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JA New York hires retailer liaison

Judy Karlin-Grant has been hired as the retailer liaison for the JA New York shows, spearheading the Hosted Buyer program and serving as the main point of contact for jewelers.



Market roundup: What buyers wanted in Miami

If the recently concluded trade shows in Miami are any indication, trendy diamond fashion jewelry will continue to be the hot item in the coming holiday season and beyond.


Antique show to co-locate with JA NY, MJSA Expo

U.S. Antique Shows announced that the March 2016 edition of Lueur will be held at New York’s Jacob K. Javits Convention Center at the same time as both the JA New York Spring and MJSA Expo shows.


JIS October show kicks off in Miami

Exhibitors at the JIS Miami show, which opened Thursday, reported that buyers seemed to be looking for classic, wearable pieces at lower price points ahead of the holidays.


Reed launching Las Vegas cash-and-carry show

Reed Exhibitions, the company that owns the JCK and JIS shows, is introducing a new trade show next year that will take place during market week in Las Vegas.


JCK’s Luxury show plans expansion for 2016

As Luxury Las Vegas moves into newly renovated ballrooms at Mandalay Bay next year, JCK Events will add Prestige and the newly created Luxury Watch section to the show.


Q&A on brands, merchandise to lead Centurion show

Centurion has outlined the educational program for its upcoming Select show in Dallas, and announced the promotion of Barri Singer to national sales executive.


Global, digital influences to inspire design in ‘16

But just knowing the trends won’t be enough for jewelers to sell these pieces. They’ll need to market them accordingly too, said Jewelers of America’s Amanda Gizzi.


Jocelyn Prestia named New Designer of the Year

Prestia, the woman behind Unhada, was recognized with the award Monday afternoon at the JA New York Summer show.


New York antique show to open this week

U.S. Antique Shows will hold its New York Antique Jewelry & Watch show from Friday, July 24 to Monday, July 27 at the Metropolitan Pavilion in Manhattan.


5 wearable tech brands to exhibit at JA New York

Among the offerings will be a wellness ring that measures sleep, rest and active life and a bracelet that filters the wearer’s mobile notifications.


Select by Centurion to hold Chicago show next month

The show, Select’s first in the Windy City, is scheduled for Aug. 16 to 17 at the Four Seasons Hotel.


10 new designers to see this summer

In this preview of JA New York Summer, see the work of the 10 women who comprise the show’s New Designer Gallery this year.  


Charles Garnier announces winners of Apple watches

All retailers needed to do to win one of the smartwatches was make a five-minute appointment at the brand’s booth at JCK Las Vegas.


Craft, Accessories councils join JA NY Summer

The American Craft Council and the Accessories Council have signed on to exhibit at the JA New York Summer show and are bringing new brands, designers and artists with them.


Las Vegas shows see attendance rise

Organizers of both JCK Las Vegas and the Las Vegas Antique Jewelry & Watch Show reported single-digit gains in the number of attendees this year.


After acquisition, JCK’s Bill Furman to join JIS team

Following the news that Reed Expositions is purchasing Jewelers International Showcase (JIS), JCK magazine and trade show veteran Bill Furman will join the JIS Miami trade show team.


Sex and the City costume designer coming to JCK

Patricia Field, who greatly influenced fashion dressing the four stars of Sex and the City, will discuss trends and the “it” factor during an event scheduled for Saturday afternoon. 


Diamond company to offer at-booth consulting

Amipi is holding a “Consult Lab” for retailers in its booth at the JCK show this year that will feature experts on marketing, merchandising and social media.


JCK Las Vegas owner acquires JIS shows

Reed Exhibitions announced late Friday that it has bought Jewelers International Showcase, which operates the three JIS shows held each year in Miami Beach.


IDCA to honor 4 in Las Vegas

The Indian Diamond & Colorstone Association is set to celebrate its 31st annual gala and awards ceremony in Las Vegas on the evening of Friday, May 29.


Couture collaborates to build watch segment

The trade show has announced a strategic partnership with consulting agency Kaiser Time to help it grow its luxury watch category. 


11 pieces to see at the antique jewelry show

The Las Vegas Antique Jewelry & Watch Show begins Thursday, May 28 and runs through Sunday, May 31 at the Paris hotel. It is open only to the trade.


