Why Attend the JOGS Gem & Jewelry Show?
Tucson Gem and Jewelry Show has been a top destination for gem and jewelry industry professionals for the last 56 years, and it is one of the main show destinations for industry related business buyers from all over the world. During the show, the city of Tucson turns into an enormous marketplace dedicated to gems, jewelry, and minerals. The JOGS Tucson Show, hosted by JOGS International Exhibits, LLC, has grown into the largest and one of the most popular Gem and Jewelry Shows with versatile International and Domestic Pavilions:
- Amber Pavilion - over 30 top amber manufacturers and designers from Poland, Russia, Lithuania and Columbia. Designer Baltic amber jewelry set in sterling silver and gold, amber cameos, carvings and natural Baltic amber beads
- Southwest Pavilion - the varied styles of some of the most prominent Handmade Native American Jewelry, Southwestern/Indian Arts and Crafts reflect the mastery of techniques refined over hundreds of years and the influence of neighboring cultures
- Top US Turquoise Pavilion - paradise for turquoise hunters. Major miners and dealers with finished sterling silver jewelry, cabochons, beads and rough from the world’s best turquoise mines. Bisbee turquoise, Kingman turquoise, Sleeping Beauty Turquoise, Nevada turquoise, New Mexico turquoise, Cripple Creek, Colorado, and extraordinary collection of Iranian turquoise
- Indonesian Pavilion - gathered all silver manufacturers; direct manufacturers and designers of sterling silver and gold jewelry with semi-precious stones, shells, wood, pearls and corals, handmade from Bali, Indonesia - the most popular Pavilion
- Nepal Group Pavilion - ethnic tribal handcrafted jewelry, crafts and gifts from Nepal and Tibet
- International Designers Pavilion - diversification of trendsetting designers from around the world presenting modern intricate jewelry lines
- Silver Pavilion - superior selection of finished sterling silver jewelry presented by the largest silver jewelry manufacturers and famous jewelry designers from USA, India, Mexico, Thailand, Indonesia, Italy and other countries
- Gemstone Pavilion - dealers with exceptional quality and the rarest colored stones, cut stones, specimen, cabs, rough, fossils and beads from Thailand, India, Brazil, Sri Lanka, Columbia, Africa, Russia, Bolivia, and other countries
- Stone/Mineral Decor Pavilion - finished products from gem stones, rough material for decor purposes: sculptures, luxury fountains, stone and petrified wood furniture, hand carved interior decorations from China, Madagascar, Brazil, Africa, and much more
JOGS Tucson Show Presents
- Diverseness of products, materials, colors, shapes, sizes and design
- Dealers from 26 countries
- Jewelers, dealers, miners, offering exclusive only Event specials with the best prices of the year
- Direct source purchases
- Business connections with designers, manufacturers, miners, stone cutters or direct importers
- Unique exhibits and presentations during the Event – expositions from the world famous museums, rare private collections, international fashion shows and much more
- New jewelry trends and newly discovered stones
- More than 200 jewelry making classes and seminars organized by JewelryTools.com
Products available at the JOGS Shows
- Gemstones, precious and semi-precious
- Gemstone decor and carvings
- Raw materials and minerals
- Beads and cabochons
- Jewelry displays and accessories
- Watches and more
- Jewelry tools
- Jewelry packaging
- Fine jewelry
- Fashion Jewelry
- Designer jewelry
- Silver jewelry
- 14-18K Gold jewelry
- Ethnic/Tribal jewelry
- Diamond jewelry and loose diamonds
- Organic jewelry – pearls, amber, corals, shells, etc
- Coin Jewelry
- Complimentary shuttle transportation
- Over 1000 free parking spaces
- International food court
- Business and shipping services for JOGS attendees
The Gem show is always something to look forward to. Everything is so unique and beautiful. There is always so much to see and it’s so different every year.
- Sylvia M.
At the end of January, leaking into February, the largest gem, rock and mineral show in the world opens in Tucson. It takes over the entire city, and very much like a gathering of gypsies it turns this high desert town into an amazing display of every of stone imaginable (and quite a few you never thought of). For rock hounds this is the pilgrimage you yearn to make at least once in your life.
For those of us with businesses in gems and jewelry, it is nearly a “must go” if you want to see what is being taken out of the ground around the planet, and what very creative people are doing with them. I have been on both ends of this experience, both buying and selling what I believed others would find attractive and workable. My focus has been colored gems and stones (aquamarine, peridot, spinel, tourmaline, topaz, varieties of agate), while offering pieces that I found on buying trips to Mexico and Asia, both natural and antique.
It is a wonderful high to surround myself with these beauties of nature for a week, and allow their glow to filter into the mindspace where new ideas generate. And, when not exploring the multitude of temporary shops set up in motels, or campgrounds around town, Tucson itself offers excellent diversions via great restaurants, parks, and hotels. At first I went alone and rushed back after a few days, but seeing how extremely overwhelming the show was I began bringing my family to make a vacation of it. It has become the place we most enjoy hanging out, especially when the winter drears on and on.
- Gerald S.
You all need to see this for your self very nice place
- Donna Myers
Such a great time!! Best shopping
- Barabara Bacon
I love gems & jewellery and I love jogs Tucson show exhibition
- Shair Agha
Tucson’s natural landscape draws visitors from around the world to see its rugged wildlife, serene cacti and spectacular outdoor adventure including horse back riding, hiking, art and golfing. Tucson is a place for explorers, adventurers and those who seek inspiration through nature.
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