The Ethical Gem Fair Is Returning to Denver This Fall
It will be held Sept. 6 and 7 at local gallery Balefire Goods.
The Ethical Gem Fair Denver, open to the trade only, will be held Tuesday, Sept. 6 and Wednesday, Sept. 7 at local gallery Balefire Goods.
The fair initially came to the U.S. in 2020, aligning with the Tucson gem shows, before going virtual during the pandemic and then expanding to Denver last year to coincide with the inaugural HardRock Summit.
The September event will provide the industry with the chance to source gemstones from various suppliers, including Agere Treasures, Anza Gems, Capricorn Gems, Columbia Gem House, Fairtrade Gemstones, Nature’s Geometry, Nineteen48, Perpetuum Jewels, Quore, and Virtu Gem.
The brands at the upcoming Ethical Gem Fair will have a variety of gemstones available with event-only promotions, organizers said.
The show will be open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. both days.
For more information, visit EthicalGemSuppliers.com.
Registration is free; appointments are available on a first-come, first-served basis. To register, visit Eventbrite.com.
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