All set for the fourth edition of VO Vintage

From 20 to 23 January, VO Vintage will bring the most authoritative voices in the sector dedicated to vintage watches and jewellery to the Vicenza fair.

VO Vintage

The appointment with VO Vintage, an event open to the public conceived by IEG - Italian Exhibition Group and aimed at all collectors, enthusiasts and the curious of fine vintage watches and jewellery, is back. Scheduled from 20th to 23rd January inside Vicenzaoro (Hall 8.1), and in partnership with our magazine L'Orologio, it will enable those present to purchase unique and valuable pieces, negotiate with the best retailers (35 brands are hosted, including vintage watches and jewellery), attend product presentations and exchange views with the greatest experts in the sector.

Ugop Pancani

A true exchange of knowledge and opinions, extended to four days compared to previous editions, which will be able to avail itself again this year of the valuable contribution of Professor Ugo Pancani, from the FHH - Fondation de la Haute Horlogerie, one of the most accredited realities in the diffusion of excellence in the haut de gamme watchmaking segment in the world, and a member of the GPHG Academy. He will hold the watchmaking course entitled 'The world of auctions and watch collecting. Opportunities and risks', scheduled for Sunday 22 January, from 2.30 pm to 4 pm, and intended for enthusiasts.

VO Vintage

Inevitable are the talks that will involve the major exponents of the watchmaking scene. Such as the one on Saturday 21st January at 12 noon, "Identikit of the collector", organised by L'Orologio, which will feature the director Dody Giussani as moderator, flanked by Jacopo Spangaro, organiser of the auction-event The One and owner of Orologeria Spangaro (Udine), and Antonio Follari and Giancarlo Befera, both collectors and members of L'Orologio Club. Following this, at around 12.45 p.m., a cocktail reception organised by L'Orologio will be offered to those who are able to stop by. Also on the calendar on 21 January, at 3.00 pm, the second of the talks organised by L'Orologio, "The trend of the second wrist market": moderator Dody Giussani and speaker Giovanni Varesi, CEO of Antiquorum Italia, together with the co-founders of the site, Francesco Bortolan, Francesco Boni and Stefano Fusai.


Then, from 20 to 24 January, the new 'TIME' community will also be arriving in Vicenza for the first time. As part of Vicenzaoro's B2B format, it is aimed at professional operators and aims to represent the entire contemporary watch supply chain with around fifty Italian and international brands and micro-brands, start-ups and established after-sales components, accessories, instruments and equipment companies.

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