Dateline: Munich

The annual fair is creating a niche for itself as a must-go venue for jewelers who focus on cutting-edge designer goods or want unusual twists on traditional styles. It's also a lot of fun for techies. Inhorgenta Europe 2007, held Feb. 23–26 at the New Munich Trade Fair Centre in Munich, Germany, featured 1,183 exhibitors from 44 countries, including purveyors of finished jewelry, equipment and technology, loose gemstones, and watches. It also featured a special pavilion for designer jewelry and new artisans. Show management said more than 30,000 visitors attended the four-day event, which encompassed 64,500 square meters of exhibition space. The most notable trend at the Inhorgenta fair was jewelers' innovative use of technology in their designs. Global design trends such as circles, spheres, and shades of brown—like Yvel's chocolate Tahitian pearl collection—were evid
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