Richline to bring wearables to Las Vegas

The jewelry manufacturer is partnering with JCK Las Vegas to hold a “World of Wearables” exhibition and panel on May 28 showcasing the latest innovations in wearable technology and connected devices. 


JA New York, MJSA Expo co-locate for March shows

The March 2016 edition of MJSA Expo is moving to the Javits Center and will be held at the same time as the JA New York show there.


Alex and Ani signs on to JCK

The Cranston, R.I.-based jewelry brand will be located in the Four Seasons Hotel adjacent to Mandalay Bay and will be open to all JCK buyers, but by appointment only.


7 security mistakes made at trade shows

A former Israeli Defense expert who now heads a jewelry-focused security firm runs down the main missteps exhibitors make that lead to losses. 


JA to offer on-site certification at upcoming shows

The organization will offer sales and management professional certification exams at four upcoming industry events across the country.


Baselworld attendance declines again

More than 150,000 people attended the trade show in Switzerland this year, a 3 percent drop from last year.


Retail academy to offer pre-show, holiday prep

The Edge Retail Academy will hold two conferences this year to help retailers develop their trade show and holiday season preparation strategies using The Edge software. 


Registration opens for antique jewelry show

The Las Vegas Antique Jewelry & Watch Show will offer watches, brooches and other jewelry from the Renaissance to Modern periods. 


Hong Kong shows see more US buyers

Show organizers said the number of buyers from the United States who attended the Hong Kong gem and jewelry shows this month increased, as did overall attendance.


Groups organizing new Mediterranean conference

Four industry organizations are launching a gem and jewelry conference that will take place at a “new and exotic” location in the Mediterranean region each year, starting with Athens, Greece this June.


‘Disruptive’ jewelry focus of MJSA keynote

A consumer trends expert who has worked with Rio Tinto and Coca-Cola will deliver the speech at the association’s New York expo, scheduled for March 8 to 10.


Atlanta Jewelry Show announces education program

Marketing tactics, social media strategies and e-commerce are among the topics that will be discussed at the Atlanta Jewelry Show’s University education series.


‘Fruchtman University’ to debut at Smart show

Fruchtman Marketing is introducing a program at the Smart show this April that gives pre-qualified retailers a free 90-minute strategy session on marketing, digital programs and media planning.


How to prepare for the consumers of 2020

The drastic change in demographics that will take place over the next five years will greatly change the workforce as well as the consumer base. At AGTA GemFair, one expert shared 12 tips on how to understand and adapt. 


Vicenzaoro buyer attendance up 13 percent

Vicenzaoro’s reformatted show closed Wednesday in Italy with show organizers reporting a double-digit increase in buyer attendance.  


Trendvision defines the 4 types of consumers

Creative Director Paolo De Luca breaks down the characteristics, favorite blogs and fitting design motifs for the consumers of today. 


7 new pieces from JA New York Winter

JA New York Winter gave brands and designers the opportunity to display their newest pieces for spring. Here are seven jewels found at the show. 


How to adapt to the changing bridal market

During a session at the JA New York show Monday, experts discussed how jewelers can navigate the changes in today’s marriage market to capitalize on current opportunities. 


How jewelers can keep it simple, tell a story

During her keynote address at the JA NY Winter show, MSNBC host JJ Ramberg spoke of the need for retailers to simplify their businesses and explain the “why” behind their stores.


The 8 educational sessions of JA NY Winter

A keynote speech delivered by a small business expert and a panel discussion on how to snag the modern bride are among the sessions scheduled to take place at the JA New York Winter show. 


Rapaport show returns to Basel

For the second year in a row, Rapaport Ltd. will hold its diamond-centric trade show at the same time as Baselworld. 


Free appraisals being offered at Miami antiques show

U.S. Antiques Shows will hold an appraisal day at the upcoming Original Miami Beach Antique Show in partnership with Skinner Auctioneers & Appraisers.  


Vicenzaoro debuts ‘boutique’ format

Fiera di Vicenza S.p.A has unveiled “The Boutique Show” concept, which places exhibitors into one of six defined areas based on what they sell. 


15 pieces to see at JA Winter 2015

On-trend openwork, personalized pieces, karat-gold tattoos and even jewelry created using 3D printing--see it all the show later this month.  


What jewelers can learn from other business owners

JJ Ramberg, host of MSNBC’s Your Business and the JA New York Winter keynote speaker, shares stories of the small companies she’s covered, including a low-fat bagel baker and a laundromat.  


