And the Nominees for the 2023 Gem Awards Are …
Ten Thousand Things, independents Greenwich St. Jewelers and Zadok Jewelers, and National Jeweler’s Michelle Graff are among the nominees.
Heading into its 21st year, the Gem Awards ceremony honors individuals and brands whose work raises the visibility and status of fine jewelry and watches.
The 2023 Gem Awards are scheduled for Friday, March 17, in New York City.
As previously announced, the event’s Lifetime Achievement award will be presented posthumously to Steven Kaiser, the watch industry leader who died unexpectedly earlier this year.
The winners in the three categories below—Jewelry Design, Retail Excellence, and Media Excellence—will be announced live at the event.
Read on to see who was nominated.
For more information on the event, visit the Gem Awards website.
Gem Award for Jewelry Design Nominees
Gem Award for Retail Excellence Nominees
Gem Award for Media Excellence Nominees
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