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WJA Raleigh chapter to present Rough to Refined

RaleighKristy Ford design - four 5.8mm round rhodolite garnets set in an 18k and sterling silver ring with millgrain detail.The Women’s Jewelry Association (WJA) Raleigh (NC) chapter is proud to announce their inaugural event, Rough to Refined. The one-of-a-kind jewelry event will be held October 13-14, 2018 at CAM Raleigh, a non-collecting contemporary art museum that provides an environment for transformation through educational programs, cultural experiences, and bold, non-traditional exhibitions by living artists.

62nd Bangkok Gems & Jewelry Fair reports record sales

Thai government promotes Thai gems & jewelry industry and SMEs (small & medium-sized enterprises) to reinforce position as regional gems & jewelry hub

The 62nd Bangkok Gems & Jewelry Fair reported overwhelming success with the Department of International Trade Promotion (DITP) revealing that sales at the fair totaled 2,389.74 million baht (over $73 million USD), exceeding their target. Buyers worldwide expressed interest and admiration for jewelry made by up-and-coming brands as well as Thai SMEs, generating immediate sales and opportunities to become trade partners in the future.

Oklahoma jewelers “Drive the Bus” with anger, sadness and terror!

OJA ClarkMitchell Clark (B. C. Clark Jewelers) speaks to the seminar audience about the American Gem Society, and the Oklahoma Jewelers Association’s new opportunities and responsibilities as an AGS Guild Organization.On August 4th and 5th, jewelers gathered from throughout the state of Oklahoma to be challenged to look for fun and passion every day in all phases of life, and especially when selling jewelry. A fun-filled Sunday morning followed an active evening that included a banquet, a Casino Night, and raising money for Jewelers for Children.

62nd Bangkok Gems & Jewelry Fair expects to draw 20,000+ buyers and visitors

(BANGKOK) - The Ministry of Commerce’s Department of International Trade Promotion (DITP), has announced its readiness to host the 62nd edition of the Bangkok Gems & Jewelry Fair (BGJF) under the theme of “Heritage & Craftsmanship” which highlights Thailand’s cultural heritage and the exquisite craftsmanship of internationally renowned Thai artisans. The 62nd BGJF is expected to welcome over 20,000 buyers and visitors from more than 130 countries across the globe.