Tucson Gem & Jewelry Show 2016

2016-09-08 - 2016-09-11
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The J.O.G.S. International Gem & Jewelry Show attracts miners of every stone found in the world, cutters and manufacturers of precious and semiprecious stones, gold, silver, and platinum jewelry along with designers well known and unknown. At J.O.G.S. International Gem & Jewelry Show you can find the largest stones in the world, vases made of gold, jewelry fit for a queen, fountains made of malachite and the largest mammoth ivory tusks ever found. If it is unique, you can find it here. Dealers bring their largest stock to this show and some sell their product by the barrel. Tucson J.O.G.S. Gem & Jewelry Show is a place where you will find the latest gem and jewelry trends, see newly discovered stones, and to learn about the hottest products on the market. Dealers from all over the world come to celebrate the gem and jewelry trade covering every aspect of this diverse market. The J.O.G.S. Show is bursting with a mystical energy and a festive atmosphere. Buyer lists include department stores, chain stores, wholesalers, cruise ships, museum stores and museums, galleries, gift shops and boutiques, mom and pop stores, private collectors and even celebrities. The majority of the buyers come from U.S.A, Canada and South America, but you will meet buyers from all over the world. For most Tucson exhibitors and buyers it?s not just a place of business but it?s a fun place to be.
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Wholesale Only Cash & Carry Show!
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Gem cutters,jewelry manufacturers,dealers of precious and semiprecious stones, gold, silver,platinum,organic jewelry (Amber,pearls,coral) along with designers around the world.

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