With around 800 exhibitors and a high level of internationality, INHORGENTA MUNICH reaffirms its position as Europe's leading trade fair for jewelry, watches and gemstones. Italian and French joint pavilions will make their debut, and there will be many new international exhibitors present. The fair will take place from February 24 to 27, 2023.
"Again, the participation in INHORGENTA MUNICH is growing to become more international than ever. So far, around 800 exhibitors have registered, almost half of which—48 percent—come from abroad," explains Maritta Lepp, INHORGENTA’s Exhibition Director. In 2022, 45 percent of the 732 exhibitors were from abroad.
Italian jewelry companies Damiani, Cielo Venezia 1270 and the World Diamond Group, for example, will be taking part for the first time. From Germany, Christ will have its premiere with the brands Esprit, Jette Joop, Guido Maria Kretschmer and Favs. Returning from Switzerland after a long break will be the luxury watch brand Raymond Weil.
Organized by the industry association Francéclat, the French joint pavilion will gather the watch brands YEMA, Pierre Lannier, BRISTON, Lip, Beaubleu, Montres Michel Herbelin and March LA.B in Hall A1. From Italy, Misis, Nuova Jolly Oreficerie, Graziella Group, Vintage Bijoux SAS di Petrone Cosmo, Sara Preziosi, F.LLI Moraglione, Boccadamo, Gieffe, Magalini Franco, GIA, Fab Gobbetti, Fonsi and Mario Porzio will present themselves at a joint pavilion in Hall B2 ‘Elegance & Lifestyle’.
The Watch Boutique in Hall A1 will host presentations by MeisterSinger, Mühle-Glashütte, SEIKO, Tutima Glashütte, Michel Herbelin, Alexander Shorokhoff and Raymond Weil. The Salon Suisse enjoys an increasing demand, with the brands Al-Time, Aerowatch, Continental and Elka Watch participating for the first time—while Belchengruppe and Jean Marcel will be among the repeat exhibitors. Other big-name brands in the watch hall will include Citizen, Festina, Garmin, Junghans, Liu Jo, Mondaine Watch, Montres Edox as well as Nordgreen. Returning to the show after a break will also be Casio and Staudt Chronometrie.
The demand for Hall B1 ‘Fine Jewelry’ even exceeded the space available; Gellner, Hans D. Krieger, Meister, Marco Bicego and Pasquale Bruni are now among the exhibitors. In Hall B2 'Elegance & Lifestyle’, exhibitors will include Thomas Sabo, Argenterie Giovanni Raspini, Coeur de Lion, Bernd Wolf, Bering. Registered exhibitors in the 'Contemporary Design & Vision' area in Hall C2 include Brigitte Adolph Jewellery Design, Eva Strepp, MANU Schmuckdesign and Oliver Schmidt. The gemstone Hall C1 'Carat', for example, will feature Abouchar, A. Ruppenthal, Groh + Ripp, Ph. Hahn Söhne as well as Karl Faller—and in Hall A2 for 'Technology, Packaging & Bijoux' there will be Agosi, Dahlinger, Beco, Boley and Flume.