More than 800 sellers from across the world exhibited at the 41st edition of the Istanbul Jewelry Show (IJS) which ran from October 15 to 18.
The show organizers said the fair is the largest B2B platform for gemstone and jewelry companies wanting to enter markets in Turkey, the E.U., the Middle East, Russia and the CIS Nations, North Africa and the Mediterranean.
A delegation of some 25 Turkish jewelers and diamond buyers are expected to attend the Summer Edition of the International Diamond Week in Israel (IDWI), which will take place at the Israel Diamond Exchange (IDE) from August 30 to September 3.
The Israel Diamond Exchange (IDE) announced that registration for the summer edition (August 31-September 4) of the International Diamond Week in Israel (IDWI) is now open.
Registered - and confirmed - buyers will be offered three free nights in the IDWI venue hotel.
Members of three of the world's leading diamond bourses will find themselves together on the trading floor of the Israel Diamond Exchange at the upcoming International Diamond Week (IDW) in Israel in February.
MJSA, the trade association dedicated to professional excellence in jewelry making and design, will again present its signature 'At the Bench Live' program February 3-8 at AGTA GemFair Tucson.
They will be joined on the IDE trading by members of the Diamond Dealers Club of New York, the Antwerp Diamond Bourse (Beurs voor Diamanthandel).
This week, the Diamond Dealers Club (DDC) of New York is welcoming hundreds of diamantaires after the holiday season to participate in its second edition of India Diamond Week.
“When we introduced India Diamond Week in August, we discovered a true gem for our diamond dealers. It’s important to build on that momentum by providing shows like this for our members and participants,” said Reuven Kaufman, DDC President.
The ADK's history-making first edition of the Rough Diamond Days was held last November.
IDE Israel Diamond Exchange (IDE) members will again enjoy free entrance to the JCK Show in Las Vegas this year.
The free entrance is due to an agreement between IDE President Shmuel Schnitzer and the organizers of the show – the leading diamond industry trade show in the United States, the IDE web site reported.
The announcement was made in an official notice to IDE members.