Armenia is re-establishing its jewelmaking traditions to become a regional center of jewelry arts
Armenia is re-establishing its jewelmaking traditions to become a regional center of jewelry arts –
As part of the efforts to realize the idea, the Armenian Jewelers Association (AJA) has for the fourth time (since 2011) invited the world’s best Armenian jewelers to the country for the annual Yerevan Show 2014 event. This year’s exhibition is expected to attract guests from around 27 world countries (US, Canada, France, Italy, Belgium, Switzerland, Czech Republic, Russia, Turkey, UAE, UK, Lybia, Kuwait, India, Jordan, Argentine, Japan, Belarus, Australia, Estonia, etc)
It will bring together over 150 well-known jewelry and watchmaking companies, and about 500 foreign customers and high-ranking guests. Also, some 25 local companies are going to join the exhibition.
Jewelry worth AMD 6.7 billion produced in Armenia in Jan-Aug 2014
Armenian jewelry industry’s output amounted to AMD 6 668.3 million in Jan-Aug 2014 showing a 43.5% year-on-year decline, the National Statistical Service of Armenia reports.