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THE BEAUTY OF DREAMS

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CONTENTS

04 IMPRESSIONS

26 JEWELRY

69 WATCHES

84 GEMSTONES


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IMPRESSIONS

THE SHOW goes sailing. Hamburg, the

new gateway to the world of jewelry and

watches: the throbbing Hanseatic city with the

Elbe Philharmonic Hall and the harbor is the unique

backdrop for THE SHOW at historic Schuppen 52.

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IMPRESSIONS

Christian Jürgens, Untitled

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Magic, charm, esprit: THE SHOW provides a

perfect stage for jewelry, gemstones and watches.

For example, with exciting jewelry shows, thrilling

watch talks and inspiring champagne events.

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EDITORIAL

„You can dream,

so dream out loud“

THE BEAUTY OF DREAMS

THE SHOW's mission is to provide a stage for

dreams. “Poetry only comes to life when an actor

brings it to life,” the legendary Austrian writer

Thomas Bernhard once said. Just as a script only

becomes three-dimensional when an actor

brings it to life, THE SHOW takes jewelry and

watch dreams out of the ivory tower to stage and

celebrate them with like-minded people in new

ways and always in an unusual setting. Not a traditional

trade show format, but an event and an

experience for the senses to celebrate the magic

of the “Best of Jewelry and Watches.” In the best

sense of the word: a celebration!

As the bard sings so beautifully, “You can dream,

so dream out loud.”

Shall we continue dreaming together?

Christian Jürgens


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IMPRESSIONS

SEE YOU AT THE SHOW

Selected top brands from all over the world, top-class visitors and a varied

daytime and evening program make THE SHOW an extraordinary meeting place

and a highlight of the jewelry and watch industry.

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IMPRESSIONS


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IMPRESSIONS


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The big fashion show on the

opening day generated an unforgettable

“wow” effect: with creative choreographies,

special screen and lighting effects, and a

rousing soundtrack, THE SHOW offers

intense images and lasting impressions.

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IMPRESSIONS

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HIGHLIGHTS

FASHION SHOWS

Jewelry meets Fashion is the timely motto of THE SHOW. Each catwalk is meticulously

planned, with the models and their outfits selected to match the DNA of each

respective jewelry brand. Verdict: worth seeing!

Individual shows by renowned brands such as Marco Bicego, Hans D. Krieger, Niessing, Picchiotti,

Schmuckwerk, Jörg Heinz, Nanis, Meister, Gellner, Tamara Comolli, Richard Hans Becker, Roberto Coin, Autore and

Stenzhorn paid particular attention to highlighting the typical details of each jewelry collection.

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HIGHLIGHTS

WATCH TALKS

Watch brands in focus: “Watch Pope” Gisbert L. Brunner is a living legend.

At THE SHOW, the charismatic watch connoisseur talked to the most important heads

of the exhibiting watch manufacturers. Verdict: enlightening!

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Topmodel Zoe Helali

mit Schmuck

von Roberto Coin.

01 Gisbert L. Brunner and Matthias Stotz, Junghans 02 Gisbert L. Brunner with Fortis’ owner Jupp Philipp

03 Gisbert L. Brunner with Simon Schön from Garmin

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HIGHLIGHTS

ART WALK

The boundaries of art are fluid... At the ART WALK of the Heissings Art Gallery, jewelry

and watch lovers can take a look at works by renowned artists such as Juliane Hundertmark

and Tibor Pogonyi. Verdict: moving!

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01 A seeker and a finder: gallery owner Heinrich Heissing 02 – 04 With Tibor Pogonyi and

Juliane Hundertmark, the gallerist presented two contrasting artists from the genre of painting

05 Sensual sculptures by the artist Fabian Vogler

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HIGHLIGHTS

TALENTS

France, Austria, Switzerland and Germany: the young TALENTS,

selected by a celebrity jury chaired by Christoph Wellendorff, fascinated visitors

with new jewelry designs. Verdict: inspiring!

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01 Jewelry for the ears from a 3D printer by Austrian architect Marie Boltenstern 02 Mix of cultures: jewelry for the

ears by Jiayi Zhang 03 Sustainable jewelry by Leni Adam with gemstones from the Swiss Alps 04 Beaming faces:

Leni Adam, Julian Perreira, Marie Boltenstern, Christoph Wellendorff, Alix Dumas and Jiayi Zhang (from left)

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STATEMENTS

SPECTACULAR AND

TERRIFIC

“A new, innovative and

convincing concept. And right

here in our own hometown!

I wish THE SHOW a very

bright future.”

Kim-Eva Wempe, Juwelier Wempe

“Congratulations to Christian Jürgens!

He impressively succeeded in bringing a

terrific mix of brands to an unconventional

location during challenging times.

This concept – including the sparkling

stage show – has a bright future.”

Georg Leicht, Juwelier Leicht

“We are thrilled by the relaxed

atmosphere and the great selection.

THE SHOW was a great opportunity for us

to make new contacts in the industry and

to deepen existing ones. The solid offer

of high-quality jewelry exhibitors convinced

us. THE SHOW has the potential to become

a permanent trade show event for

our fall orders.”

