International Watch and Jewelry Guild New York April 2015
With over 6,000 members from 64 countries, the International Watch & Jewelry Guild (IWJG) is the world's most active central exchange for acquiring, buying, selling and trading fine vintage, collectable timepieces, estate jewelry, and important diamonds.
The IWJG was founded in 1988 by Burley Bullock, creator of the most successful watch buying program in America. Trade shows today are coordinated by Olga Cortez Bullock and Christina LeDoux.
IWJG members enjoy a wide range of benefits, as well as invitations to 12 to 14 trade shows per year.
Shows are held in first class hotels, with heavy police security and conveniences for all Exhibitors.
*IWJG membership is required in order to attend its trade shows. The public may not attend.
Members trade in vintage and modern watches, jewelry, diamonds, gold, gems, pens, coins, stamps, clocks, estate jewelry, antique jewelry, entire store stocks, entire manufacturer stocks, and close-out lots.
Members also receive 8 informative newsletters per year containing up-to-date price guides on the best-selling watches.