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The Ethical Gem Suppliers group presents the inaugural Ethical Gem Fair in Brooklyn on the 20th, 21st, and 22nd of October 2022.

Ethical Gem Fair Brooklyn

Brooklyn Metal Works
640 Dean Street
Brooklyn, NY 11238

Ethical Gem Suppliers Launch Ethical Gem Fair in New York City

Brooklyn, NY: The Ethical Gem Suppliers are excited to announce that they will host the Ethical Gem Fair in New York City for the first time next month, following the recent Denver show. The Ethical Gem Suppliers are a collective of like-minded gemstone suppliers based in the US and abroad sharing a commitment to responsible sourcing and transparency throughout the gemstone supply chain.

The Ethical Gem Fair NYC will be held at Brooklyn Metal Works, a metalsmithing studio and gallery, on October 20-22nd from 10am to 5pm each day. As a bonus, there will be an educational component with selected suppliers speaking each morning from 10:30 to 11:30am. With a focus on education and access to responsible sourcing experts, this is an event you will learn from in addition to walking away with some fantastic gems. Open to trade members as well as the students and metalsmiths of Brooklyn Metal Works. Registration is free at

The following suppliers from the group will be represented at the venue:

Agere Treasures


Capricorn Gems

Columbia Gem House

Nature’s Geometry

Perpetuum Jewels

Quore Jewelry

Speaker Schedule:
Thursday Oct. 20 | presentations given by ANZA Gems and Perpetuum Jewels

Friday Oct. 21 | presentations given by Capricorn Gems and Nature’s Geometry/Quore Jewelry

Saturday Oct. 22 | presentations given by Agere Treasures and Columbia Gem House

More Information on the Ethical Gem Suppliers
Each supplier in the collective works in various ways to uphold the shared values of responsible sourcing and transparency. Some of these methods include supporting artisanal miners and their communities, supplying SCS-certified recycled diamonds, providing colored gemstones with verifiable, fully traceable origins, and committing to fair pay and fair treatment for everyone involved in the supply chain. The collective also adheres to clear and responsible environmental policies and promotes health and safety at mines through education and action. Some of the countries that the group supports and sources from include Australia, Brazil, Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Sri Lanka, Tanzania and the United States, just to name a few.