U.S. Antique Shows reported that attendance at the New York Antique
Jewelry & Watch Show was up 25 percent over last year, the
largest increase since the show began five years ago.
“There was a huge line on opening day and after that it
also had the strongest attendance from the public ever,” said Andrea
Canady, fair director, in a statement. “Great traffic on opening day and strong sales were reported by
many attending dealers as well.”
The event took place at The Metropolitan Pavilion from July
The next show for U.S. Antique Shows is The Miami Beach
Antique Jewelry & Watch Show, scheduled for October 14–16 at
The Miami Beach Convention Center.