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Jewelry Navigator’s Adventure at the 2019 Tucson Gem Show   Every year in February, thousands of rockhounds, jewelers, gemologists, and artists attend gem shows in Tucson.   Si...

Whether you love jewelry and gems as much as I do, you may wonder sometimes about where the gems are found.   Knowing where gems are found is traceable   Knowing who finds the ge...

Is your jewelry covered by accurate and legitimate appraisals? If you lost your engagement ring tomorrow, would it be adequately covered by your insurance for it to be replaced as ...

Julie Lamb is a fun and highly experienced jewelry designer in New York City. She’s been making jewelry since childhood. After attending an art magnet school in the city, she beg...

The Not So Scary Truth About Opals   Anne of Geierstein, also known as The Maiden of the Mist is a novel written by Sir Walter Scott, in 1829, and cast an unlucky shadow onto opal...

I met Emily Kuvin at the Jewelers of America Jewelry show in New York this past summer. She was featured as one of a select few designers in the New Designer Gallery, curated and s...

What started out as a concrete jewelry for an architectural thesis project for her graduate program turned into a line of jewelry created by Emily Minton. Now, Emily is a full time...

Episode 24 Making Smart Choices for Jewelry That Lasts   Busy people need to make smart choices for jewelry that lasts.   In this episode, I share tips and features to make jewel...

AP Gemology & Jewelry With Thesis Gems   Last week’s episode was all about alternative jewelry to the class ring. I shared so many other ring options that would be worn and ...

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