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BeauGeste has recently unveiled the watches and jewelry of the attendees for the upcoming 19th annual Palm Beach Jewelry, Art, Antiques, and Design Show. The event will take place between February 17-22. Many brands and designers will be there, including ArtyA Watches of Geneva, Capolavoro Fine Jewelry of Münich, Nigel O'Reilly High Jewelry of Mayo, Ireland, and Vulcain Watches of Le Locle, Switzerland.

About ArtyA Watches, Geneva, Switzerland
From its birth, Yvan Arpa wanted ArtyA to be unique and different from every other watch brand, offering exceptional timepieces for unique people. The uniqueness of the dials also, thanks to many different methods used, such as real tobacco leaves, butterfly wings, rare minerals, to create incomparable works of art on your wrist.

About Capolavoro fine diamond jewelry, Münich, Germany
Caplolavoro is more than just a German jewelry manufacturer – it's a family-run business with character, values, and unique visions. Today, the Fritsch family draws on their combined passion, creativity, and innovative approaches with the founders, Gerhard and Andrea Fritsch, and their children, Theresa, Florian, and Tobias. Their creations are statements of their dreams and their love and eye for aesthetics and craftsmanship in jewelry form, culminating in the famous "Billion Dreams" diamonds jewelry.

About Nigel O'Reilly High Jewellery, from Mayo, Ireland
Nigel O'Reilly has spent the last decade creating some of the world's most luxurious jewellery houses. In 2009 he founded his studio in the West of Ireland. Nigel O'Reilly's work is defined by the bold use of colour and form and a passion for advancing design and fine jewelry creation. His raw materials are magnificent stones and metals. His technical brilliance and personal creative relationships with his clients are some of the world's most discerning jewellery collectors.

About Vulcain Watches, Le Locle, Switzerland
The Vulcain watch manufacturer was founded in 1858 and pioneered the alarm complication for wristwatches. This innovation made the Vulcain watches popular with American presidents starting with Harry S. Truman, earning the brand its reputation as "The Watch for Presidents."

Information originally sourced from EINNews.