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Beautiful Ametrine from Bolivia, the Bi-Colored Gem September 15th, 2016

When Ametrine’s stones were first brought into our JOGS office in Los Angeles, California, we were shocked by their beautiful color and clarity. Many visitors to our show have never seen the eye-catching stone, which is a naturally occurring mixture of purple Amethyst and Yellow Citrine. It’s usually faceted in an emerald cut, with a… Read More

Unique designer jewelry by Passione Gioielli October 15th, 2015

Designer jewelry, uniquely designed by Italian designer. Establish in the year 2006. Specialize in precious and semi precious stones.

Jewelry Designer Jane Magon November 14th, 2014

Jane Magon’s stunning designs are formed at the intersection of jewellery, fashion and art. Inspired by her childhood in New Guinea. Jane Magon will exhibit her wonderful creations on JOGS Tucson Gem and Jewelry Show.  

Wyoming Jade at JOGS Tucson Show: The Best in the World June 5th, 2014

Recently at the JOGS TUCSON WINTER SHOW 2013, Sean Jordan brought out beautiful Wyoming Jade, considered the best in the world. Wyoming Jade was heavily mined between 1940-60 in the Granite mountains in Wyoming. Since Jade does not naturally occur in Wyoming, it has been found in deposits around the Granite mountains classifying it as… Read More

Miadonna & Co. opening traditional store June 5th, 2014

Miadonna & Co., a manufacturer of lab-grown gems and diamonds, have decided to open there first brick & mortar store in Portland, Oregon in July. This is a step in a different direction from there traditional online sales.  CEO Anna-Mieke Anderson stated that lab-grown diamonds are more pure than traditional diamonds and that the companies goal… Read More

Christie’s Auction sale of the 40.5 ct. diamond did not go as planned June 3rd, 2014

The 40.5 ct. internally flawless D-color  Golconda diamond necklace which headlined Christie’s Hong Kong Show did  not sell for the estimated $10 million. There was an offer for $7.2 million but it was not sold as the owner wanted $8.5 million.  Although, two records were still broken. A pair of Flawless diamond ear pendents weighing 25.49… Read More

10 ways to significantly improve returns at trade shows June 3rd, 2014

Set daily leads and goals- Make sure your staff and your self have a daily goal for how many leads all of you want to acquire. Stress the importance of achieving this goal along with maybe giving prizes to those who go above and beyond. Increase focus and pre-show and show events/promotions- Instead of giving… Read More

3 tips for success used by multi-million dollar companies. June 3rd, 2014

Always make sure your message is getting across to your customers– Online marketing can be tricky at times. Try and play around with some different strategies too see which one works best at reaching out to your customers. This may include e-mail campaigns, social media, or even organize events or seminars for customers. Experimenting can… Read More

Frederique Constant: Your ticket to a fine luxury timepiece for a reasonable price June 3rd, 2014

Peter Stas and Aletta Bax, the two owners of the company, had one mission: to create fine, high-quality luxury timepieces and sell them at a price appealing to everyone, not only the super-wealthy watch fanatics. This relatively new brand launched its’ first six-watch collection in 1992, three years after the company was founded(est. 1989).  Watch… Read More

The Rarest of the Rare June 3rd, 2014

Diamonds are among the rarest stones in the world, even lower quality diamonds are a luxury not many can afford. Nevertheless, this beautifully colored stone holds the belt as the rarest and most expensive diamond in the world, the red diamond. The gem must be “predominantly” red, meaning no other color hues on the gem… Read More