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Vienna Jewellery Days 2018

The International Festival of Contemporary Jewellery brings jewellery to the fore for six days at 35 locations across Vienna.

In recent decades, the transitions between the various ways of making jewellery have become more fluent. Experimenting with innovative materials and techniques is increasingly taking centre stage. The boundaries between traditional craft and conceptual design are blurring. At the same time there is a trend to return to handicraft tradition.The diverse approaches in jewellery making are reflected in the jewellery pieces itself. One thing unites all of the jewellery artists – the passion in experimenting and searching for aesthetic solutions, which amazes us constantly. The Vienna Jewellery Days 2018 is a great way to immerse yourself in the beauty of the jewellery craft, and learn all about its developments.


6 – 11 November 2018

Vienna

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