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Metal & Smith Holds Curated Fine Jewelry Exhibition

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NEW YORK – The Metal & Smith event drew independent jewelry designers, buyers, editors, stylists and bloggers to Mercantile Annex 37.

The one-day event presented lines in entry, mid and high fine price points in an effort to appeal to the needs of an ever-evolving jewelry industry.

With an overall concept of #NotATradeShow, the event introduced 50 international designer lines against the backdrop of floor-to-ceiling windows and white walls and floors. Attendees enjoyed passed hors d’oeuvres and miniature sweets and toasted with Chloe Prosecco and Invo Coconut Water.

Metal & Smith advisers Rachel Ahn, Danielle Miele, Nicola Harrison, Becky Stone, Monica Cotto and Allyson Jones lent their professional talents to hand curating the final 50 designers who were chosen to exhibit.

Another exhibition is slated for January 2017.

Brands represented include Ambyr Childers, Anabel Higgins, Aurora Bailey, Baltera, Bleecker and Prince, Charlton & Lola, Cherut Jewelry, Christine Huber Design, Dana Bronfman, Dawes Design, East 4th Street Jewelry, EC Design, Elizabeth Buenaventura, Emanuela Duca, Eriness Jewelry, Gillian Steinhardt, Goldhenn Jewelry, Hannah Blount, Heather Guidero Jewelry, Hi Jun Parker, Ilana Ariel, Jane Berg Collection, Jewelyrie, Julie Lamb, Kataoka, Katharine Walker, Lee Jones Collection, Liz Phillips, LLY Atelier, Lulu and Shay Fine Jewelry, Lulu & Stella, Margery Hirschey, Marli, Meredith Marks, Michelle Simon, Monica Marcella, Moratorium, Nancy Newberg Jewelry, Onirikka, Roule and Co., Saint Ann Jewelry, Samantha Knight, Sarah Swell, Selin Kent, Sophie Ratner Jewelry, Tap by Todd Pownell, Tura Sugden, Tola Jewelry, Uma K, Variance Objects, VIVANN, Vrai and Oro, Workhorse Jewelry and Yama Jewelry.

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or more information on the event, visit www.metalandsmith.com and follow @metalandsmith on Instagram.

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