When you attend a trade show, you want to showcase your best jewelry to attract buyers. But in the course of coming and going from any jewelry trade show, you may also attract the unwelcome attention of criminals. Are you adequately covered for your travels?
Designer Erica Courtney, Italian brand Nanis, and bridal company Michael M. are the newest exhibitors to sign up for Luxury. Luxury joins Prestige, Luxury Watch, and Elite Enclave in newly renovated ballrooms that are part of Mandalay Bay’s makeover.
More than 200 jewellers from across the United States made the trek to Louisiana for Stuller’s annual Bench Jeweler Workshop. “Workshop has always been a customer favourite. It draws a dynamic, enthusiastic crowd each year,” said vice-president of Merchandising, Tammy Kidder.
American Gem Society (AGS) has released its list of sponsors for its annual Conclave. Held April 13 to 16, Conclave is set to welcome members from all levels of the supply chain to the Hyatt Regency Crystal City in Washington, D.C.
Esperanza diamond is set to be the centrepiece of a display hosted at the Smart Jewelry Show. It joins other stones that are part of the R. Harder Gallery of Gems and Minerals, one of the nation’s largest private collections of minerals and gemstones in their natural form.
A Richard Mille tourbillon and a Vacheron Constantin diamond-set tourbillon sold for $426,000 U.S. apiece at Sotheby’s Hong Kong Important Watches Spring Sale. Held on April 6, the auction totalled $8.4 million U.S.
Gem photographer John Parrish died April 1 after falling from a cliff while on a camping trip. He was perhaps best known in industry circles for his photographic work of the winning pieces in the American Gem Trade Association’s (AGTA’s) Spectrum Awards. He was 65 years old.