JAN 21 – JAN 24, 2015 | IJT | BOOTH# B11-07
IJT is Japan’s largest and international jewellery trade show. A wide variety of products in the jewellery industry gathers under one roof in the world trend-setting city, Tokyo. Save the date now for this exciting industry event! ―IJT will take place January 21(Wed) – 24(Sat), 2015.
- IJT is the largest jewellery trade show in Japan
- The gateway to expand your business in Japan & Asia
- Proactive business discussions are conducted everywhere during the show
- Attracts media attention from Japan & Asia
A gemstone usually refers to a rock or mineral that is used in jewelry or as a collector’s item, usually after it has been polished, cut or faceted.
Gemstones are classified through several ways. They may be grouped according to chemical composition — for example, rubies are made of aluminum oxide and diamonds are made of carbon. If they are crystals, they may be classified using the crystal system, which divide gemstones into cubic, trigonal or monoclinic. They are also classified according to habit, which refers to the shape of the stones. It’s also possible to group gemstones according to species — for example, the mineral species beryl would include such gemstones as emerald, aquamarine, bixbite, goshenite, heliodor and morganite.
Buying a gemstone can be an absolute joy. Imagine the thrill of being surrounded by a roomful of precious gems, with colors that dazzle and captivate. Over 30 types of gem varieties have been identified, not counting those rare, singular gemstones that show up once in a while and defy category. Some of these gemstones have decorated and adorned the earliest civilizations of man, while others are recent discoveries but nonetheless as impressive as their forebears.
Emeralds are the most popular gemstones in the world and have been esteemed since ancient times. They are a dazzling green all over, alternately shiny and intense to the eye. The highest-quality emeralds are more coveted than diamonds, a little known fact. They were named from the word “esmeralde” which is Old French for “green gemstone.” Their rich history dates back to the times of great ancient civilizations like the Incas and Aztecs. Its roots are buried deep in the jungles of South America where the rarest of emeralds can still be found.
The ruby is the gemstone that best represents love and vitality, passion and intensity. The ruby has long been regarded as first among gemstones, their bright red glow that conveys strength and warmth. These qualities made the ruby the most valuable gemstone for centuries, a royal favorite of emperors and kings.
Often compared to the blue sky in literature and history, sapphire has as many shades as the sky has hues. Legend has it that early man actually believed that the sky was made of one big block of sapphire and that the earth was simply a thorn on its side. Among emotions, Sapphire is associated with noble feelings of harmony, friendship, loyalty and sympathy. And since blue is the favorite color of about half the world’s population, sapphire’s appeal and popularity worldwide is not surprising.
The JOGS Tucson Gem and Mineral Show takes place January 29- February 9, 2015 at the Tucson Expo Center
The JOGS Tucson Gem and Mineral Show takes place January 29- February 9, 2015 at the Tucson Expo Center, Visit RMC Booth at JOGS Ballroom S-7
About JOGS – The JOGS Tucson Gem and Mineral Show is one of the U.S. best selling event year after year – and one of the top markets in the country. This exciting gem and jewelry show event draws buyers from all over the world – tens of thousands of qualified buyers worth millions with serious purchasing intent. Many of these buyers are hard to find and hard to reach but they will come to this event which is one of the most dynamic gift shows and markets in the world. They want new products, great prices, exciting artists, unique resources and innovative ideas they need to set their businesses apart. It’s all here, at the JOGS Tucson Gem and Jewelry Show. Make sure your company is here too!
The GJX show will be held in downtown Tucson
3 – Feb 8, 2015
Visit RMC Booth at GJX #1232
About GJX – From its humble beginnings in 1993 with only 35 booths, GJX became the fastest growing gem show in Tucson’s gem show history, now boasting over 700 booths. Plans are underway for the construction of our new exhibition facility that will be the permanent home of GJX.
Show is presently held in an 110,000 square foot ultra-structure that is fully carpeted and climate controlled. We offer the same amenities found in many of the shows held in permanent facilities, such as phone, fax and copy service, a food court and espresso bar, along with a helpful, friendly staff. We also offer spacious aisles for the convenience of our buyers. Armed, off-duty Tucson Police personnel are on-site 24 hours a day and a merchandise lock-up is provided to the exhibitor at no extra charge.