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New York Jewelry & Watch Show Set for October

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The show returns to the Metropolitan Pavilion.

(Press Release) MIAMI BEACH, FL – The New York Jewelry & Watch Show, produced by the Palm Beach Show Group, returns to the New York Metropolitan Pavilion Oct. 27-30. Set to display extravagant collections from more than 80 international exhibitors, this year’s event will include striking vintage pieces of jewelry, antique watches and a curated selection of contemporary pieces.

This year’s exhibition highlights include marquee pieces from a number of renowned dealers, including: Cohen & Pariser, Global Gems, Glorious Antique Jewelry and Only Authentics.

A stunning array of Victorian, Art Deco, Edwardian and Contemporary collections will be displayed at the New York City Jewelry & Watch Show by over 80 exhibitors, including jewelry brands, wholesalers, retailers and diamond and gemstone suppliers throughout the four-day expo. Open to both members of the public and industry professionals, the show will provide the chance to purchase from world-renowned dealers.

“This show proves the adage that everything old is new again,” said Scott Diament, CEO of the Palm Beach Show Group. “These exhibitors bring pieces of global history back to life and showcase items that are precious not only because of their price tag but also because of their beauty and antiquity, which grants buyers the opportunity to own a piece of history.”

Presented by the Palm Beach Show Group, the New York City Jewelry & Watch Show will take place Oct. 27-30, 2017, at the Metropolitan Pavilion, 125 West 18th St., New York, NY 10011. For additional information about the New York City Jewelry & Watch Show, visit www.NYCJAWS.com. General admission to the show is $20 for a four-day pass.

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