Tucson, Arizona Gem + Jewelry Show: Spring 2021 Top Jewelry Trends

The Tucson Gem and Jewelry Show is open to the trade only. Which means retail store buyers as well as makers, jewelry designers and craftspeople who sell their jewelry are allowed to purchase these goods at wholesale. No worries, we have an in. Along with every semi-precious and precious gem on earth, minerals, rocks, fossils, findings and jewelry for professionals are available. It’s a smorgasbord for the jewelry industry. Let’s see what will be in our favorite stores before they hit the shelves and check out the Spring 2021 Top Jewelry Trends.

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Corazon Sterling. Bold jewelry takes a new direction from the dainty and delicate jewelry we’ve seen for the last few years.

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Corazon Sterling turquoise set. Three trends here; long dangling earrings, long pendant necklace and the Southwestern influence of turquoise.

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Another huge trend for both men and women? Pearls, used in all settings, from classic necklaces to avant-garde cuffs. Corazon Sterling.

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Big hoops are a big trend. These silver hoops by Corazan Sterling have a lyrical, organic vibe.

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Sweet sterling silver heart ring with turquoise enamel accent. The trend? It’s not just silver and gold any more. Color plays a big role for the new looks in jewelry. Corazon Sterling.

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There just may come a time when you’ll need a cute fossilized baby T-Rex. Where to go? The Gem Crowd Marketplace, of course. They have the most amazing assortment of rocks, minerals, fossils, gems, jewelry, tools and more for the jewelry crowd.

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Crocoite mineral crystals. Isn’t nature incredible? Gem Crowd Marketplace.

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Indian Touch of Gallup, specializes in Native American turquoise and handmade jewelry, which is a major trend.

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Navajo Handmade Kingman Turquoise Sterling Silver pendant by artist Shawn Cayatino, Indian Touch of Gallup. Jewelry as an art form.

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Sterling silver, tourmaline stones, rose cut square pendant with champagne diamonds, black rhodium plated. Bali Designs. It’s all about color and texture.

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Rose gold bangle with diamonds, Amy Simon Fine Jewelry. Pile on the bangles and bracelets.

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18k white and yellow gold bracelet with a diamond horseshoe clasp with rope detail. Amy Simon Fine Jewelry. A must-have for the polo set.

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Bigger is better when it comes to giant amethyst geodes. Angelic Healing Crystals, a shop which focuses on the healing power of crystals.

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How cool are these agate lamps? Angelic Healing Crystals.

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Fossils, druzys, pearls, semi-precious stones, pendants, mosaic inlay jewelry with a South Western flair in sterling silver. Absolute Jewelry.

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South Western landscapes and canyons created using inlays of semi-precious stones. Pendants by Absolute Jewelry.

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High jewelry. Heirloom emeralds with diamonds. Takat.

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Fairy Princess leading her horse through the forest. Carved intaglio amber cameo pendant in sterling silver. Amberman.

Hope you enjoyed this sneak peek into the Tucson Gem and Jewelry Trade Show. Choosing jewelry is part fantasy, part fashion and all heart. Would you agree?

Diane Weisbeck

Diane Weisbeck is a native New Yorker. A luxury lifestyle content writer, Diane was a retail buyer for Lord & Taylor’s flagship store, a product design/developer for Saks Fifth Avenue’s corporate office and a Director of Retail for major museums and high end retailers. She assists global luxury brands with their marketing and brand strategies and is also a Fair Trade corporate art consultant.

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