: that is where classic jewelry merges with the latest trend pieces, timeless elegance with the traditional art of making jewelry, spectacular novelties with lifestyle creations. To underline this character, we have given the hall an ‘update’, endowing it with ‘Lifestyle Isles’—as we call them—in its central aisles. It is worthwhile casting a glance at them: you can discover new products by young brands and traditional exhibitors.”

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Laura Bihlmaier, Hall A1 “Timepieces”

“Hall A1 ‘Timepieces’ reunites all types of timepieces in one place. Whether as smart or as connected watches, or in the best mechanical tradition – here you will find the entire spectrum of products by Casio, Junghans, Fossil or Victorinox, among others. The ‘Mens Club’, a vintage, very stylish lounge with casino atmosphere and roulette tables, is new this year. In addition, the hall accommodates a forum for wooden watches and shows the prize-winning timepieces of the ‘Goldene Unruh’ competition exclusively and live for the first time.”

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Carolin Kindermann (c) Messe München

Carolin Kindermann, Hall A2 “Technology & Bijoux”

“Everything that is essential to design, manufacture and sell jewelry and watches is on display in Hall A2 ‘Technology & Bijoux’. Exhibitors present ideas for shop fitting and packaging as well as for tools and security solutions. Manufacturers of costume jewelry have their place here, too—no matter whether they present finished fashion pieces, semi-precious stones, semi-finished products or accessories. The forum for the watchmaking trades will certainly be a highlight. Here, four schools will once again show their proficiency.”

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