International jewelry trade fair Inhorgenta in Munich:
Welcome to Hall A2 at booth 148
New date for 2021: 15 - 19. April 2021
The Inhorgenta in Munich is Europe's largest jewelry fair with an international lineup of exhibitors and trade visitors from the jewelry, silverware and watches sector from all over Europe. About 1000 exhibitors from over 30 different countries will show their novelties for spring and summer. In addition to the tradeshow booths in six halls, Inhorgenta offers an extensive lecture program. Experts from the jewelry industry from all over the world will pass on cutting-edge knowledge on e-commerce and the sale of gemstones and jewelry, for example. The 2020 event program can be found here.
The opening hours of the trade fair are:
Friday to Sunday 09:00 - 18:00
Monday 09:00 - 17:00
You can find more useful information about your visit to the trade fair on the Inhorgenta homepage.
Chili Creative: 10.000 gemstone strands
At Inhorgenta 2020 we will present a huge selection of new strands - with us at the booth are, for example, matted ruby sphere, faceted Jadeite and delicate gold Citrine. Get inspired by the abundance of gemstone strands as well as matching intermediates and clasps and start the design spring with Chili Creative!
You will also find the cutting-edge small glitter strands of gemstones and Cubic Zirconia at the booth.
Revel in colors and shapes and be inspired - of course we have again a large selection of Clasps, Silver Intermediates, Tools, Wires and Threads at the booth! Our chain knotting assortment at wholesale prices is complemented by the expert advice of the Chili Creative team at the booth.
Seize the opportunity and buy strands, intermediate parts, Clasps and everything else for your creative chain compositions from a single source - advice with tips and tricks from practice included!
Look over the shoulder of the experts - at our booth during the fair chains will be knotted and the Chili Creative team will answer all questions about the creative topic!
Design jewelry with gemstones
From the Chili Jewels design workshop are the latest creations in spring-fresh colors in Munich with. In addition to a large selection of Larimarschmuck you can choose from a large collection of new Earstuds, for example, with Turquoise, Aquamarine and Disthen, your favorite pieces.
Another focus is jewelry with gemstone rarities such as Azurite and Uvarovite as pendants, rings and earrings.
Stone Parts and Changing Systems
At Inhorgenta, you can expect to find a large selection of donut holders at our booth, as well as an extensive range of donuts and drilled stone parts, of course.
Bring along serviceWe have a large selection of gemstone strands, Silver 925 intermediates and Clasps, drilled stone pieces, gemstone donuts and designer jewelry at our booth, but we cannot bring our entire assortment to Munich. Therefore, please pre-order your desired items - both fancy items and standard items at least one week before the start of the trade show. We will then bring these items to your booth and you can then relax at Inhorgenta and choose from the items you have brought with you. The bring-along service is of course non-binding and free of charge for you! Also take the opportunity to have standard components such as silver Lobster Clasp, pearl thread silk and always needed gemstone chain strands brought along directly; this way you save time when choosing and can turn to the new and unusual items right away.
Further information for your visit to the trade fairNumerous practical information as well as the online store for tickets for your visit to the trade fair can be found on the official homepage of Inhorgenta.
Would you like to combine your visit to Inhorgenta with a little tourist program in the Bavarian capital and enjoy a bit of culture? On the homepage of the city of Munich you will find all the information you need in a compact form, e.g. details on the thematic city tour "Baroque Splendor - A tour of various churches in the city center" or the opening hours of the star show in the Planetarium of the Deutsches Museum.