JFC holding third annual party in NYC

“Celebrate New York,” a now-annual event for Jewelers for Children, is back and will take place on Jan. 18, the evening of the opening day of the JA New York Winter Show. 


MSNBC anchor to deliver keynote at JA NY Winter

Your Business host JJ Ramberg will give JA New York Winter attendees and exhibitors tips for running their businesses on Jan. 18, the opening day of the show.    


GIA to hold lab classes at Atlanta jewelry show

The Gemological Institute of America will teach hands-on instruction in colored stone and pearl grading from Feb. 25 to 28 in conjunction with the Atlanta Jewelry Show. 


Speakers for 2015 Centurion show announced

Actors Henry Winkler and Marlee Matlin will open the education sessions at Centurion in February, taking the stage to talk about triumphing over adversity. 


New antique jewelry show to take place next Oct.

U.S. Antique Shows, organizers of the trade-only antique jewelry show held in Las Vegas every year, is launching a new show aimed at the high-end market.   


9 pieces to see at the Miami antique show

When the antique and estate jewelry and watch show opens in Miami later this week, vendors will have pieces ranging from Renaissance to retro on display. 


JA opens 2015 CASE Awards for submissions

 Jewelers of America now is accepting entries for its annual retailer design competition to be held at the JA New York Winter show in January. 


What retailers are buying at Special Delivery

The JA New York Special Delivery show opened Sunday to a lot of buzz and buying activity on the show floor, as retailers look to stock up on on-trend pieces for the holiday season.


Trade show fixture Celida Hidalgo dies at 95

Celida Hidalgo, co-founder of the Hidalgo Jewelry brand and mother of designer Silvio Hidalgo, died this summer. She was 95 years old. 


MJSA’s ConFab slated for early November

MJSA has announced the dates for its third annual ConFab conference, which offers presentations on business skills that help jewelry makers and designers succeed. 


UBM buys Advanstar in $972M deal

British communications and trade show company United Business Media Plc (UBM) is set to acquire Advanstar, an events and marketing service business based in New York. 


Dates set for fall Pier Antique Show

U.S. Antique Shows announced that its bi-annual Pier Antique Show will return on Nov. 22 and 23 to New York City’s Pier 94 on the Hudson River. 


UBM in talks to acquire Advanstar

International media and trade show company United Business Media (UBM) confirmed last week it is in discussions to acquire Advanstar, an event and marketing service business based in New York. 


JA NY Special Delivery slated for late October

Dates have been set for the JA New York Special Delivery show, a cash-and-carry trade show that gives retailers access to relevant, last-minute product to fill their showcases in time for the holidays. 


European trade show adds smartwatches

As the market for so-called smartwatches continues to grow, Inhorgenta Munich, the jewelry and watch trade show held in Germany, announced that a number of smartwatch manufacturers and brands plan to exhibit at the next show. 


MJSA bench conference, trade fair set for next month

The MJSA’s second Jeweler’s Bench Conference & Trade Fair has been scheduled for Sept. 13 to 14, returning to the Sheraton Providence Airport Hotel in Providence, R.I. 


Southern hospitality at its finest (jewelry)

New National Jeweler columnist Lilian Raji takes readers on a tour through the aisles of the recent Atlanta Jewelry Show. 


Attendance up 3 percent at NY antique show

U.S. Antique Shows reported that its New York Antique Jewelry & Watch show recorded a 3 percent increase in overall attendance, as well as the highest attendee numbers in the show’s history for two of the days.


In New York, JA NY Summer draws to a close

Exhibitors and buyers packed it in Tuesday as the JA New York Summer show came to an end after three days of buying activity at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center.


TAP by Todd Pownell snags New Designer award

Todd Pownell has been recognized with the 2014 Mort Abelson New Designer of the Year Award, presented to him Monday at the JA New York Summer Show. 


New designers, education abound at JA NY Summer

A busy show floor and a positive attitude among attendees marked the kickoff of the JA New York Summer Show, which began Sunday at the Javits Center.


2015 edition of JA NY Winter moved to January

JA New York organizers have moved the 2015 winter show from March to January in order to avoid overlap with other industry trade shows. 


