Here's how she does it...
She hosts websites for a few gem miners in other countries and gets paid in high quality rough gems. She then sends the rough to Asia for faceting. The result is good colored gems at low cost.
She's also a direct importer of cut and rough colored gems from Asia, Africa, and South America.
She buys high quality American-made gold mountings in volume to get good prices.
She has the gems and gold components assembled into rings, pendants, and earrings by Arizona goldsmiths at contract prices.
She sells at low prices, primarily through the internet to keep expenses low.
Each step of the process is designed to ensure quality and cost control.
She sells only natural gems, such as:
- Sapphire from Sri Lanka (Ceylon), and Tanzania
- Ruby from Tanzania
- Emerald from Columbia, Brazil, and Africa
- Spinel from Sri Lanka and Afghanistan
- Morganite from Madagascar
- Spessartite garnet from Nigeria
- Topaz from Namibia
- Amethyst from Arizona, Zambia, and Tanzania
(The gem pictured above is a spinel, first cousin to sapphire, and my favorite gem.)
jewelry featuring Arizona gemstones
have a special appeal to many. Arizona produces some world-class gems, including
Four Peaks Amethyst, San Carlos Peridot, and Anthill Garnet. She has them!
As you can see, I'm talking about
faceted gems suitable for fine jewelry. When Arizona gemstones are mentioned,
most people seem to think of turquoise and other "pretty rocks."
can use the Google search box below and the keyword arizona gemstones to
view ads and other links to sellers of these gems. The gems arent rare, but the
She also has a jewelry dealer program designed for the work from home jewelry dealer.
A Google search using the search phrase jewelry dealer program
returns a number of ads and links... but few of them are actual wholesale
jewelry and gemstone programs.
She gives her new dealers a huge jump-start in the jewelry business. On her secure website she offers her dealers 20 years of accumulated information, contacts, and industry resources... including other wholesale jewelry
She teaches her dealers how to buy loose gems and how to use them to create high quality finished jewelry.
She gives sources and advice on using goldsmiths, wax carvers, casters, pearl
stringers, and other tradespeople to do the work... while you
concentrate on showing and selling the jewelry.
jewelry dealers around the US find great interest in Arizona and other US origin
gems among their customers.
To learn more, go to her wholesale jewelry page.
Being a jewelry dealer is profitable, fun, educational, and interesting.
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