Jewelry exhibition and sale "The treasures of St. Petersburg"

01 March, Sunday

The festive jewelry exhibition-sale “Treasures of St. Petersburg” will take place on the eve of the celebration of International Women's Day, from February 27 to March 1, at the Museum of Communications named after Popova.

According to studies, every fifth man gives jewelry on March 8th. You can find what your soul mate will like, and even save the family budget, at the exhibition “Treasures of St. Petersburg”.

For 4 days, from February 27 to March 1, in the St. Petersburg Museum of Communications named after Over 250 jewelry companies and craftsmen from 24 regions of Russia, as well as Armenia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Lithuania and Estonia will come to Popov (aka Chancellor Bezborodko’s Palace).

Two floors of the museum will feature more than 50,000 jewelry. The exhibition will bring together leaders in the jewelry industry and those who are just entering the market and want to make themselves known.

All the most unique collections for every taste will be presented in its wide variety. You will find classic jewelry from famous manufacturers from St. Petersburg, Moscow and Kostroma, jewelry with legendary diamonds from Yakutia, designer jewelry, jewelry inserts, Kaliningrad amber, Georgian jet, Cuban silver, enamel jewelry, enamel; stone-cutting plastic and much more.

If you dream of exclusive handmade jewelry and serial production jewelry isn’t suitable for you, you are looking for original work of art, you want your jewelry to remain one of a kind, then the exhibition “Treasures of St. Petersburg” will be a real gift for you! Immediately 30 stands will present copyright jewelery and designers jewelry from across the country.

Also, the section “Gifts for March 8” is waiting for you: luxury handmade jewelry, jewelry with jewelry crystals, caskets, ceramics, souvenirs and much more.

In honor of the celebration of March 8, the organizers prepared a surprise: valuable prizes to each buyer of the exhibition.


- Free tours with a story about the history of the palace of a prominent figure from the time of Catherine II, Chancellor Alexander Andreevich Bezborodko. Every day on the days of the exhibition at 12.00, 15.00 and 17.00;

- free examination of stones and jewelry from a gemologist;

- repair of jewelry and beads right at the exhibition.


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