The “Messe 126 – Gmünder Messe für Schmuck & Gerät” shows a cross-section of creative work from a total of 40 designers and workshops. Admission is free. Especially lovers of individual jewelry can look forward to the event from September 30 to October 2 in the Leutze Hall of the Congress Center in the Stadtgarten. Here are some examples:
Ulrike Scriba‘s inlaid woodwork is also a feast for the eyes. They are exemplary far beyond national borders for the reinterpretation of a craft tradition that most recently experienced a heyday in Art Deco.
The great tradition of silver manufactories is still remembered by the Hermann Bauer company. It presents stylish glasses, jugs and accessories made of crystal glass and silver, which are created in cooperation with the important Viennese glass manufactory Lobmeyer.
The fair is curated and organized by the Gold- und Silberschmiedekunst Foundation in Schwäbisch Gmünd. It pays special attention to current trends, unusual ideas and outstanding craftsmanship, they say, “Each piece is unique and has its own special history that is carried forward. In an exchange with the exhibitors, interested parties, gallery owners and resellers will learn exciting details about the unique pieces.”
For palate pleasures and good mood provide in addition international top wines in the Leutze Hall. More information and an illustrated list of all exhibitors: www.messe126.de
- Rektor-Klaus-Straße 9
73525 Schwäbisch Gmünd