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Haute Jewels Geneva Announces 2024 Dates


Mark your calendars. The fourth edition of Haute Jewels Geneva will take place April 8–15, 2024 across two locations.

With 17 new exhibitors and 38 brands exhibiting in total, the show is expanding from its traditional location at the Fairmont Grand Hotel to a second location at the InterContinental Hotel.

Haute Jewels 2023 show G.Maillot
Views of Lake Geneva from Haute Jewels Geneva 2023 (photo: Agency Point of Views CH)

Staged concurrently with the Watches and Wonders show at the Palexpo Convention Center, Haute Jewels Geneva is a bastion of high-end, mostly European jewelry design that offers buyers a reprieve from 24-7 timepieces during Geneva watch week. Founded in 2019 by four luxury jewelry brands­—Yoko London, Roberto Coin, Sutra, and Crivelli—the show returned to Geneva in 2022 and 2023, following a two-year pandemic-related hiatus.

Haute Jewels 2023 crowd
Founders of participating brands at ribbon cutting ceremony of Haute Jewels Geneva 2023 (photo: Agency Point of Views CH)

Brands exhibiting at the Fairmont include: Annamaria Cammilli, Baraka, Bayco, Carrera y Carrera, Crivelli, Dolce & Gabbana, Etho Maria, Gorgoglione, Hans D. Krieger, Leo Pizzo, Marco Bicego, Mariani, Palmiero, Pasquale Bruni, Picchiotti, Roberto Coin, Scott West, Serafino Consoli, Sicis Jewels,  Stenzhorn, Sutra, Verdi, and Yoko London.

Yoko London necklace
Necklace in 18k white gold with 6.5 mm–7 mm Japanese akoya pearls and 13.6 cts. t.w. diamonds, $60,000; Yoko London
Sicis Jewels collar
Trinity Sunset necklace in 18k gold with diamonds and micromoasic, $16,668; Sicis Jewels
Fullord bracelet
Ariane bracelet in 18k rose gold with 1.96 cts. t.w. diamonds, $16,406; Fullord

Those at the InterContinental include: AWKN1, Busatti 1947, Butani, Capolavoro, Casato, Chimento, Fabio Collection, FerriFirenze, Fullord, Lenti & Villasco, Luisa Rosas, Maison J’Or, Mattia Cielo, Piero Milano, and Zancan Gioielli.

One of the show’s key aims, according to a press statement, is “to remove the formality from the traditional trade show experience, providing a relaxed atmosphere for both clients and exhibitors to discover exclusive jewelry designs.”

Top: Lunaria convertible earrings in 18k yellow gold with sapphires and diamonds, $23,350; Marco Bicego

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By: Victoria Gomelsky

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