(MIAMI) - For more than two decades, U. S. Antique Shows, a leading producer of indoor antique shows, has hosted the Miami Beach Antique Jewelry & Watch Show. This year’s show marks its 21st year with a return to the Miami Beach Convention Center on Oct. 25-27, 2013, showcasing a stellar array of antique, vintage and estate jewelry and watch collections to those in attendance.
“Our Miami Beach show will host dealers from nearly 10 countries, including Australia, Italy, Germany and France. Attendees are guaranteed to discover great pieces that are rarely available to the general public,” said Dan Darby, group show director for U.S. Antique Shows and vice president of GLM.
The Miami Beach Antique Jewelry & Watch Show, which marks the beginning of the fall antiquing season, gathers more than 100 prestigious dealers from all across the world to present their one-of-a-kind pieces to local Miami collectors, celebrities and socialites. Elite global brands including Cartier, Rolex, Tiffany & Co., David Webb, Harry Winston, Patek Philippe and Van Cleef & Arpels will be available.
The show also offers attendees the opportunity to acquire pieces that feature the latest jewelry trends including coral, aquamarine and topaz as well as traditional and classic favorites like diamonds, emeralds, sapphires and rubies. From the Renaissance to Retro eras, the jewelry and watch collections span a wide range of jewelry history.
Show times are Friday, Oct. 25 and Saturday, Oct. 26 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sunday, Oct. 27 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Admission is $20, valid for reentry all three days. For more information about the show or to purchase tickets, call 239-732-6642 or visit www.AntiqueJewelryMiami.com.
The Miami Beach Antique Jewelry & Watch Show is produced by U.S. Antique Shows, a division of GLM. U.S. Antique Shows is the world’s largest producer of indoor antique shows that focus on antiques, vintage and estate jewelry and watches including the highly recognized The Original Miami Beach Antique Show. U.S. Antique Shows produces events in major markets including Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, Miami Beach and New York and brings together well-established dealers with a targeted audience of antiques collectors as well as novice enthusiasts to promote the purchase and appreciation of rare and unusual historic merchandise. U.S. Antique Shows annually draws more than 2,400 dealers and represents 22 countries that exhibit rare and signature collections to more than 50,000 consumers from around the world.
For more information visit www.USAntiqueShows.com.