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Veteran Industry Exec Adam Graham Joins Joshua J(PRESS RELEASE) Veteran jewelry industry executive Adam Graham has accepted a position as Director of Sales, Western Territory, for Joshua J Fine Jewelry.  He will be responsible for all of the company’s US accounts from Illinois west and western Canada.

“We are very pleased to have Adam join our team,” stated Joshua Javaheri, owner of Joshua J Fine Jewelry.  “He brings a wealth of experience, relationships and knowledge that will not only be an asset for our company, but will be an excellent resource for our clients.”

Graham most recently served as Director of Sales & Marketing for Omi Gems.  He has held executive positions with Erica Courtney, the American Gem Trade Association, Saks Fifth Avenue, Rapaport and the American Gem Society.  He serves as the President of the AGS Orange County Guild.  In 2017, he was awarded the prestigious Sallie Morton Award for his many years of service to the AGS Guilds.

“I am very excited about this opportunity because the breadth of this collection offers something for everyone, including an unparalleled level of support in luxury jewelry, and a private label program in bridal and fashion that is truly a no-brainer,” said Graham.  “Any retail jeweler will benefit immensely from the product and market intelligence resources available to them through Joshua  J.”

Adam can be reached via email at [email protected] or through the office at 213-624-0111.

Joshua J Fine Jewelry is a full-service wholesale jewelry company, offering an extensive collection of luxury jewelry support and a private label jewelry program in bridal, and fashion.  Joshua J is also a trusted source for loose diamonds and custom manufacturing.

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