Roskin Gem News Report

“Ethical Gem Fair” – Supporting Ethics in the Gemstone Supply Chain

TUCSON – The third annual “Ethical Gem Fair” will be held from January 28-31, 2023 at the Scottish Rite Cathedral, Tucson, two short blocks from the Tucson Convention Center (TCC).

Exhibiting gem suppliers are those with a commitment to ethics in the gemstone supply chain, including supporting artisanal miners and communities, verifiable origins and traceability, commitment to environmental and health and safety regulations, and SCS-certified recycled diamonds and gemstones.

Jewelry designers attending Tucson will be able to view and purchase gemstones and diamonds with the assurance of responsible sourcing and practices. Suppliers can provide specific details about the source of each gemstone to every customer.

In the image above, Ian Bone/Heather Blake (Capricorn Gems), Stuart Pool (Nineteen 48), Monica Stephenson/ Meghan Deese/Chloe Pflug(ANZA Gems), Jay Moncada (Perpetuum Jewels), Brian Cook/Quendi Cook (Nature’s Geometry/Quore), Hewan Zewdi (Agere Treasures), Eric Braunwart/Natasha Braunwart (Columbia Gem House) and Susan Wheeler/Jessica Hudson (Virtu Gems) 

UK Ethical Gem Fair
January 16-17

Nineteen48 is joining with Fair Trade Gemstones and Gemstones Brazil to host the first Ethical Gem Fair of 2023, at FORGE, the creative hub and retail space in Hatton Garden, London.

Register in advance
Kathy Chappell (Fair Trade Gemstones) –
Stuart Pool (Nineteen48) –
Maira Toledo (Gemstones Brazil) –

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