Make your podcast debut at JA NY Summer

National Jeweler is guest hosting an upcoming episode of the jeweler-targeted podcast “Inside the Jewelry Trade” and will be recording segments from retailers, manufacturers and suppliers at the upcoming JA New York Summer show. Find out how to get involved.


New York antique show kicks off Friday

More than 100 vendors are set to exhibit at the upcoming New York Antique Jewelry & Watch show, which is scheduled to take place Friday through Monday at the Metropolitan Pavilion in Manhattan. 


10 sessions for learning at JA New York Summer

Synthetic diamond disclosure, website traffic and trend forecasting are among the topics that will be covered at JA New York Summer Show’s Educational Conference, which will take place Sunday, July 27 and Monday, July 28. 


10 designers who’ll debut at JA New York Summer

Ten designers will mark their official trade show debut later this month in the New Designer Gallery at the JA New York Summer show.


5 companies back in JA New York’s Inner Circle

Five companies are returning to the Inner Circle at the upcoming JA New York Summer show, a pavilion that features high-end products from an array of designers and manufacturers. 


Jewelry Television hunts for talent at JA NY Summer

Jewelry Television is holding casting calls that are open to the public at the upcoming JA New York Summer show, with the on-air and online retailer looking for talent for its broadcast.


From Couture: A consultant's perspective

Consultant Ben Janowski has been in the jewelry industry for four decades. Here's what caught his eye at the recent Couture show in Las Vegas. 


AGS Conclave seminars now ‘on demand’

Videos of popular keynote addresses and featured sessions from the American Gem Society’s Conclave conferences are now available to the industry for free with Conclave On Demand. 


Antique show records biggest opening day ever

The trade-only antique and estate jewelry show in Las Vegas ended on a positive note, with a number of changes made to the show bringing in more buyers.  


Jewelry history lessons to precede Miami show

A series of educational seminars on jewelry history will take place in the two days before the 2015 Original Miami Beach Antique Show, which is scheduled for Jan. 30 to Feb. 3 at the city’s convention center.


What readers ‘liked’ most in Las Vegas

From delicate gold designs to large, bold colored gemstone pieces, National Jeweler recounts the top pictures on its Instagram account from market week. 


Las Vegas in photos

National Jeweler covered both ends of the Strip in this photo gallery, which our editors built upon throughout market week. Have photos from Las Vegas you want to share? Tweet or Instagram #NationalJewelerVIP.


At the Wynn, Couture starts with a splash

“Electric Lady” singer Janelle Monáe lit up the stage, and even jumped into the pool, for the Couture audience Thursday night, topping off a strong start to the show for both buyers and exhibitors. 


What’s on tap today: Friday, May 30

National Jeweler celebrates at the antique jewelry show while Couture serves cocktails at sunset and the Indian Diamond & Colorstone Association hosts its annual gala at the Mandalay Bay.


GIA offering services, museum preview in Las Vegas

The Gemological Institute of America will offer a number of services and educational sessions during market week. 


As Couture opens, design expectations soar

Couture show exhibitors enjoyed a welcome party at the Wynn Las Vegas Wednesday evening, with many not only expressing a positive outlook for the five days ahead but noting the strength of design in pieces they’ve seen from fellow exhibitors so far.


Thursday, May 29: What’s on tap today

The Couture show opens today with Janelle Monáe, while DEF gets down at its annual gala, the antique and estate jewelry show starts at the Paris and the AGA has a day-long conference on lab-grown diamonds.


4 trade show safety tips

Insurance agency Jewelers Unblocked has offered trade show safety tips for industry professionals heading to Las Vegas next week. 


10 education sessions to attend in Las Vegas

National Jeweler has looked through the educational seminars that JCK will offer in Las Vegas to bring jewelers the 10 presentations they should be sure to check out.


A preview of pieces to see in Las Vegas

What’s there to view in Las Vegas? Rose gold, personalized pieces--which continue to be popular--plenty of color and, of course, bridal. Click through this slideshow to see selections from 25 JCK exhibitors. 


10 fun things to do in Las Vegas

With market week upon us, National Jeweler has put together a list of 10 exciting, adventurous and relaxing things to do in Las Vegas when shows are over or, for those who miraculously manage to find free time, during them.


10 restaurants to check out in Las Vegas

National Jeweler solicited recommendations from frequent Vegas goers, scoured tourism websites and leaned on the local Time Out magazine to compile this list of the city’s best dining.  


