Snapshots From Warsaw’s Gold Silver Time Fair

Where indigenous materials meet modern aesthetics

The annual Gold Silver Time (GST) trade show in Poland took place Oct. 2–4 at the Expo XXI center in Warsaw, the country’s lovely capital city. I was lucky enough to attend this year, and I hope you’ll check out my full report from the show here.

Forthwith, a few fun shots from the show floor and beyond!

Dragon ring by Ostrowski Design

Polish jewelry designer Ewa Lewanowicz, who creates outre pieces using semiprecious stones mixed with fabric and plastic elements, in her boutique in Warsaw

Pretty enamel pieces

The swooping roof of the Zlote Tarasy shopping and entertainment center in central Warsaw

The extraordinary view from the 40th floor bar at the Marriott Warsaw

An entire room is dedicated to amber, Poland’s most famous jewelry export, at Warsaw’s Museum of the Earth of Polish Academy of Sciences

An incredible sculpture in the amber-themed room at the Museum of the Earth

Amber jewelry with hammered silver at the show

A silver wire necklace by family-owned firm Wyganowscy

My favorite bracelets at GST, by Wyganowscy

Jewelry and interior design sales executive Dominika Olejnik and JCK‘s sales rep in Eastern Europe, Mirek Kraczkowski


JCK Magazine Editor