Melanie & Olrik Laufer, Juwelier Laufer

“It was an unusual atmosphere here in Schuppen 52.

Presenting luxury items in this environment makes

THE SHOW unique. It was a wonderful contrast and it

was fun and enjoyable just to look at. I experienced a very

special jewelry show that surely ranks among the best

I’ve ever seen. I especially like the way it was additionally

enlivened by artworks, which made you realize:

jewelry is creativity and the joy of colors.”

Jens Lorenz, Juwelier Lorenz

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“We were really looking forward

to THE SHOW and it was a great

chance to meet the industry live

and in person once again. A very nice

ambience in an extraordinary location.

Especially for the jewelry sector,

I thought it was excellent that the

whole thing took place in a rather

intimate atmosphere.”

Lisa Weggenmann, Bucherer Fine Jewellery

“THE SHOW was very informative

and offered a good mix of exhibitors

in an authentic and imaginative

location. For us as jewelers, the

organizer was always supportive

with any questions we had.

We appreciate the organizer’s

dedication and we look forward

to returning next year!”

Annette & Markus Mühlbacher

Hofjuwelier Mühlbacher

“Splendid luxury in Schuppen 52!

This event succeeded in inspiring people

in a dignified harbor atmosphere.

A perfectly thought-out and

exemplary concept assured the

success. I am glad to have been there.

Perhaps it will expand even further?”

Martina Gruber, Juwelier Mahlberg

“THE SHOW was spectacular and terrific!

We dared and arrived together with 13 of

our best customers – and we all had the time

of our lives. Schuppen 52 is spectacular.

Our accommodations in the hotel were

breathtaking. The entertainment and the

evening program were fantastically well

organized. The selection of brands was

absolutely first-rate! THE SHOW will surely

be a red-letter event on my calendar

of trade fairs!”

Kai Pierre Thieß, Juwelier Hilscher

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STATEMENTS

“Schuppen 52 was a truly exceptional

location and the selection of exhibitors

was outstanding. The accompanying

entertainment program was outstandingly

good. I already found this event

great last year. And it has become even

more interesting this year thanks to

the wider spectrum of products.”

Wolfgang Oergel, Juwelier von Hofen

For us and for me personally, THE SHOW

was a very successful event. After the long

dry spell since the first event due to the

lockdown and the cancellations of trade fairs

because of it, we saw how important it is

to meet and share ideas again. Even though

there may be another trade show or

two next year, it would be nice to see

THE SHOW establish itself – not

least in terms of timing.”

Wilhelm Moersch, Juwelier Pletzsch

“THE SHOW was a very beautiful event

in a great location. It was terrific to be

able to share ideas and communicate with

each other in person. The selection was

extensive and very interestingly designed.

I think that next year some other

manufacturers should consider

exhibiting here as well.”

Tobias Rödiger, Juwelier Rödiger

THE SHOW 2021 kept its promise –

numerous national and international

exhibitors with top formats, all gathered

together at a cool harbor location.

It was a successful opportunity for us

to meet our suppliers, see new items

and accept new orders. Our expectations

were fully met!”

Friedrich Jasper, Juwelier Jasper

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“THE SHOW was convincing

once again! A pleasant size,

a good selection of highquality

exhibitors, and all of

this in Hamburg’s unique and

stylishly cool ambience.”

Anja Heiden, Juwelier Wempe

“It was nice to be able to talk

to colleagues and exhibitors again

whom we hadn’t seen for a long

time. In the beautiful atmosphere

of Schuppen 52, we could finally

discuss things again in a relatively

informal way, share ideas and be

inspired. We will surely participate

in THE SHOW again next year!”

Anna-Cathrin Krause, Juwelier Krause

“The trade fair was very

successful for us. We found the

manufacturers whom we needed

and who inspired us. We were able

to work through our program very

well, stress-free and compactly.

The event in Schuppen 52 was

extremely successful and well

organized – with lots of hard

work and love."

Lutz Reuer, Juwelier Reuer

“We experienced THE SHOW as an

interesting concept. The unconventional

location, which we liked very much, and

the compact format compared to the

well-known trade fairs created a relaxed

atmosphere – with plenty of free space

for discussions and new impulses.”

Andrea & Bernd Kippig,

Juwelier Roller

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EXHIBITOR

JEW

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60 Alberti

36 Al Coro

37 Annamaria Cammilli

46 Autore

56 Bigli

53 Capolavoro

40 Crivelli

48 Diamond Group

66 Emil Kraus

54 Emil Weis Opals

64 Fabio Collection

61 Facet

38 Gellner

52 Gismondi 1754

28 Hans D. Krieger

44 Heinz Mayer

59 Hesse

47 Jörg Heinz

68 Luis & Freya

29 Marco Bicego

62 Marion Knorr

65 Mattioli

30 Meister

57 Nanis

31 Niessing

67 Ofir

41 Pasquale Bruni

49 Pesavento

33 Picchiotti

43 Piero Milano

55 Richard Hans Becker

32 Roberto Coin

51 Roberto Demeglio

42 Scheffel

50 Schmuckwerk

34 Schreiner

45 Serafino Consoli

58 Silhouette Schmuck

35 Stenzhorn

39 Tamara Comolli

63 TwentyTen

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BRANDS / JEWELRY

HANS D. KRIEGER

WWW.KRIEGERNET.COM

A breathtaking splendor of jewels welcomed visitors to the stand of the manufactory from

Idar-Oberstein. The diamonds and colored gemstones that are cut and processed into jewelry on

the premises at Hans D. Krieger are genuine masterpieces – now and for generations to come.

