Saturday, May 27, 2017

Exhibition various types of artistic stone-cutting products, souvenirs, and handicrafts

once again open its doors the legendary jeweler Festival "Symphony of Gems". The first exhibition - fair "Symphony of Gems" took place exactly twenty-three years ago in May 1994, in the halls of the Moscow House of Artists on Kuznetsky Most. Its main idea was to show not only the natural beauty of the stone but also to give the opportunity to demonstrate their masters' jewelry creations. The exhibition's popularity has gained momentum, and the number of participants has increased from one hundred to three hundred. It was getting close and the participants and visitors. Later it has been conducted at the State Geological Museum Vernadsky on Moss. For a long time, fairground event was the Moscow Art Lyceum at Krymsky Val. Given the requirement of time, since the beginning of 2015 monthly exhibitions held in the new steel premium "Amber Plaza" business center at street Krasnoproletarskaya house 36 near the Novoslobodskaya metro stations and Dostoevsky. Now it is not just an exhibition, it has become a significant event for all lovers of stone from geologists and gemologists to jewelers - painters, polishers and mineral collectors and lovers of jewelry and all those who are not indifferent to the infinite variety, beauty, and natural stone magic. This kind of club where you can show off your work, exchange creative ideas. And so far, the exhibition is very popular due to its originality and uniqueness. And because every month come here masters from many parts of Russia. Essentially, it is a museum: this number and variety of gems are not found in any jewelry stores or in the salons and galleries. Here you can see and buy the crystals and samples of virtually all types of stones - semi-precious raw materials, and has polished precious, semi-precious and jewelry - precious stones. It will be widely represented at the exhibition various types of artistic stone-cutting products, souvenirs, and handicrafts. They will also be exhibited paleontological and petrified objects and remains of ancient organisms on earth. 

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