VO Vintage: the 3th is back in Vicenzaoro January

VO Vintage
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On the occasion of Vicenzaoro January which will take place from 21 to 26 January 2022, and after the success of last September, VO Vintage returns with the third edition
Designed by Ieg – Italian Exhibition Group, it is open to the public and to all collectors, enthusiasts and curious of vintage watchmaking and jewelery from Saturday 22 to Monday 24 January 2022.
With a refined and distinctive setting, the appointment with vintage will live in the foyer on the first floor of the Vicenza exhibition center, where guests can devote themselves to the choice and purchase of antiques.

Luxury vintage, a growing sector

The exhibition offer of this third edition is also strengthened, bearing witness to the liveliness of the sector.
With VO Vintage, the organizers offer a response to the needs of “luxury vintage”, a rapidly expanding sector also and above all due to the most recent pressures towards sustainable purchases and the ever-increasing role of watches as investment goods.
Three souls of the Vicenza event: business, information and high-level training. The event dedicated to vintage watchmaking and jewelry will in fact be the showcase for selected collections, which the main dealers in the sector will exhibit in a location that guarantees maximum privacy and safety for exhibitors and visitors.
The expected guests include Stefano Mazzariol, one of the greatest Rolex Daytona experts in the world, as well as an antique dealer, dealer, expert and consultant in vintage watchmaking. Mazzariol who will also return in January with an in-depth session on Newman Master with Carlo Pergola, co-author with Mazzariol of the book “Rolex Daytona, from birth to myth”.

As always at VO VINTAGE, ample space will be given to training moments with important Italian and foreign institutions.
On Saturday 22nd and Sunday 23rd, courses will also be held with the trainers of the CAPAC of Milan to learn the basics of mechanical watchmaking and acquire the skills to assemble and disassemble a mechanical movement directly in the classroom. The courses are open to all enthusiasts and no technical skills are required. All registration information will be available on the event website.