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Multi-Year Partnership by AGTA and HardRock Summit, and More Service News for July

The AGTA GemFair will be part of the HardRock Summit Sept. 8-11 in Denver.





Rockin’ in Denver

AGTA (American Gem Trade Association) and the HardRock Summit have signed a multi-year partnership. The AGTA GemFair will be part of the HardRock Summit Sept. 8-11 in Denver. This year will also bring the LLD Denver Mineral Hall to HardRock Summit, a new addition that will host a cross-section of dealers featuring gems, minerals, fossils, jewelry, beads, décor and metaphysical products.

More Melee

Melee the Show is returning for summer 2022. The beautifully curated designer fine jewelry show will be held again Aug. 15-17 at its new location: The Lighthouse at Chelsea Pier 61 in New York City.


Stellar Stuller

Stuller has released its new catalog! The manufacturer’s Jewelry 2022-2023 features nearly 3,000 items behind its soft-touch cover, including zodiac designs, charms, and lockets. The catalog also offers 80-plus QR codes for easy access to additional products, educational content, helpful navigation tools and more.

Circle Up

Online global marketplace the jEwelers Circle has debuted a new feature: the Shared Gallery. The Shared Gallery is a virtual inventory and memo that can be sent directly to private clients and consumers. There is no limit to the number of private galleries or shared galleries a subscriber can create.

Arrange to Appraise

The International Gemological Institute (IGI), the world’s largest independent gemological laboratory, is now offering a first-of-its-kind Designer Appraisal Report. The new IGI Reports were developed in collaboration with Lindsey Scoggins Studio and are designed to provide clientele assurance of the value of their fine jewelry.

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