Vicenza, Italy, March 17-21, 2022
VicenzaOro is one of Italy’s most renowned jewellery fairs. It will be held in mid-March in the cosmopolitan Italian city of Vicenza, famous for its ornate, UNESCO- inscribed Palladian palaces.
Vicenza is also a city with more than two millennia of jewellery-making history.
Today, around 10% of the population is employed within the jewellery sector.
For five days in March, retailers, wholesalers and suppliers within the industry, as well as top tier jewellers from around the globe, will congregate at VicenzaOro.
Equally alluring is the fact that VicenzaOro also attracts the country’s finest Made in Italy ateliers. It’s a uniquely glittering mix.
Among the branded jewellery workshops, goldsmiths, gemstone vendors and cutting edge machinery, FerrariFirenze is honoured to exhibit a selection of our stunning pieces at VicenzaOro. In such an aesthetically impressive city, it’s appropriate that so many of our collections’ themes draw inspiration from Italian architecture (such as Twist Twist) and landscape (including Petals).
We will be showcasing our collections at VicenzaOro with great pride, sharing our ideas and designs with like-minded colleagues. Each one of our handcrafted pendants, rings, bracelets and earrings has been meticulously created at our 16th-century atelier in Tuscany, Italy. Every piece of jewellery is a work of art, from the shimmer of its translucent diamonds to its organic, feminine design.
Follow FerrariFirenzw on Instagram @ferrarifirenze for exclusive previews of our latest collections, as well as beautiful images of all of our handcrafted jewellery.
VicenzaOro takes place in Vicenza, Italy from March 17-21
Opening hours: 9.30am-6.30pm daily
ViCC Vicenza Convention Center
Via dell’Oreficeria, 16 - 36100 Vicenza, Italy
FerrariFirenze will be exhibiting at Pad.6 Booth 152
Tel. +39 0541 744 555
For more information about VicenzaOro, please visit www.vicenzaoro.com
*Please note that as VicenzaOro is open exclusively to retailers and wholesalers in
the jewellery sector, all visitors (including media and journalists) must register with
the fair in advance.