“After the successful start last year, our expectations were exceeded this

year. THE SHOW captures the zeitgeist of the industry. It’s a trailblazing

concept that really works. We are looking forward to 2022.”

Andreas Krieger

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BRANDS / JEWELRY

MARCO BICEGO

WWW.MARCOBICEGO.COM

After opening a boutique in Baden-Baden, Marco Bicego has now used THE SHOW to present

his brand’s cult collections – “Lunaria,” “Jaipur,” “Paradise” and “Masai” – as well as one-of-akind

pieces of jewelry, which were the focus of the fashion shows.

“We are very pleased! We met licensed dealers whom we hadn’t seen

in a long time because of the pandemic. But above all, we signed

collaborative agreements with new retailers.”

Cristiano Benvenuti

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BRANDS / JEWELRY

MEISTER

WWW.MEISTERSCHMUCK.DE

Flowing movement, exciting design and perfect technology: Meister, the German-Swiss

manufacturer of jewelry rings and wedding rings, presented in Hamburg the “Girello”

pendant, a long-awaited addition to its iconic line of rotatable rings.

“I am very happy to have been part of the second edition of THE SHOW.

We arrived with much anticipation and were able to spark an absolutely

positive response. We are looking forward to 2022!”

Fabian Meister

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BRANDS / JEWELRY

NIESSING

WWW.NIESSING.COM

Exceptional new products by the design specialists from Vreden ranked among the

strongest audience magnets at THE SHOW.

“THE SHOW was an absolute highlight for us this fall. Visitors

responded enthusiastically to the new watches and the special tension

rings that we presented in this great location.”

Sandro Erl

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BRANDS / JEWELRY

ROBERTO COIN

WWW.ROBERTOCOIN.COM

Roberto Coin numbers among the best-known Italian jewelry manufacturers in the US and

many other countries worldwide. The label celebrated its debut at THE SHOW with its cult

collections and the brand-new “Love in Verona” series.

“We have had little presence in the German market and the entire DACH

region, so these territories are increasingly in our focus. We feel that the format

of THE SHOW, where we met many retail customers, is very successful.”

Francesca Sonaglio

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BRANDS / JEWELRY

PICCHIOTTI

WWW.PICCHIOTTI.IT

Picchiotti has already celebrated its first major international successes in Germany.

With THE SHOW, this jewelry manufacturer from Valenza found the perfect stage on

which to present itself to the German audience once again.

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BRANDS / JEWELRY

SCHREINER

WWW.SCHREINER-JEWELLERY.COM

pectacular works of art with brilliant colors and splendid shapes dominate the unique jewelry

collection from Schreiner Fine Jewellery, which is based in Grünwald near Munich.

A 30-million-euro diamond ring called “Pink Lady” was an irresistible highlight for the visitors.

“After a year and a half of abstinence from trade fairs, we made

our jewels accessible to the public again for the first time in

Hamburg at THE SHOW.”

Gerhard Schreiner

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BRANDS / JEWELRY

STENZHORN

WWW.STENZHORN.COM

This manufactory from Boppard cultivates a passion for jewelry that celebrates the beauty

of nature with precious stones and tells stories. One example: the “Peony Princess.”

“THE SHOW was a highlight for us in 2021 and it was terrific to be able

to present ourselves there, where an outstanding variety of top

German and international jewelry brands gathered under one roof.”

Chris Stenzhorn

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BRANDS / JEWELRY

AL CORO

WWW.ALCORO.COM

The Cologne-based brand brought Italian grace to the Hanseatic city

with collections such as “La Piazza,” “Amici,” “DolceVita,” “Serenata”

and “Mezzaluna.”

“I am happy to have experienced a fantastic gathering

of the industry. THE SHOW has set an important signal of

departure for the post-coronavirus era.”

Alexander Corolli

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BRANDS / JEWELRY

ANNAMARIA CAMMILLI

WWW.ANNAMARIACAMMILLI.COM

The Florentine manufactory not only showed its collections at THE SHOW, but also presented

its high-class couture creations, all perfectly staged by a brand-new display system

that’s specially designed to accentuate the various gold colors.

“The show was very gratifying for us, not only because of the business

deals, but also because we met so many of our licensed dealers.

We also made quite a few promising new contacts.”

Riccardo Renai

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BRANDS / JEWELRY

GELLNER

WWW.GELLNER.COM

With collections such as “Castaway” and “Rendezvous,”

the pearl jewelry specialist from Wiernsheim magically transported guests

to South Seas destinations that countless sailors dream of.

