Based in Idar-Oberstein, this family business enjoys an outstanding global reputation for its exquisite jewels. In recognition of the manufactory’s expertise, De Beers granted the Forevermark license for the German market exclusively to Heinz Mayer. Forevermark’s “CornerstonesTM” collection, for example, pays tribute to the pillars on which love is built: honesty, trust, respect and appreciation. Forevermark is the only diamond brand that offers jewelers SGS-verified traceability as well as ethically and morally impeccable production.
For his debut at THE SHOW, Roberto Demeglio will not only present his flagship label, but also another brand from his house. Marketed under the name “Extensible,” it features elastic bracelets and rings as modern remakes of the classic tennis bracelet. These pieces rely on a patented system that offers all of Demeglio’s advantages: no clasp, excellent wearing comfort and robustness – also thanks to a special 750 gold alloy, which can be seen here in the version with sapphires and diamonds.
Founded in 1979, this jewelry manufactory was evolved into an internationally active family business. Stenzhorn’s jewels are handcrafted in accord with the highest standards of quality and workmanship. The designers find inspiration above all in the beauty of nature, as is also the case for the “Mademoiselle B.” ring with its butterfly motif set with diamonds and sapphires in 750 white gold.
This company is an acknowledged specialist for flexible jewelry ideas. Behind the Pforzheim-based business stands the Bentner family, which has been producing fine gold jewelry for four generations and, in addition to its innovative spirit, is dedicated to preserving and promoting traditional techniques. Silhouette’s customers are always offered something special, perfectly crafted and made in Germany. The brand combines extraordinary aesthetics with innovative technology and novel materials. With the “Tennis-Flex” collection, Silhouette has reinvented a classic.
This Belgian brand stands for colorful, elegant jewelry to wear and enjoy every day. These unconventional jeweled creations are more than just beautiful ornaments: they’re also personal talismans. All pieces of jewelry can be combined with one another; individual pieces can be combined and recombined to match the mood and the occasion. One example of this: the “Mini Sweeties” with cabochons in a palette of 49 colors.
Practicality takes center stage at Sinn Spezialuhren, which believes that watches should be robust, precise and equipped with sensible, useful functions. With this philosophy in mind, owner and company head Lothar Schmidt leads the brand in its 60th anniversary year, which Sinn celebrates with many new products be on display at THE SHOW. Among them is the impressive “717” automatic chronograph, which Sinn describes as an “on-board chronograph for the wrist” that harks back to the origins of the company, which first gained fame in the early 1960s with wristwatches for pilots and on-board timepieces.
The indestructible exterior of the G-Shock has a history: this brand’s first watch came onto the market 38 years ago and soon became a cult item because the case’s design is unmistakable and its robustness is legendary. Casio will also present highlights from the G-Shock collection at THE SHOW. These include the “GMW-B5000D-1ER” with its solid stainless steel case and multiple functions. This solar-powered watch is equipped with energy-saving Bluetooth technology, receives radio signals to assure absolutely accurate timekeeping and also offers a world-time function, an automatic calendar and a variety of other useful features.
High, higher, highest: this is the lofty habitat of Fortis. Traditionally associated with aviation and aerospace, this brand remains true to its heritage with its latest selection of tool watches. Among other items that this Swiss brand, which is already over a century old, will present at THE SHOW is the automatic “F-43 Triple-GMT on Block Bracelet” watch, which displays three different time zones. Thanks to its functionality, robustness and distinctive design, Fortis lauds this model as the “best pilot’s watch ever.”