Welcome to Athens International Jewellery Show 2022
ATHENS INTERNATIONAL JEWELRY SHOW (AIJS) returns dynamically with its 34th event from Friday 25th to Monday 28th of February 2022. Adhering to all health protocols and with priority the safety of exhibitors and visitors, we welcome the professionals in the field of jewelry and watches. AIJS hosts the most important annual meeting for goldsmith and silversmith professionals in Greece for the 2021 spring/summer season.
The exhibition features manufacturers, laboratories, designers, importers and agents of jewels and watches. It is addressed to professionals who interested to keep updated about new market trends, renew their business contacts and develop new partnerships with Greek or foreign companies.
With a striking dynamic, AIJS presents the new trends in gold and silver fashion jewellery and highlights the most up-to-date materials and styles in the field every year. It also provides the ideal framework for sourcing new suppliers and establishing new co-operations between companies for Greece and abroad.
Among the highlights of the event you may find Greek pieces of jewelry, known for their refined design and high manufacturing quality and religious jewellery and objects, inextricably linked to the mysteries and rituals of Christianity and Orthodoxy.
AIJS is organized by HELEXPO in collaboration with POVACO (Pan-Hellenic Federation of Craftsmen, Jewellers and Watchmakers). HELEXPO also organizes the jewelry show KOSMIMA, which has been taking place annually, for 35 years in Thessaloniki (October), aiming at the preparation for the winter season market.
The Design section was created with the aim of promoting and highlighting Greek design jewelry. Greek jewelry has been awarded repeatedly abroad, for its original design and high construction quality. In this year's event, 8 Greek designers present their creations with a free theme in this specially designed area within HALL 1.
With the participation: Thomas Thomidis, Maria Tsimpiskaki,, Niki Boli, Maria Psarianou, Maria Apostolopoulou, Iosif Iosifidis, Ioannis Tsalapatis, Chrysoula Sofou