International Jeweler and Watchmaker Day
International Jeweler and Watchmaker Day is held on November 3. This event in the first decade of the month November is annual. Help us
The jeweler is a professional dedicated to the manufacture, repair and marketing of jewelry. Jewelry is both the production of jewelry and its trade as well as the place where it is put on sale. It is a commemoration of the work done by all of them who strive every day to ensure that their customers are satisfied with their purchases.
The origin of the Jeweler's and Watchmaker's Day is found in the commemoration of the birth of Benvenuto Cellini, November 3, 1500. Cellini was a great sculptor and jeweler who created important works such as the crucifix that Francis de Medici gave to Philip II in 1576.
Today all jewelers celebrate their day with different activities. Many jewelers expose jewelry and watches never seen before in their store or workshop, others make discounts to their customers, many workshops open their doors so that customers can observe the work done by jewelers of new jewelry or those who are in repair for some reason.
Today there are also exhibitions where you can see the historical changes that the jeweler's work has undergone over the years.
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