Global Gems will have antique and vintage items on display like this Masriera enamel bangle at the upcoming New York City Jewelry & Watch Show.
New York--The New York City Jewelry & Watch Show has announced it will return to the New York Metropolitan Pavilion from Oct. 27 to 30.

The third edition of the event will host over 80 exhibitors displaying antique and vintage jewelry and watches from the Victorian, Art Deco and Edwardian periods, to name a few, as well as some contemporary designs. Wholesalers, retailers, jewelry brands and diamond and gemstone suppliers will all be represented.

Some of the companies slated to exhibit include Cohen & Pariser, Global Gems, Glorious Antique Jewelry and Only Authentics.

The show is open to the public and to the trade. Tickets cost $20 for a four-day pass and are available for purchase at NYCJAWS.com or at the box office during the multi-day event.

A full list of exhibitors can be viewed on the show’s website.

Scott Diament, CEO of the Palm Beach Show Group, said, “This show proves the adage that everything old is new again. 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.”

The Palm Beach Show Group is responsible for several antique jewelry, watch and art shows held around the country, including the recently re-named Miami Beach Jewelry & Watch show.

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