“We welcome THE SHOW as a young event with strong potential for our

industry. Our premiere went very promisingly. I am quite pleased to be

able to offer our customers another format that brings the ‘Spirit of

Pearls’ wonderfully close and makes it a sensual experience.”

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Jörg Gellner


BRANDS / JEWELRY

TAMARA COMOLLI

WWW.TAMARACOMOLLI.COM

This brand of designer jewelry, which embodies casual luxury like no other label, brought

southern sunshine to northern Germany with the “Gypsy Sun” pendant and other dazzling

creations.

“THE SHOW proved that personal sharing with colleagues in the industry

makes all the difference. It was a thoroughly successful event with

first-rate jewelers and an unforgettable supporting program.”

Sophia Friedl & Tobias Marquardt

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BRANDS / JEWELRY

CRIVELLI GIOIELLI

WWW.CRIVELLIGIOIELLI.COM

Crivelli has always distinguished itself with magnificent creations crafted as one-of-a-kind

pieces or in limited series. The jewelry creator from Valenza recently presented an entire

collection called “Like.” At THE SHOW, Crivelli displayed “Like Chromatic,” which

complements the simple shapes of this line with colored gemstones, often in combination

with diamond pavé.

„Forza THE SHOW! Andiamo avanti!“

Crivelli

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BRANDS / JEWELRY

PASQUALE BRUNI

WWW.PASQUALEBRUNI.COM

Pasquale Bruni chose THE SHOW as the starting point for the brand’s relaunch in Germany,

where he wowed visitors with the new “Luce” collection and numerous new items designed

by Eugenia Bruni.

“THE SHOW was the ideal setting to communicate the values of our

brand. We are very satisfied with the results and we have also already

signed an agreement with a new licensed dealer.”

Roberto Bocus

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BRANDS / JEWELRY

SCHEFFEL

WWW.SCHEFFEL-SCHMUCK.DE

This is how jewelry works today:

the “Stretch & Match” collections

from the Munich-based design

company show how the highest

design standards and innovative

technology can bring noble classics

into the present day – and into

the daily lives of jewelry lovers.

Visitors at THE SHOW feasted

their eyes on the highlight “Princess-Stretch”

from the new platinum

collection and were captivated

by the intensive colors of the

“Rainbow” line.

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BRANDS / JEWELRY

PIERO MILANO

WWW.PIEROMILANO.IT

The Valenza-based manufacturer presented its new “Groumette” collection at THE SHOW.

This line, which is very popular with customers, skillfully combines a retro look and the

unmistakable Piero Milano style.

“The concept convinced us: it was a genuine event in a superlative setting with

a group of exhibitors who perfectly suit our target. It was an important experience

for us to present ourselves in the upscale German jewelry environment.”

Andrea Milano

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BRANDS / JEWELRY

HEINZ MAYER

WWW.HEINZMAYER.DE

The manufactory from Idar-Oberstein showed what

luxury truly is with the Forevermark and Bentley

Jewellery brands in Hamburg.

“THE SHOW unfurled its full potential this year in Hamburg

and has earned a permanent place in our calendar of ‘must’ events.”

Stefan Mayer

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BRANDS / JEWELRY

SERAFINO CONSOLI

WWW.SERAFINOCONSOLI.COM

Buoyed by the success achieved at THE SHOW in 2020, Serafino Consoli this year

introduced the new versions of its sales hits: multi-size rings and rings that instantly transform

into bangles.

“The event was very well organized. We were able to deepen our

relationships with our licensed dealers and to make new contacts.

We realized how competent the German retailers truly are.”

Ivan Consoli

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BRANDS / JEWELRY

AUTORE

WWW.AUTOREPEARLS.COM

With unique creations featuring the finest South Sea

cultured pearls, the Australian jewelry brand sparked yearning for

faraway tropical paradises in the hearts of the visitors in Hamburg.

“We are very happy that face-to-face events are possible again at long last and

that we were also able to show beautiful items from the world of pearls to new

customers. Business was brisk and we made very promising new contacts.”

Paolo Trapani

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BRANDS / JEWELRY

JÖRG HEINZ

WWW.JOERG-HEINZ.DE

At Jörg Heinz, nothing is as it seems: diamonds dance, a pearl becomes a diamond solitaire,

and steel bands can be slipped on effortlessly. The manufactory sparked a sensation with

new pieces from the “(e)motion” and “Swing” lines, as well as with flexible bracelets.

“We were immensely pleased that such an event was finally

possible again. Our jewelers were very enthusiastic about THE SHOW

and we did good business there.”

Martin Heinz

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BRANDS / JEWELRY

DIAMOND GROUP

WWW.DIAMONDGROUP.DE

With its well thought-out concepts, the fine jewelry

specialist from Kobern-Gondorf impressively demonstrated how

an upscale jeweler can remain a brand.

“Thanks to the high quality of the audience, this was one of the best

trade fairs ever for us. Untitled is no longer ‘just’ a publisher, but has

also established itself as an organizer of trade shows.”

