40% increase in visitors to Athens International Jewellery Show It achieved the highest attendance of the decade


The 35th International Exhibition for Jewellery, Watches, Precious Stones, Machinery & Equipment, Athens International Jewellery Show (AIJS) was concluded with the highest attendance of the decade. It was held from 3 to 6 March 2023 at the Metropolitan Expo exhibition centre in Attica. More specifically, 4500 attended the exhibition — all trade visitors — 40% more than last year. The international character of the event was also enriched, with international hosted buyers from countries such as USA, Germany, Belgium, France, Italy, Cyprus, Bulgaria, Romania, Switzerland, and India.

The exhibition, which covered a 12,000 sq.m. exhibition space, included 373 exhibitors (235 direct and 138 indirectly represented companies), a 20% increase in comparison to the 2022 event.

Furthermore, in the framework of AIJS, an educational seminar was held, titled ‘Synthetic Diamonds’, which aimed to highlight the similarities and underline the differences between mineral and synthetic diamonds, both at a laboratory and commercial level. The seminar was presented by gemologist-diamontologist and appraiser, Mr Georgios Spyromilios.

Athens International Jewellery Show, organised by TIF-HELEXPO and POVAKO (the Panhellenic Federation of Silver- and Goldsmiths, Jewellers and Watchmakers) is the largest sector exhibition in Greece, promoting new trends in gold, silver, and timepieces, informing sector professionals on modern materials and styles, while it also serves as the best platform for achieving partnerships between Greek and international enterprises.

Friday, 10 March, 2023

All that glitters is gold!

Athens International Jewellery Show is hosting the most important annual meeting for gold and silver professionals in Greece for the 2023 spring-summer season. The exhibition will feature jewellery and watches manufacturers, designers, importers, and agents.


AIJS is addressed to professionals interested Keeping up with new market trends, renewing their business contacts and developing new partnerships. Strikingly dynamic, AIJS presents the new trends in gold and silver fashion jewellery and highlights the most up-to-date materials and styles in the sector every year. It also provides the ideal framework for pursuing new suppliers and establishing new collaborations between Greek and foreign companies.


Moreover, it promotes and supports Greek Jewellery Makers, highlighting the award-winning Greek pieces of Jewellery that are distinguished for their refined design and high construction quality. Among the great exhibits presented is also the special category of jewellery with references to the unique style of Orthodox Christianity.