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  1. How to share a Press Clip
    The best thing about getting a clip in a magazine is... using it to get ANOTHER clip! . . . keep reading

  2. JCK - Jeweler's Circular Keystone
    This magazine is the industrys bible. It is read by jewelry retailers across the country and overseas, probably more than any other jewelry publication. . . . keep reading

  3. Coconut Grove Arts Festival
    The Coconut Grove Arts & Historical Association, Inc., a not-for-profit organization, has achieved considerable success in putting on a fine show on a . . . keep reading

  4. The Santa Fe Symposium International Conference on Jewelry Manufacturing Technology
    The Santa Fe Symposium® -- an opportunity for manufacturers of jewelry to receive non-commercial technical information about jewelry manufacturing processes. . . . keep reading

  5. Jewelry Designer Manager Software
    Bejeweled Software provides several software suites that will help you organize and manage your jewelry business efficiently. Their jewelry designer software takes care of all the tediousness that goes with running a business, giving you more time to focus on your passion for creativity. . . . keep reading

  6. CJDG - Contemporary Jewelry Design Group
    The Contemporary Jewelry Design Group is a national organization dedicated to the promotion of creative jewelry design and committed to the highest standards of integrity and ethics in business and in design. . . . keep reading

  7. ACC San Francisco
    Considered a good retail show by jewelers. Located at Fort Mason Center on the San Francisco waterfront between Fisherman's Wharf and the Golden Gate Bridge . . . keep reading

  8. Long's Park Art & Craft Festival
    The Long's Park Art & Craft Festival is a major contemporary fine arts and crafts show consistently ranked as one of the top 10 festivals in the count . . . keep reading

  9. Ann Arbor: Street Art Fair [part of the Ann Arbor Art Fair]
    According to several surveys, this is the number one fine craft show in the nation. The October 2004 issue of AmericanStyle magazine -- in a readers' . . . keep reading

  10. JDPN - Jewelry Design Professionals' Network
    The Jewelry Design Professionals' Network was founded to promote greater communication between jewelry designers throughout the industry through networking, education, social and professional gatherings and communication via newsletters and meetings. . . . keep reading

  11. SNAG - Society of North American Goldsmiths
    The oldest jewelry designer organization is the Society of North American Goldsmiths (SNAG), an international nonprofit organization promoting metal arts. . . . keep reading

  12. Ann Arbor: South University Art Fair [part of the Ann Arbor Art Fair]
    This relatively new show -- begun in 2000 -- is described as a cutting edge show which presents only the highest quality work by 200 artists. It is c . . . keep reading

  13. Kraftwerks New Media (was called Kraftwerks Invitational)
    This seminar series is dedicated to preserving traditional jewelry manufacturing crafts. . . . keep reading

  14. The "New Product Events" Program
    by Cindy Edelstein
    For a few designers, this new non-traditional way of meeting the press is a terrific opportunity. . . . keep reading

  15. Free Planning Webinar for Designers
    A lot of business success is predicated on following a business plan. Here's how to make one. . . . keep reading

  16. AmericanStyle
    AmericanStyle magazine provides art lovers with valuable tips on decorating, interior design, display and lighting ideas for everything from designer jewelry and art glass to collectible teapots, art furniture and sculptural ceramics. . . . keep reading

  17. In Baltimore, the Jewelry Fair at the Walters
    The Jewelry Fair is one of the Walters Art Museum's best loved traditions. Each year, selections of America's finest jewelers gather on Walters's stun . . . keep reading

  18. Lapidary Journal Jewelry Artist (until 2007 it was just "Lapidary Journal")
    Lapidary Journal was the first gem and jewelry-making magazine in the world, and after more than 50 years is still the number one magazine dedicated to the art of gems, jewelry-making, beads, minerals and more! . . . keep reading

  19. AJDC - American Jewelry Design Council
    American Jewelry Design Council's chief reasons for being are education and the promotion of jewelry as an artform. Membership in this not-for-profi . . . keep reading

  20. The Crafts Report
    The Crafts Report and Jones Publishing P.O. Box 5000 N7528 Aanstad Road Iola, WI 54945-5000 (800) 331-0038 715) 445-5000 Fax: (715) 445-4053 . . . keep reading

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Keeping Yourself Safe
If you have any,/i> role in the jewelry industry -- store owner, manufacturer, designer, sales associate, gem dealer, whatever -- you are a potential target for jewel thieves. This webinar will teach you how to protect yourself beyond what common sense dictates. . . . keep reading
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