Global Apparel Market – An Overview | Watch NOW! | Ad
Home / Knowledge / News / Fashion / IBERJOYA highlights brands' focus on designer jewellery
IBERJOYA highlights brands' focus on designer jewellery
05
Dec '09
The forty-third edition of IBERJOYA, the International Jewellery, Silverware, Watch and Related Industry Exhibition, ended last 13th September. This event, which is organised by IFEMA, took place in Hall 10 at FERIA DE MADRID and presented the products and services of 350 exhibiting companies. The fair, which was staged within the framework of Giftrends Madrid and coincided with INTERGIFT and BISUTEX, welcomed some 13,794 professionals. The three events as a whole recorded the attendance of a total of 48,992 professionals.

Another outstanding aspect of the fair was the strong level of attendance on the part of foreign buyers. On this occasion, they numbered nearly one thousand professionals from 69 different countries, including large groups from Portugal, Italy, France, Germany, India and the United States.

From Spain itself, after the visitors from Madrid, who accounted for 24.3% of the overall figure, we might mention the professionals who attended the fair from the Regions of Andalusia(15.09%), Valencia(8.95%), Catalonia(7.10%), Castile-Leon(6.48%) and Galicia(6.07%).

On this occasion the IBERJOYA exhibition reflected the desire of the exhibiting companies to boost trade activity with a number of different product lines, although always based on high levels of quality. In this respect, the exhibition featured everything ranging from exclusive pieces of designer jewellery, timepieces and silverware - all at the cutting-edge in terms of materials, designs and fashion - to numerous collections aimed at general consumers, lines that also presented the high levels of quality and appeal that traditionally characterise Spanish products. Alongside these items, the fair also presented the latest technological developments under the heading of machinery,window-dressing techniques, jewellery boxes ...etc., all of which form part of related industries.

Among some of the most prominent trends at this edition, the jewellery section presented a predominance of highly versatile pieces featuring considerable movement. Details inspired by nature and the world of animals, alongside coquettish camellias and all kinds of floral motifs sculpted in precious stone adorned a large number of the collections, together with mythological figures as the central motif in one of the starring items on this occasion: the brooch. Rings stood out for their incorporation of stones in very bright colours and for their extraordinary size, whilst earrings, in general, were presented in very long format and adorned with a profusion of stones.

We must make special mention of the pearls, which were presented in all kinds of colours, ranging from white to chocolate and including shades such as pistachio and grey. They formed part of numerous jewellery designs, combining successfully with diamonds and white gold. In the more commercial lines, visitors came across a large number of designs made of silver combined with semi-precious stones.


Must ReadView All

SABIC signs MoU with PRC province for petrochem complex

Textiles | On 26th Sep 2018

SABIC signs MoU with PRC province for petrochem complex

The Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (SABIC) recently announced the ...

New Pakistani federation to fight for workers' rights

Textiles | On 26th Sep 2018

New Pakistani federation to fight for workers' rights

The various unions in Pakistan’s textile and garment industry...

Courtesy: Pexels

Textiles | On 26th Sep 2018

Fitch raises growth forecast for India to 7.8% in 2018-19

Rating agency Fitch last week raised India’s growth forecast for...

Interviews View All

Manfred Mentges, Sedo Treepoint GmbH

Manfred Mentges
Sedo Treepoint GmbH

We see a higher demand in colour management systems, as customers see big...

Neel Sawhney, One Friday

Neel Sawhney
One Friday

‘The share of kidswear segment in the online sector is still small in...

Manuj Terapanthi, Texaura

Manuj Terapanthi
Texaura

Transparent supply chain and fair trade will boost sustainable market

Urmil Arya,

Urmil Arya

Sushila International, a well established textile organisation established ...

Tina Antoniades,

Tina Antoniades

India-headquartered Lulu & Sky is a rapidly escalating brand with the...

Abhishek Pachauri,

Abhishek Pachauri

Reckon Industries adapts latest systems for manufacturing from designing...

Isabel Herranz, European School of Business & innovation

Isabel Herranz
European School of Business & innovation

Cutting-edge ideas like the Internet of Things and artificial intelligence ...

Justin Chan & Shyam Gollakota, University of Washington

Justin Chan & Shyam Gollakota
University of Washington

A fabric that can store data without any electronics or batteries has been ...

Pierre Wiertz, EDANA

Pierre Wiertz
EDANA

Pierre Wiertz talks about the vast world of sustainable nonwovens and...

Amiben Shroff, Shrujan

Amiben Shroff
Shrujan

From its modest beginning in the late 1960s, Shrujan has grown into a...

Chandani Sahi, By Chandani

Chandani Sahi
By Chandani

By Chandani is a womenswear prêt couture brand with fusion silhouettes by...

Judy Frater, Somaiya Kala Vidya

Judy Frater
Somaiya Kala Vidya

Among the many honours showered on Frater, including Fulbright and Ford...

Press Release

Press Release

Letter to Editor

Letter to Editor

RSS Feed

RSS Feed

Submit your press release on


editorial@fibre2fashion.com

Letter To Editor






(Max. 8000 char.)

Search Companies





SEARCH

Leave your Comments


October 2018

Subscribe today and get the latest update on Textiles, Fashion, Apparel and so on.

news category


Related Categories:

Advanced Search