Anke Schmidt & Frank Heringer

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BRANDS / JEWELRY

PESAVENTO

WWW.PESAVENTO.COM

In Hamburg, the Italian think tank showed various possible interpretations of the classic

link chain – sometimes opulent, sometimes purist, but always iconic. The silver experts

have mastered all the ways of playing with the white metal – and also provided sparkling

accents at their stand with the coveted “Polvere di Sogni” line.

“We were surprised by the large number of interested visitors.

Customers were enthusiastic about our new collections!”

Graziella Marsano-Kohlermann

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BRANDS / JEWELRY

SCHMUCKWERK

WWW.SCHMUCKWERK.DE

Travelers want to remember their journeys after they return home. As could be seen at the

manufactory’s stand at THE SHOW, favorite places or wonderful trips can be captured

individually and forever by a sparkling diamond on the “My World” globe pendant.

“Our conclusion for THE SHOW 2021 is the 3Gs: glamour, glitter and

gratification! THE SHOW is super. It was a very well-focused event – and

a highly successful one for us.”

Heike & Markus Schmidt

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BRANDS / JEWELRY

ROBERTO DEMEGLIO

WWW.ROBERTODEMEGLIO.IT

Soon after the new owners of Roberto Demeglio had completed their acquisition of the

company, THE SHOW gave them a perfect opportunity to meet customers and announce

new manufacturing and market projects.

“At this imaginative event, which focuses more on quality than on

numbers of participants, we met our customers – and especially our

German clients – in optimal surroundings. We are very satisfied.”

Luca Stefanini

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BRANDS / JEWELRY

GISMONDI 1754

WWW.GISMONDI1754.COM

Gismondi 1754, the historic Genoese manufactory, recently debuted on foreign markets.

THE SHOW provided Gismondi 1754 with a perfect stage to present itself to customers

from Germany and northern Europe.

“This combination of diverse events, which ranged from fashion shows to gala evenings,

enabled business opportunities to arise spontaneously and beyond the confines of the exhibition

stands. THE SHOW innovatively surpasses the traditional approach to trade fairs.”

Francesca Ventura

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BRANDS / JEWELRY

CAPOLAVORO

WWW.CAPOLAVORO.DE

Launched two years ago, the “Billion Dreams” collection of sensational diamond-studded

snow globes embodies the innovative and creative power of Capolavoro and was again a

highlight at THE SHOW.

“We found the venue absolutely great. Hamburg is a very good location.

This kind of boutique-style format was very interesting. We predict that

THE SHOW will establish itself over the next few years.”

Theresa Fritsch

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BRANDS / JEWELRY

EMIL WEIS OPALS

WWW.EMILWEISOPALS.COM

Based in Kirschweiler near

Idar-Oberstein, the world’s oldest

opal lapidary presented the colorful

variety of opals in Hamburg

and also showed “The Colours of

Life,” which demonstrates the incredible

potentials that the “rainbow

gem” holds in store for goldsmiths

and jewelry designers.

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BRANDS / JEWELRY

RICHARD HANS BECKER

WWW.RICHARD-HANS-BECKER.DE

Richard Hans Becker displayed the most beautiful varieties of colored gems, for example,

Paraiba tourmalines and tanzanites.

“We were totally satisfied with the fair. We were happy to see many

familiar faces again and to be able to make numerous new contacts –

especially contacts that we would not have been able to get otherwise.

This event was an all-round success for us.”

Birgit Becker

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BRANDS / JEWELRY

BIGLI

WWW.BIGLI.NET

The Belgian brand impressed

visitors in Hamburg with its “Mini

Sweeties” ring series, which

features colored gemstone cabochons

in 49 different hues.

Created by the designer couple

Laurence Aerens and Thierry

Spitaels, this cheerfully colorful

jewelry for daily wear contrasted

beautifully with the industrial

brick look of Schuppen 52.

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BRANDS / JEWELRY

NANIS

WWW.NANIS.IT

After its successful participation last year, Nanis returned to Hamburg with a large

number of new items. First and foremost, the jewelry manufacturer from Vicenza

presented “Libera Icon,” the modern reissue of its hugely successful collection.

“We were kept quite busy and were able to attract new customers. I love

THE SHOW: the atmosphere here feels much cozier than at traditional trade

shows. We were impressed by the improvements in both size and quality.”

Laura Bicego

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BRANDS / JEWELRY

SILHOUETTE

WWW.SILHOUETTE.DE

The Pforzheim-based brand shined at THE SHOW with flexible jewelry collections such

as “Tennis-Flex” – casual luxury that always comfortable to wear and appropriate for

the occasion.

“I applaud the organizers for having had the courage to stage an event

like this one in these challenging times. Congratulations.”

Arnd Bentner

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BRANDS / JEWELRY

HESSE

WWW.HESSE-CO.COM

The “Morgentau” (“Morning Dew”) line of pearl jewelry was displayed at THE SHOW,

where it demonstrated how extraordinary new designs can bring a fresh breeze into

the pearl business.

“This event is delightfully different from a typical trade show.

