Glamour at "Sjaj"
The International Exhibition of Jewellery and Watches "Sjaj" is held at the Novi Sad Fair from Thursday, 10th to Sunday, 13th November. Despite the difficult financial situation worldwide, it has managed to remain an international and renowned event gathering professionals, craftsmen and businesspeople, jewellers and watchmakers, as well as all those appreciators of precious metal and jewellery.
One of the elite exhibitions organized in the region bordered by Budapest and Thessalonica will feature the latest achievements of participants from Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Italy and Turkey.
- The "Sjaj" Exhibition will see a number of exhibitors from Turkey, who will present the latest achievements in the field of jewellery-making, said the project manager Tatjana Cicmil Stakić at a press conference held today. The association of jewellers "Novi Sad" will present the masterpieces made by its members and one of the exhibitors is the secondary school of mechanical engineering from Novi Sad, whose students will present what they have learnt at the department of jewellery-making, announced Cicmil Stakić.
Apart from valuable jewellery made of gold, silver and other precious metals, diamonds, brilliants, pearls, synthetic stones used in jewellery-making, ground zircons, the visitors will have an opportunity to see fancy jewellery, fashion jewellery, gold and silver coins, as well as equipment and tools for jewellery-making.
The society of appreciators of minerals, rocks and fossils GEO-PAN from Novi Sad will present the exhibits from the private collections of its members, including the exhibits made of minerals, agate, jasper, aragonite, malachite and jade. Among the exhibits there will be necklaces, bracelets, brooches and pendants with amethyst, citrine, mountain crystal, said the chair of the society Katarina Čobanović.
The working hours of the Exhibition Sjaj will be from 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. The visitors will be using the entrance from the Entrance Hall of the Novi Sad Fair, where they will be required to pass through a metal detector. Professionals and businesspeople will be allowed entrance with accreditations issued at a desk in the Entrance Hall of the Novi Sad Fair. The admission fee for visitors is 250 dinars.