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24 Karat Club, S.E.U.S. elects 2011 - 2012 Officers & Directors

(ATLANTA) – The 24 Karat Club, Southeastern United States (SEUS) held their semi-annual membership meeting on August 6 at the Cobb Galleria Centre in Atlanta, Georgia. The meeting was conducted just prior to opening day of the Southern Jewelry Travelers Association’s Atlanta Jewelry Show held at the same venue.

NCJA Design Competition winners announced

The North Carolina Jewelers Association (NCJA) announced the winners of its annual Design Competition. Oz Hefner of Oz’s Jewelers in Hickory won Category I and Category III, in addition to Best of Show.  Keith Hipp of Ellis Jewelers in Lexington took top honors in Category II and the People’s Choice Award.  The competition recognizes the outstanding work of North Carolina jewelry designers.

Carolina women form partnership

Angie Buxton, founder of Sweet Charleston Designs headquartered in Daniel Island, SC, along with partner Janie Manning of Raleigh, NC, have formed a sales partnership with Richard Michaud Company & New England Metalcrafters’ President Julie Maestro, of Greensboro, NC.

Georgia Jewelers Design Competition 2011

Winner takes top two spots with one entry

Tena’s Fine Diamonds and Jewelry in Elberton, GA took two special awards in the Georgia Jewelers Association 2011 Jewelry Design Competition with one entry. Held during the group’s yearly Convention, the competition winners were announced at Sunday’s Member’s Luncheon.

JCK Design Center recognizes jewelry designers and the top designer retailers

(LAS VEGAS) - The Design Center at JCK Las Vegas has announced its top 50 designer retailer stores for 2011/2012. The recipient of the top JCK Events Designer Retailer Award is I. Gorman Jewelers, Washington, DC, a family-owned, third-generation business which began in 1981. The JCK Design Center Designer Retailer Awards were presented recently at JCK Las Vegas, and honors the retailers that do the best job in showcasing designer jewelry in their retail environments.

Kuehn honored for three decades of service to TIJT

Technology (TIJT) Advisory Board met on June 13, 2011.  During the meeting, Mr. Lary Kuehn of R. Lary Kuehn, Inc. in Gainesville, TX, was presented with a plaque in appreciation for 32 years of devoted service on the Advisory Board of the Institute. Mr. Kuehn dedicated his time to ensure that the Jewelry Technology program had adequate resources and a well-designed curriculum to provide students with the skills, knowledge, and behaviors necessary to successfully meet the needs of business and industry.

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