It offered us a relaxed atmosphere in which we were able to conduct

interesting conversations and sign business deals.”

Carl-Peter Jasper

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BRANDS / JEWELRY

ALBERTI

WWW.ALBERTIGIOIELLI.IT

THE SHOW gave Alberti an excellent opportunity to meet customers whom the manufactory

supplies with private label products and on-demand creations.

“The event was innovatively conceived and well organized. We were

able to make contacts with high-profile retailers and to acquire new

customers. With a few small improvements in the layout of the stands,

THE SHOW could morph into a must-attend event.”

Massimo Cova

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BRANDS / JEWELRY

FACET

WWW.FACET.ES

The Barcelona-based diamond

jewelry manufacturer introduced

THE SHOW’s audience to Tracemark,

a unique traceability protocol

that tracks the entire value

chain of a piece of jewelry from

the mine to the consumer. The

brand also presented numerous

jewelry classics, which demonstrated

how ethics, sustainability

and beauty can unite in a perfect

liaison.

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BRANDS / JEWELRY

MARION KNORR

WWW.MARION-KNORR.DE

The Ludwigsburg-based jewelry designer

Marion Knorr loves classic ring designs such

as solitaire or memoir rings, which she christens

with striking names like “Orbit,”

“Perseus,” “Comet” or “Galaxy.” These rings

transformed Knorr’s stand in Hamburg into

a veritable paradise for lovers of exclusive

ring designs. With plenty of sensitivity and

an extraordinary design language, Knorr reinterprets

the great classics in a totally new

way, thus transforming these pieces from

pure rings into unique and coveted design

objects.

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BRANDS / JEWELRY

TWENTYTEN

WWW.20Y10.DE

Among other items that it presented at THE SHOW, TwentyTen displayed a unique

collection of coin jewelry with snake ornaments. This label’s distinctive designs bridge the

gap from the past to the future and surprise connoisseurs with unusual symbols.

“This was our first time at THE SHOW and we were thrilled by the enthusiastic

reception given to our collection. The timeframe was perfect! The jewelers were in

high spirits and delighted that they could finally participate in a trade fair again.”

Birgit Kempter

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BRANDS / JEWELRY

FABIO COLLECTION

WWW.FABIOCOLLECTION.IT

This Milanese manufacturer is well known for its exquisite classic creations. Its participation

in THE SHOW was mainly intended to consolidate its relations with German and

Austrian retailers, with whom it is very popular.

“An appealing event with first-rate exhibitors, handpicked visitors and

excellent retailers. We started new business relationships. THE SHOW

has ample potential for further growth.”

Fabio Gorjian

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BRANDS / JEWELRY

MATTIOLI

WWW.MATTIOLI.IT

Having only recently entered the German market, the Turin-based jewelry manufacturer

chose THE SHOW as a starting point for spreading the Mattioli brand in German-speaking

regions.

“An event like this one had been missing until now. We didn’t achieve

outstanding results at our debut, but a brand like Mattioli undoubtedly

has good chances on the German market.”

Marco Ugona

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BRANDS / JEWELRY

EMIL KRAUS

WWW.KRAUS-JEWELLERY.COM

Presented only a few meters away from the water’s edge, the anchor chain with

brilliant-cut diamond motifs is perfect for people who are looking for something special,

as is the semi-massive “Icon” comfort chain, which is crafted via an environmentally

friendly, acid-free process at the manufactory in Mönsheim.

“This was the Emil Kraus company’s debut at THE SHOW. It is a very

interesting format, also because both the size and the timeframe are

manageable. We believe that it is very timely indeed.”

Katja & Marcus Binder

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BRANDS / JEWELRY

OFIR

WWW.MANUELVACCARI.COM

Manuel Vaccari of Ofir chose THE SHOW as a location to again experience direct contact

with jewelers and introduce them to his custom jewelry sets, new models and creations

with rare Greco-Roman coins.

“The jewelers from Germany and Switzerland are very important for us.

We all love quality and precision, so we are on the same wavelength.

This event was remarkable and worthy of a great city like Hamburg.”

Manuel Vaccari

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BRANDS / JEWELRY

LUIS & FREYA

WWW.LUIS-FREYA.COM

At its premiere in Hamburg, the jewelry brand from Bering impressively demonstrated that

this label is entering a new dimension of design thanks to state-of-the-art 3D printing in

the manufacturing process.

“THE SHOW is a format with a future: it combines a great

location, high-quality brands, an upscale trade audience and

a fantastic supporting program.”

John Gorissen

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AUSSTELLER

WATCHES

83 Alexander Shorokhoff

72 Baume & Mercier

79 Blaken

80 Casio

82 Doxa

73 Ebel

76 Fortis

81 Garmin

71 Junghans

78 Lang & Heyne

77 Maurice Lacroix

75 Meistersinger

70 Parmigiani Fleurier

74 Sinn


BRANDS / WATCHES

PARMIGIANI FLEURIER

WWW.PARMIGIANI.COM

Michel Parmigiani debuted his first collection of his own wristwatches in 1996. Parmigiani

Fleurier presented the new, puristically designed “Tonda PF” in Hamburg, where the

debutante evoked an impressive response.

