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Las Vegas Antique Jewelry & Watch Show Announces New Dates, Location

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It boasts nearly 400 vendors.

(Press Release) NEW YORK, NY — U.S. Antique Shows’ annual Las Vegas Antique Jewelry & Watch Show will take place this year at a new location, the Las Vegas Convention Center, June 5-8, opening the same day as JCK. This trade-only event boasts nearly 400 vendors of antique, vintage and estate jewelry and watches representing a wide range of eras, from Renaissance to contemporary. The show includes elegant signed pieces from names such as Cartier, Rolex, David Webb, Harry Winston and Van Clef & Arpels.

“We’re excited to make the Las Vegas Convention Center our new home for our show this year,” said Dan Darby, vice president of Emerald Expositions and general manager of U.S. Antique Shows. “With the addition of several new exhibitors, we’ll have a greater breadth of merchandise than in years past; we’re confident our 21st year will be one of our best yet!”

Three additional Emerald Expositions shows will be running concurrently in Las Vegas during Jewelry Market Week: ACRE, the premier wholesale craft exposition in North America; Jewellery Box, a new event for high-quality, on-trend jewelry at accessible price points; and The COUTURE Show, featuring designer fine jewelry and luxury timepieces.

U.S. Antique Shows serves the unique needs of the antique and antique jewelry marketplace with shows in Las Vegas, Miami and New York. The group’s events offer a broad range of antiques as well as vintage and estate jewelry and watches, annually drawing more than 50,000 consumers and 3,000 dealers from 28 countries.

U.S. Antique Shows is a division of Emerald Expositions, whose jewelry portfolio includes trade and consumer events including the U.S. Antique Shows, COUTURE, ACRE, JA New York, and JA New York Special Delivery.

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