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Tucson, Product Debuts and More February News

Opening the Box

WatchBox has announced the launch of its Authorized Dealer network. Partners will offer clients comprehensive services and consultation for watch trading and buying, as well as access to WatchBox’s global inventory of certified pre-owned watches.

thewatchbox.com

Opportunities Galore

The New York GIA Career Fair is scheduled for Friday, March 8, at the Javitz Center in New York City. This is conveniently held in conjunction with the JA New York Show and shortly before the MJSA Expo (March 10-12).

gia.edu/career-fair

Casting Company Catalog

Adwar Casting Company Ltd. has announced the release of a new 500-page hard cover catalog. This new volume includes over 11,000 Adwar styles in both 14K and 18K gold in white, yellow and pink, as well as platinum.

adwar.com

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Tag Along

Jewelry Tag Solutions has debuted an innovative line of tamper-proof rat-tail labels. Available in a wide range of size configurations, the labels are ultrasonic-safe and designed to fracture once removed, eliminating the opportunity for consumers to reapply the tag and return a piece after wearing it.

jewelrytagsolutions.com

Tucson Turns It Up

JCK Tucson, to be held at the JW Marriott Starr Pass Resort & Spa from Feb. 6-9, has added several new education and networking opportunities, including a Women’s Jewelry Association Pavilion and the American Gem Society (AGS) Board Meeting.

jcktucson2019.com

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