“The concept and the successful implementation for exhibitors contributed

to our great success. After months of interruption caused by the pandemic,

THE SHOW offered a welcome opportunity to get back in touch with our network.”

Christian Sieg

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BRANDS / WATCHES

JUNGHANS

WWW.JUNGHANS.DE

The traditional watch brand from the Black Forest is 160 years young. The label celebrated

its anniversary at THE SHOW with a bouquet of fascinating new items.

“THE SHOW gave us terrific opportunities to meet customers and companions

in the industry. The event offered gorgeous surroundings for the successful

world premiere of our new ‘Meister Fine Edition.’”

Matthias Stotz

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BRANDS / WATCHES

BAUME & MERCIER

WWW.BAUME-ET-MERCIER.COM

THE SHOW provided Baume & Mercier with an ideal setting that impressively showcased

the fifth generation of the “Riviera,” which was first launched in 1973. These new sports

watch models magnetically attracted admiring attention.

“We participated in THE SHOW for the first time because we were

convinced by its concept. Our goals and expectations were fully met.

The organization was excellent, both before and during the show.”

Carsten Meyer

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BRANDS / WATCHES

EBEL

WWW.EBEL.COM

Eugène Blum and Alice Lévy officially registered the Ebel watch brand on July 15, 1911 and the

company developed magnificently during the ensuing 110 years. Visitors at THE SHOW in

Hamburg could experience the high quality and moderate prices of Ebel’s products at firsthand.

“THE SHOW gave us a great opportunity to get in direct contact with

one another again. We were able to attract renowned retailers and to

discuss upcoming marketing initiatives with our partners.”

Loek Oprinsen

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BRANDS / WATCHES

SINN SPEZIALUHREN

WWW.SINN.DE

Sinn Spezialuhren can look back with pride at its 60-year history. The iconic “Frankfurt Financial

District Watch 6000” debuted in Frankfurt am Main on September 2, 1999. The new

“Finanzplatz Referenz 6068 B” enjoyed a successful unveiling at THE SHOW.

“We participated in THE SHOW for the first time and we used the event to introduce two

new items. The response from our partner jewelers was very positive. The extraordinary

location surely contributed to this upbeat reception.”

Sabine Kleiter

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BRANDS / WATCHES

MEISTERSINGER

WWW.MEISTERSINGER.COM

Manfred Brassler impressively explained Meistersinger’s philosophy during a well-attended

Watch Talk. The brand’s founder also reported on Meistersinger’s cooperation with the

WWF, which resulted in the limited “Edition Planet Earth.”

“THE SHOW was almost like a party, where exhibitors and visitors could meet and celebrate.

The joy of this reunion was all the more delightful after the isolation of the coronavirus

lockdown. We hope THE SHOW will remain equally intimate and charming in the future.”

Manfred Brassler

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BRANDS / WATCHES

FORTIS

WWW.FORTIS-SWISS.COM

Fortis’s new and dynamic owner Jupp Philipp charmed the audience with his sprightly wit

and eloquence during his Watch Talk at THE SHOW. Philipp described the many values of his

watch brand, which was founded in 1912, and also presented the sporty “Marine Master.”

“THE SHOW was a perfect start to the autumn season for us. The concept, the implementation

and the location were super. The organization was very professional. And the

supporting program was exciting. We are eager to experience THE SHOW again in 2022!”

Jupp Philipp

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BRANDS / WATCHES

MAURICE LACROIX

WWW.MAURICELACROIX.COM

Maurice Lacroix’s sportily elegant “Aikon” watch line has enjoyed one success after

another since the collection’s debut in 2016, so it was only logical that CEO Stéphane

Waser would present the newest models at THE SHOW.

“THE SHOW was a big success for us. We were able to share ideas with our partners,

make new contacts and present our watches. Thanks to its cool ambience,

Schuppen 52 was precisely the right setting.”

Stéphane Waser

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BRANDS / WATCHES

LANG & HEYNE

WWW.LANG-UND-HEYNE.DE

The small and very fine Saxon Lang & Heyne manufactory in Saxony annually produces only about 100

wristwatches. This 20-year-old brand had never had a sporty, elegant model in its portfolio. This prompted

Lang & Heyne to use THE SHOW as the occasion for the successful world premiere of the “Hektor.”

“We can look back on THE SHOW with great satisfaction. As part of our Watch

Talk, we successfully celebrated the global premiere of our new “Hektor” model on

the big stage. The response from the watch world was sensational.”

Alexander Gutierrez-Diaz

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BRANDS / WATCHES

BLAKEN

WWW.BLAKEN.COM

“Individuality” is written with a capital “I” nowadays. Discerning men and women appreciate

elite products that not everyone owns. These demanding individuals appreciate Blaken, where,

for example, they can have their Rolex “fine-tuned” and uniquely personalized.

“THE SHOW gave us wonderful opportunities to share ideas with customers and

partners again, to cultivate trustworthy contacts and to have good conversations.

