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Melbourne Fine Jewellery Fair to dazzle in 2006

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Dec '05
Melbourne Fine Jewellery Fair (MFJ) will take place from Sunday 30th April – Tuesday 2nd May at the Melbourne Exhibition and Convention Centre and will once again showcase the latest in superior classic and contemporary jewellery designs.

Now in its fifth year, MFJ, an exquisite fine jewellery Fair will be held a little later in the year as buyers and exhibitors alike have indicated this timing as their preference. As a result the Fair will no longer run alongside Reed Gift Fairs Melbourne.

“unable to hold the Fair during the normal time of year due to the Melbourne Commonwealth Games, undertook extensive surveys that revealed these dates were favoured amongst both exhibitor and visitor base,” said Debbie Evans, Exhibition Director.

“The new dates provide retailers with the perfect opportunity to purchase final Mother's Day stock and prepare retailers for the latest upcoming trends for Christmas”.

With an impressive calibre of international and Australian designers exhibiting at the Fair, MFJ will once again raise the benchmark in fine jewellery with variety of wholesalers including Mia Diamonds Australia, A. Weiner & Co, Miller Diamonds, ADJ Australia and Alija International.

MFJ is proudly supported by the Gemmological Association of Australia (Victoria Division) and the National Council of Jewellery Valuers Australia (Victoria Division).

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