The in-person and virtual event is slated for Oct. 20.
Plus, jeweler Melissa Quick of Steve Quick Jeweler details what it was like to go through an AML audit.
It will be live streamed on Sept. 25 and 26.
Here’s the lineup of education sessions and special exhibitions happening at the Denver show.
Created by AGS and GIA, the award will cover full tuition costs for Ohio jewelry store employee Rachel Burazer.
The jeweler is pledging $2 million in scholarship funding for students at Historically Black Colleges and Universities.
The organization has also started a blog.
The event is scheduled for Sept. 16-21 in Denver, with one component for minerals and fossils and another for fine gems and jewelry.
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ClearSale VP Denise Purtzer will discuss online fraud risk and prevention.
Peter Smith shares additional tips from his new book, which include thoughts on avoiding negative people and using hand gestures.
The recipients are receiving a total $35,000 in five scholarship categories.
Shoppers John Nicolosi and Fae Druiz share what they know about, and what they think of, the man-made stones.
Peter Smith shares a handful of tips from his latest book that will, hopefully, make you want to read the other 96.
The Museum of Arts and Design is hosting digital talks with jewelry designers and style arbiters.
Everything you need to know about its upcoming National Convention and Gem Awards straight from CEO Dave Bonaparte.