|The SeaFair megayach, home of the upcoming International Contemporary Jewelry Fair.|
The International Contemporary Jewelry Fair unveiled some of the jewelry brands who will be exhibiting on SeaFair, a 228-foot megayacht that will be docked in Miami. The inaugural event will be held December 4-9, during Art Basel Miami Beach.
Luxury jewelry designers, many with one-of-a-kind pieces, will be participating from more than eight countries including Italy, Spain, Philippines, Lebanon, Australia, Brazil, Germany and the U.S. The show is expected to attract the same type of collectors who attend Art Basel and are interested in rare pieces of wearable art. Exhibitors for the event are as follows:
Bagues Masriera (Barcelona)
Dario & Peter (Vicenza)
Opera Omnia (Milan)
Arunashi (Los Angeles)
Ana Kopejka Greene Fine Jewelry Design (Jensen Beach, Fla.)
Daniel K (New York)
Denny Wong Designs, presented by Blue Marlin Jewelry (Islamorada, Fla.)
Heloisa Fitzgerald Jewelry (Boston)
Emsaru (New York)
La Reina/ART (Palm Beach, Fla.)
La Reina Collection (Los Angeles)
Oliver & Espig (Santa Barbara)
Ray Griffiths (New York)
Pandora & Pendragon (Longwood, Fla.)
Nada G. (Beirut)
Reinstein/Ross Goldsmiths (New York)
Willow Co. (Lawrenceville, N.J.)
Yael Sonia (Brazil)
Lauren Harper Collection (Chicago)
llyn strong (Greenville, S.C.)
Rachel Dugger (Miami)
For the exhibition, the $40 million yacht, built specifically for the purpose of hosting mobile art and jewelry exhibitions, will be docked at its winter season location at Chopin Plaza, Noguchi Bayfront Park in downtown Miami.
On December 4, ICJF will open with a preview party hosted by diplomatic representatives of Italy, Brazil, Spain, Australia, Philippines and Lebanon. Regular fair hours will be from 1 p.m. till 10 p.m., December 5-9.
For more information, tickets and programming; visit www.icjfmiami.com.
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