The American Craft Council (ACC) is a national, nonprofit educational organization founded in 1943 by Aileen Osborn Webb. With a mission to promote understanding and appreciation of contemporary American craft, we celebrate the remarkable achievements of the many gifted artists today who are working with a variety of materials
Las Vegas, NV
Association dedicated to setting and maintaining the highest possible standards of business ethics and professionalism in the jewelry industry.
Dallas, TX
An association of United States and Canadian natural colored gemstone and Cultured Pearl industry professionals.
San Fransisco, CA
Non-profit educational corporation that recognizes and promotes the understanding of original jewelry designs as art.
New Rochelle, NY
Dedicated to the study of jewelry history and the dissemination of jewelry-related information through its educational programs.
Birmingham, England
Promotes and protects the growth and prosperity of UK jewellery and silverware suppliers.
A one stop info site for research about contemporary jewelry designers, metal artists and the metalsmithing field.
New York, NY
Serves to promote and protect consumer confidence in diamonds and diamond jewelry.
Mumbai, India
Creates a pool of artisans and designers trained to international standards so as to establish it as a prominent global player in the jewellery segment.
Carlsbad, CA
Nonprofit authority in gemology that ensure the public trust in gems and jewelry.
Norwalk, CT
Organization with the highest ethical standards and superior professional integrity which provides marketing and educational opportunities.
New York, NY
Non-profit association working to increase the understanding, appreciation, and sales of colored gemstones worldwide.
Milano, Italy
To encourage harmonisation, promote international cooperation in the jewellery industry, and to consider issues which concern the trade worldwide.
Organization active in Italy with the aim of promoting and giving value to jewellery as a form of art.
Develops and promotes of the industry and international exchange under the support and guidance of the Ministry of International Trade and Industry.
Kobe, Japan
To promote the popularity and to export the AKoya Cultured Pearls.
New York, NY
The national association for the retail jewelers that assists all members in improving their business skills and profitability.
provides a focus for local jewellers and metalsmiths -particularly recent graduates and students, who may be working in isolation.
Non-profit trade association considered to be the objective authority on fine jewelry and watches.
Providence, RI
One overarching goal: to help its members achieve greater profitability through information and opportunities.
New York, NY
Aggregates all of the information that a jewelry retailer constantly needs to stay on top of in one focused, easy-to-use Web site.
Lisboa, Portugal
Promotes Contemporary Jewellery through the exchange of information and experiences.
Newton, IA
The nation's oldest buying organization for independent jewelers, and is owned and operated by its jeweler members.
The Society of North American Goldsmiths supports and advances the professional practice of artists, designers, jewelers and metalsmiths.
Taipei City, Taiwan
Website not in English
San Fransisco, CA
Non-profit organization designed to advocate the field of contemporary art jewelry.
The Ganoksin project provides a variety of quality services for the gem and jewelry community. We work hard to maintain the high standards of our services for the benefit of our visitors. Our services are provided free of charge and to the benefit to all.
Kfar-Saba, Israel
Provides the industry skilled manpower, and creates the infrastructure for the manufacture and marketing of high quality jewelry for exports and for the Israeli market.
Crows Nest, Australia
Represents and Protects the interests of the jewellery industry and jewellery consumers.
Mt. Royal, NJ
To empower women to achieve their highest goals in the international jewelry, watch and related businesses.
USA (various)
Provides the jewelry industry a chance to utilize the enormous power of Internet without incurring huge expenses to go for it on their own.