In Couture NextWave contest, a Vespa is the prize

Anyone attending the Couture show in Las Vegas later this month can enter a contest to win a new Vespa scooter, valued at $10,000. 


Fiera di Vicenza launches trade show in Dubai

Fiera di Vicenza S.p.A, the company that operates VicenzaOro, and the Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) will premiere a new international jewelry tradeshow in Dubai next year. 


12 pieces to see at the Las Vegas antique show

When the antique and estate jewelry and watch show opens in Las Vegas at the end of the month, more than 400 exhibitors will bring a mix of pieces from the 1700s and 1800s to Art Deco and even more modern jewels to Sin City. 


NY antique show to return in July

The New York Antique Jewelry & Watch Show is coming back to the Metropolitan Pavilion this July, with more than 100 antique jewelry and watch dealers slated to exhibit.  


Dates set for invite-only Prime show

The Prime Jewelry Group will host an invitation-only buying event in Miami this summer, bringing together high-end independent retailers with manufacturers. 


US Antique Shows partnering with Polygon

Online trading platform Polygon will sponsor and have a presence at multiple U.S. Antique Shows this year and in 2015, giving attendees tours of the website and explaining membership opportunities. 


Rock Vault returns to Couture with more designers

Stephen Webster is bringing the Rock Vault, a curated group of British designers eager to introduce their work to U.S. buyers and press, back to Couture this year.


Emerging designers, the Gallery is now open

Up-and-coming jewelry designers who would like to show their work in the JA New York Summer show’s New Designer Gallery can now apply to exhibit. 


Baselworld buyer attendance down 4 percent

The number of buyers in attendance at Baselworld was 117,000 this year, a 4 percent decrease compared with the 122,000 that attended last year, according to show organizers. 


Rapaport sets Diamond Show dates for 2015

After what it said was a successful first show, the Rapaport Group has announced it will host the Diamond Show at Baselworld again next year at the same venue, the Markthalle building. 


Exhibiting space, registration open for Select shows

Registration is open for the 2014 Select by Centurion shows, which cater to regional and hosted retailers by featuring small groups of designers and manufacturers.  


Couture’s opening act, finally revealed in full

Following a slow unscrambling on social media, Couture officially announced Wednesday that soul singer Janelle Monáe will be the entertainment for this year’s opening night event, scheduled for May 29 at the Wynn Las Vegas. 


Dates set for Las Vegas antique jewelry show

U.S. Antique Shows has announced that it will hold its trade-only Las Vegas Antique Jewelry & Watch Show from May 29 to June 1 at the Paris hotel.


JA New York’s four-day show wraps up

Although the threat of a snowstorm and a closely scheduled fair in Hong Kong surrounded the JA New York Winter show this year, buyers turned out to shop the floor for the extended four-day show.


Live from JA New York: Diversify the supply chain

Don’t rely on a single manufacturer for any one product, pick suppliers that work with the store’s delivery needs and payment abilities, and check their references. These were just a few of the tips offered at a session on diversifying a store’s supply chain held Monday at the JA New York Winter show.


Live from JA New York: Why it pays to be ‘likeable’

“The ROI (return on investment) of social media is that your business will still exist in five years.” That was the crux of a talk given Monday at the JA New York Winter show by Dave Kerpen, CEO of Likeable Jewelers and a best-selling author. 


JA New York Winter opens, with extra incentive

The JA New York Winter show opened Saturday at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, with an added twist: thousands in free cash to 18 lucky buyers to spend at the show.


Live from JA New York: Capitalizing on custom

During a panel held Sunday at JA New York Winter, Peggy Jo Donahue of MJSA moderated a discussion with a Connecticut jeweler about how they have used custom design to their benefit and how other retailers can do the same.


GJEPC launches new jewelry show in Dubai

The Dubai Multi Commodities Centre along with the Gem & Jewellery Export Promotion Council will premiere a new industry fair next month in Dubai, the Global Gem & Jewellery Fair.


The six new designers of the winter show

A half-dozen designers will, for the first time ever, exhibit their pieces at the upcoming JA New York Winter show, scheduled for March 1 to 4 at the Jacob K. Javits Center in New York.


TimeCrafters brings watch show back to New York

TimeCrafters has announced that it will hold its third annual open-to-the-public luxury watch show in New York City. It is scheduled for May 16 to 18. 


