The annual event will be held this October in Jaipur, India.
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The company has appointed Michael Schechter as director of business development.
The Strip is full of new restaurant and entertainment offerings.
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The BIJC Collective will showcase fine jewelry and loose gemstones from six Black-owned brands.
Online registration is open now for the annual event and early-bird savings will end May 28.
During its annual Conclave event, AGS gave out several awards, including Young Titleholder of the Year and the Sallie Morton Award.
More than 130 Made in Italy Manufacturers will be exhibiting at JCK Las Vegas and Couture under the Extraordinary Italian Jewelry banner.
The application window for the annual “Future of Jewelry Making” scholarship will close May 15.
The list recognizes young retail talent nationwide.
Scholarships are available for a variety of industry diploma, professional development, and certification programs.
The most trusted diamond report, available in print or the GIA App.
Plus, AGS has announced the location for Conclave 2024.
Any Jewelers of America member can apply for the jewelry design competition until June 28.
Gal Gadot wore the necklace to cut the ribbon on Tiffany’s reopened New York City flagship.
Selected designers will create jewelry using recycled and donated goods to be exhibited and judged in November.
There are five jewelry talents highlighted in the “Designer Vivarium,” curated by historian Vivienne Becker.
Natalie Wolf DiModica of James Wolf Jewelers in Mason, Ohio, is this year’s recipient.
The two organizations are holding an educational workshop covering topics like lab-grown diamonds, jewelry trends, and insurance.
The singer will headline “JCK Rocks,” the annual evening of entertainment held after JFC’s “Facets of Hope” event.
The Museum of Arts and Design is hosting its annual benefit sale of contemporary jewelry later this month.
AGTA GemFair and the Denver Gem & Mineral Show also will have a presence on the show floor.
The organization said it will recognize those who exemplify the idea that doing good is good business.
The CEOs of Signet, Helzberg, and GIA spoke on a water conservation panel, and had lakes named in their companies’ honor.
Jewelry historians, authors, and experts will explore the works of Tiffany & Co., Oscar Heyman, Verdura, and more.
The industry gathered to celebrate those who elevate the jewelry and watch industries.
Here’s what the nine chosen organizations plan to do with the funds.
See 15 fabulous pieces from the 2023 Gem Award for Jewelry Design nominees: Anita Ko, Kirsty Stone, and Ron Anderson and David Rees.
They will be recognized at the organization’s annual luncheon this weekend in New York City.
More than 200 exhibitors are scheduled for the May 11-14 event.
The exhibit received the Betty Clayton Gibson Memorial Trophy for “Best Museum Exhibit for 2023.”
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