Among those jewelry pieces inciting the most buzz were oversized vintage platinum rings, coral jewelry and reptile inspired pieces, such as gold snake necklaces and pendants.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) July 18, 2012
As an antique jewelry boutique, Topazery Jewelry has been keeping a close eye on the trends to emerge from the recent 17th annual Las Vegas Antique Jewelry and Watch Show, which recently took place at The Paris Hotel. Now that the exhibition has officially closed, with a record number of visitors in attendance, Topazery is harboring a close connection with those recently unveiled trends. And the company is taking proactive steps to ensure its own inventory of antique and vintage jewelry pieces reflect them.
The turnout at this year’s Las Vegas Antique Jewelry & Watch Show, the largest trade only event serving the antique and estate jewelry and watch industry, boasted record performance in its 17th annual installment. A report on Diamonds.net revealed that attendance was up five percent over last year. In that article, the show’s director hinted at why the event’s popularity may be increasing: It “exposes rare and unique antique jewelry and watch collections from all over the world.”
With 40 percent of the wealthy polled in a recent ACE Private Risk Services Survey indicating that they consider themselves serious collectors of jewelry – more than any other category including fine art, wine and coins – it’s clear why the Las Vegas Antique Jewelry & Watch Show is performing so well.
Diamond News’ post-show coverage indicates that the antique jewelry trends featured throughout the event’s duration may have fueled the record-setting turnout. Spotted trends included “fancy colored diamonds,” vintage and antique watches, “diamonds and necklaces from various time periods including the Renaissance.” Among those jewelry pieces inciting the most buzz “were also oversized vintage platinum rings, coral jewelry and reptile inspired pieces, such as gold snake necklaces and pendants.” Vintage platinum engagement rings and cocktail/dinner rings were also hot commodities.
“The antique jewelry we carry dates all the way back to the Georgian jewelry period, which followed closely on the heels of the Renaissance, with Victorian, Art Nouveau, Edwardian and Art Deco pieces well represented as well,” explains Topazery founder, Jan Walden. But the various time periods aren’t the only way in which Topazery is meeting all the trends.
Visitors to the site will find antique, vintage and antique style oversized cocktail and dinner rings in its collection. Topazery even hits the coral jewelry mark with a Victorian coral antique ring and an antique coral and pearl brooch. “We also currently have a good selection of engagement rings and wedding bands featuring fancy yellow and champagne diamonds, many of them set in the platinum collectors are craving.”
For more information on how to add Las Vegas Antique Jewelry and Watch Show trends to a jewelry collection, contact Jan Walden at (678) 528-8901. To browse Topazery Jewelry’s trend-hitting antique and vintage jewelry pieces, visit the company online at http://www.topazery.com/