Brazil gem show now ‘Fair at the Source’

In an attempt to spark interest in Brazilian gems, the country’s Gem Export Association is rebranding its international gem trade show and relaunching it this summer. 


Get educated at JA New York Winter

JA New York has released the lineup of speakers and panels for the education program at its upcoming winter show, helping retailers take home relevant information on top of a new stock of jewelry. 


Emerald Expositions completes acquisition of GLM

Emerald Expositions, the parent company of National Jeweler, the JA New York shows and Couture, announced Wednesday that it has completed its acquisition of George Little Management LLC from Providence Equity Partners for $335 million.


The ‘Retail Doctor’ to speak at Smart show

Business consultant Bob Phibbs, who is known as the “Retail Doctor,” is the keynote speaker for the Smart Jewelry Show, which will take place April 5 to 7 at Chicago’s Navy Pier. 


TJA announces new conference for jewelers

The Texas Jewelers Association (TJA) will host an inaugural conference this weekend that will focus on tools, tips, technology and team-building skills for jewelers. 


Atlanta show to offer more educational seminars

An expanded educational program is part of this year’s Atlanta Jewelry Show, scheduled for March 8 to 10 at the Cobb Galleria Centre. 


Ambiente show launching in India this June

Trade show organizer Messe Frankfurt Inc. has announced that it is expanding its Ambiente trade show, which covers home design, furnishings and accessories, into India for the first time.


Rapaport to sponsor four antique jewelry shows

The Rapaport Group will be sponsoring four fairs organized by U.S. Antique Shows in 2014. 


Fiera di Vicenza names new president

Matteo Marzotto is the new president of Fiera di Vicenza S.p.A., the company that organizes the Vicenzaoro trade shows that are held in Italy three times a year.


First machinery expo held in Surat

The inaugural India Gem & Jewellery Machinery Expo (IGJME) took place in Surat from Dec. 13 to 15, attracting attendees from the production and retail segments of the jewelry industry.


‘Conflict’ minerals seminar added to Vicenzaoro

CIBJO, the World Jewellery Confederation, announced Monday that a session addressing the regulation of minerals from areas of conflict in Africa and their impact on the jewelry industry will be held during the Vicenzaoro winter trade show this January.


Emerald Expositions acquiring GLM in $335M deal

Emerald Expositions, the parent company of National Jeweler, JA New York and Couture, announced Friday that it has agreed to acquire George Little Management LLC (GLM) from Providence Equity Partners for $335 million.


Rapaport to host diamond trade show in Basel

The Rapaport Group, the organization known for diamond pricing, is getting into the trade show game with the launch of a diamond-centric show scheduled to take place in conjunction with Baselworld.


Miami antiques show adds education sessions

U.S. Antique Shows has added an educational component to The Original Miami Beach Antique Show to help its attendees further their knowledge of antique jewelry. 


New dates set for Miami antique jewelry show

Less than a month after announcing a change in name and a new venue, the Miami Antique Jewelry & Watch Show has moved its dates, and will now hold the 22nd edition of the show from Nov. 7 to 9, 2014.


In NY, JA Special Delivery draws to a close

JA Special Delivery ended Tuesday, wrapping up three days of buying and selling activity, with a number of vendors noting that their silver business was particularly strong.



AGS announces additional Conclave speakers

A group of businesses leaders, sales experts and thought innovators will join basketball star Magic Johnson as speakers at American Gem Society (AGS) Conclave 2014 in San Diego.


JA cash-and-carry show opens with positive energy

JA New York opened its Special Delivery show to a good buzz Sunday at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in Manhattan.


JA’s cash-and-carry show kicks off Sunday

Nearly 500 vendors are set to exhibit at the upcoming JA New York Special Delivery show, which begins Sunday at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York.


Palm Beach group buys NY antiques show

The Palm Beach Show Group (PBSG) has acquired the New York-based Avenue Antiques, Art & Design at the Armory Show from Manhattan Media.


Miami antique jewelry show changes venues

Next year’s Miami Beach Antique Jewelry & Watch Show will take place in a new location and debut a new name: the Miami Antique Jewelry & Watch Show.


Show session outlines what’s hot for fall

Industry professionals got the inside scoop on jewelry trends for the fall season at an educational seminar held Monday afternoon at the JA New York Summer Show.