Precious Stones (Edle Steine) St. Ingbert

| Exhibition of minerals, fossils, jewelry and gems | regional Fair

The "Precious Stones" fair in St. Ingbert, an annual event traditionally held in November, stands as one of the largest and most prestigious fairs of its kind in the southwestern German region. Since its inception by the St. Ingbert city administration, the fair has established itself as a central meeting point for enthusiasts of minerals, fossils, jewelry, and gemstones..

The venue for the fair is the welcoming city hall in St. Ingbert, a location known for hosting various cultural, social, and commercial events. The hall provides ample space for numerous exhibitors to showcase their diverse and often unique products, offering visitors the opportunity to immerse themselves in the fascinating world of precious stones.

The core theme of the fair revolves around the captivating realm of minerals, fossils, and gemstones. The focus is on their natural beauty, historical significance, and the artisanal skill involved in their processing. Many exhibits are already striking in their raw state due to their uniqueness, but it is particularly the expertly polished gemstones that demonstrate a remarkable enhancement in aesthetics, attracting collectors and jewelry enthusiasts alike.

A special highlight of the fair is the diversity of products. In addition to classic gemstones and jewelry, fair attendees can admire fossilized animals and plants that provide a unique insight into geological history and shed light on the evolution of flora and fauna from long bygone eras. These fossils represent not only aesthetic and historical values but also hold scientific significance.

In addition to the sale of gemstones and fossils, the fair is also characterized by a supporting program that includes lectures, workshops, and special exhibitions. A unique feature of the "Precious Stones" fair is the annual raffle. Here, exhibitors provide valuable prizes, the proceeds from which are donated to charitable causes, highlighting the social responsibility and sense of community of the event.

The "Precious Stones" fair is also a cultural and education-oriented event that promotes awareness of the natural beauty and diversity of our planet. It offers a unique opportunity for interaction, education, and the purchase of rarities, thus establishing itself as an indispensable event for professionals and enthusiasts in the region and beyond.

The Precious Stones (Edle Steine) takes place annually, and therefore for the 36th time previsibly in November 2024 in St. Ingbert.

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Local time:
12:01 h (UTC +01:00)

Fair location:

Am Markt 6, 66386 St. Ingbert, Saarland, Germany


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Am Markt 12
66386 St. Ingbert, Germany
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Past editions:
  • 04. - 05. November 2023
  • 05. - 06. November 2022
  • 06. - 07. November 2021
  • 02. - 03. November 2019

Fair location:

Am Markt 6, 66386 St. Ingbert, Saarland, Germany


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Product groups: fossils, gems, jewelry, minerals, …

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Where does the Precious Stones (Edle Steine) taking place?
The Precious Stones (Edle Steine) fair takes place in St. Ingbert, at the Stadthalle.

When is the Precious Stones (Edle Steine) taking place?
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How often does the Precious Stones (Edle Steine) take place?
The Precious Stones (Edle Steine) takes place annually.

What kind of fair is the Precious Stones (Edle Steine)?
The Precious Stones (Edle Steine) is an exhibition for Minerals, Gemstones and Fossils.