In terms of business too, all indicators are pointing upwards.”

Alexander Klingbeil

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BRANDS / WATCHES

CASIO/G-SHOCK

WWW.G-SHOCK.EU

A G Shock from Casio doesn’t give up its ghost easily. This extremely durable tool watch

revolutionized the watch scene in 1983. New and luxurious additions to the G Shock line

were on display at THE SHOW in Hamburg.

“THE SHOW 2021 fully met my expectations. In particular, personal

discussions with trade partners from all parts of Germany and Austria were

immensely important. THE SHOW must go on!”

Marc Czemper

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BRANDS / WATCHES

GARMIN

WWW.GARMIN.COM

If you can’t find the right smartwatch at Garmin, it’s nobody’s fault but your own. As Key

Account Manager Simon Schön explained in his Watch Talk at THE SHOW, the “Marq”

collection leads the broad spectrum of multifunctional models, which are equipped with

Garmin’s own hardware and software.

“As a brand whose customers lead active lifestyles and are looking for smart

tool watches, we always seek events where Garmin can present itself in a suitable

environment. THE SHOW was an all-round success.”

Simon Schön

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BRANDS / WATCHES

DOXA

WWW.DOXAWATCHES.COM

“Plenty of watch for a moderate amount of money” has been the motto of the house of Doxa ever

since its founding in 1889. And this maxim remains unchanged today. Originally launched in 1967,

Doxa’s “Sub” is an iconic wristwatch that attracted numerous admiring glances at THE SHOW.

“THE SHOW was a success for us. We wanted to reintroduce Doxa to the upscale retail

trade and we succeeded perfectly in that endeavor. We were able to gain several new

customers and we sparked interest among potential customers.”

Philipp Kohlermann

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BRANDS / WATCHES

ALEXANDER SHOROKHOFF

WWW.ALEXANDER-SHOROKHOFF.DE

The Alexander Shorokhoff watch

manufactory has been producing

its impressive wristwatches in Alzenau,

Bavaria since 1992. All of

these watches embody the overarching

concept of “art on the wrist.”

That’s one of the reasons why this

brand feels particularly at home in

the world of international art and

culture.

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AUSSTELLER

GEMSTONES

88 Ch. Dahlinger

85 Groh + Ripp

86 HC Arnoldi

87 Karl Faller

89 Wolf

PACKAGING


BRANDS / GEMSTONES

GROH + RIPP

WWW.GROH-RIPP.DE

Thanks to its unique expertise and its selection of the finest gemstones, the family-owned

company from Idar-Oberstein was avidly sought as a partner by leading jewelers and

creative goldsmiths at THE SHOW.

“We are glad that Christian Jürgens made this event possible.

Without it, we would not have had a trade show with such a

high-caliber target audience this year.”

Nicole Ripp

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BRANDS / GEMSTONES

HC ARNOLDI

WWW.HC-ARNOLDI.DE

Step-cut Malagasy aquamarines were among the many highlights that the lapidary from

Kirschweil presented at THE SHOW.

“THE SHOW was more than just a trade fair for us: it was a truly

unforgettable experience. We see great potential in this concept and

we are excited about the upcoming events.”

Isaline Arnoldi

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BRANDS / GEMSTONES

FALLER

WWW.KARL-FALLER.DE

Rubies, sapphires and emeralds are rightly known as the “gems of kings.” This elite trio of

precious stones could be admired in all its beauty alongside other breathtaking gemstone

varieties at Faller’s stand, where highly unusual and rare specimens were on display.

“We liked THE SHOW very much. The ambience and the location were

extremely appealing. We warmly welcome the concept of controlled

access for select private customers invited by their jewelers.”

Dr. Konrad Henn

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BRANDS / PACKAGING

CH. DAHLINGER

WWW.DAHLINGER.COM

Visitors at the stand of the Lahr-based specialist impressively experienced

how fine jewels and watches can be beautifully packaged and

presented.

“It was a pleasure to see our business partners face to face again after such a

long time. All this was topped by the great location and the exclusive format

in Schuppen 52. The trip to Hamburg was definitely worth the effort!”

Bernd Dahlinger

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BRANDS / PACKAGING

WOLF

WWW.WOLF1834.COM

Beautiful and valuable possessions deserve to be preserved with care. Since 1834, five

generations of the Wolf family have dedicated themselves to this mission. They displayed

impressive evidence of their long-standing expertise at THE SHOW in Hamburg.

“Germany is an important market for the expansion of the Wolf brand in

Europe. Our team made important contacts at THE SHOW. And, of course, we

enjoyed having the opportunity to meet one another in person again.”

Kate Yerrell

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OUTLOOK

THE SHOW WILL GO ON!

With THE SHOW in Geneva, THE SHOW ventures the leap into Switzerland.

In keeping with its concept, only one location was considered: the historic Bâtiment des Forces

Motrices in the heart of the luxury metropolis of Geneva. And in Hamburg, THE SHOW

will be back at Schuppen 52 in the fall.

Bâtiment des Forces Motrices, Geneva

Schuppen 52, Hamburg

THE SHOW

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