Dates Set for Miami Antique Jewelry & Watch Show

U.S. Antique Shows has announced that the Miami Antique Jewelry & Watch Show will be held at the Miami Airport Convention Center, Nov. 7-9. Just 13 miles from Miami Beach, the event will showcase a fantastic variety of antique, vintage and estate jewelry and watches. 

The Miami Antique Jewelry & Watch Show gathers more than 100 well-established dealers presenting their pieces to antique jewelry enthusiasts in Miami, Coral Gables, Ft. Lauderdale, and beyond.

On the show floor, jewelry and watch collections from the Renaissance to Retro eras are represented as well as signed pieces from global brands like Cartier, Rolex, Tiffany & Co., Harry Winston, and more. 

The show will also be hosting a special session, Friday, Nov. 7 at 7 p.m., for the GIA Alumni Association of South Florida. This year, Jennifer Heebner, senior editor for JCK Magazine and

JCK Online, will be speaking on The 10 Jewelry Trends You Need to Know Now and Why. 

Registration is required and the session is open to all GIA Alumni. 


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WJA Chapter Hosts Designers by the Bay

The Women’s Jewelry Association Northern California Chapter presents the 17th Designers by the Bay from 7:00 to 9:00 pm Wednesday, October 29 at Shreve & Co. Jewelers in San Francisco.

This year the group will be honoring Georgie Gleim, President of Gleim the Jeweler. One of the premier family-owned, independent jewelers in the United States, Gleim the Jeweler’s family heritage began with the Georgie's grandfather opening the first Gleim's jewelry store on University Avenue in Palo Alto in 1931. 


The event will feature the work of over 20 local jewelry designers, cocktails and hors d’oeuvres as well as a design competition judged by three prominent judges in the jewelry industry: Tanya Dukes from InStore Magazine, Laura Compton from SF Chronicle, and Hank Stenner from Wilkes Bashford. Proceeds from the evening will support the Women’s Jewelry Association Northern California Chapter.

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Triton Introduces TungstenAIR

Triton has introduced TungstenAIR, an innovative, patented new metal that delivers the perfect balance of weight and strength to keep pace with any man who lives an active lifestyle.

“Triton is defined by strength, innovation and style. Our attention to detail, design artistry, and innovative engineering of contemporary metals create a bold statement,” says Jonathan Goldman, CEO of Frederick Goldman Inc.

 “Triton continues to lead the way for innovation in men’s rings and jewelry with the launch of TungstenAIR, built for today’s active lifestyle.” 

TungstenAIR has all of the benefits of Tungsten Carbide, including durability, strength and scratch-resistance, but with a reduced weight.  The lighter weight allows active men to partake in all daily activities without thinking about removing their ring or having it get in the way. 

The collection includes traditional styles as well as rings with a pop of color on the inside and edge.  These “Sport Collection” rings are available in four colors: Arctic White, Midnight, Electric Blue, and Fire Red. The entire TungstenAIR collection consists of 30 different styles of scratch-resistant men’s bands, including 24 rings in the Sport Collection. 


Triton TungstenAIR can be found at authorized retailers via

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National Jeweler Launches Digital Edition

Jewelry industry publication National Jeweler has launched its first digital magazine.

To be issued quarterly, the digital magazine is intended to bring jewelry store owners the same news and trend analysis that the print edition of National Jeweler did for over 100 years. 

The inaugural issue of the publication focuses on trending pieces for fall/winter, ideas for in-store events, and the growing world of alternative financing, while the  cover story discusses the ever-evolving world of celebrity styling, providing practical tips that even independent jewelers can follow to get their jewelry in the limelight.

“We’re very excited about the digital version of National Jeweler,” said editor in chief Michelle Graff. “The digital publication gives us the opportunity to offer a stand-alone piece that contains tips, trends and news that readers can continually reference.”


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