I didn't expect the show to be the same as before covid, but we were disappointed thus year. Walked the two largest area, could not find anything to buy. Most vendors had the same cheap beads. Very few natural gems. Cheap jewelry. The show would have left a better taste in your mouth if it was free admission to get you back . It was worth free admission, but that's it. No shuttles this yr.
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About This Deal
International exhibitors, wholesalers, manufacturers, and designers of jewelry, gem or mineral dealers, and stone cutters showcase and sell new designs and trends during one of the leading shows in the industry in North America.
Admission is valid for all 12 days of the show
Dates and times: April 7 – 18 at 10 a.m
Age restriction: must be 14 or older; each guest must have a valid ID
Need To Know
Promotional value expires Apr 19, 2021. Amount paid never expires.Must be 14 or older. Tickets are valid for admission on any event day, April 7-18, 2021. One admission per voucher. Limit 5 per person, may buy 5 additional as gift(s). Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About JOGS Tucson Gem and Jewelry Show
The JOGS Tucson Gem and Jewelry Show is an amazing place to pick up finished jewelry, minerals, rough materials, and beads. Visitors can explore a great variety of bridal jewelry, loose or finished diamonds, and luxury findings. Private collectors can find a unique selection of specimens and collector's pieces. The show is also a heaven for beaders and jewelry makers who can find beads, cabochons, and findings galore. This semi-annual show is a must-see for jewelry, gemstone, and mineral hunters chasing unique jewelry and gem masterpieces, including new trend lines that designers and manufacturers were preparing whole year. Guests can also explore more than 800 booths indoors and large tent area outside and meet vendors from around the world to buy directly from jewelry designers, miners, gem cutters, and manufacturers.