Visit America??s longest-running direct-to-consumer jewelry show when it visits your town! The International Gem & Jewelry Show??s world-famous ??Jeweler??s Market?? brings wholesalers, manufacturers, and designers together under one roof. Shop from rows and rows of quality gemstone, bead, jewelry and accessory dealers for incredible selection. You??ll find local jewelers, international vendors and talented artisans at every show. Whether you are shopping for jewelry making supplies or looking for the hottest trends, you??ll find what you??re looking for at the InterGem show.
America's Jewelry Marketplace Spectacular Jewelry Events For Over 50 Years! Visit America's Longest Running, Direct-To-Consumer Jewelry Shows For The Largest Selection At The Lowest Prices! Shop Directly From Wholesalers, Manufacturers & Designers In A Marketplace Setting.
Diamonds ? Beads ? Pearls ? Opals ? Fine Jewelry ? Precious & Semi-Precious Gemstones ? Engagement Rings ? Settings & Mountings ? Men??s Jewelry ? Watches ? Chains ? Home Decor ? Vintage & Estate ? Custom Jewelry ? Findings ? Supplies ? Hair Accessories ? Gifts ? Jewelry Cleaning & Repair
|Event Date||05-21-2021 10:00 am|
|Event End Date||05-23-2021 6:00 pm|
|Location||Suburban Collection Showplace, Novi, USA|
|Categories||Trade Show, Fashion & Beauty, Jewelry & Gems|
Suburban Collection Showplace is a convention center and exposition center in Novi, Michigan, which forms part of Metro Detroit. Suburban Collection Showplace is owned by TBON, LLC., a corporation located in Novi. The center is in proximity to Interstate 96 and is about 20 miles (32 km) west-northwest of Detroit. As of 2013, it is the second-largest convention center facility in Metro Detroit, after TCF Center in Downtown Detroit. The complex hosts the Michigan State Fair and has done so since 2012.
Currently, the center has 340,000 square feet (32,000 m2) of exhibition and convention space. The center originally had 320,000 square feet (30,000 m2) of space, making it the third-largest convention center in Southeast Michigan and METRO Detroit. To accommodate the state fair's anticipated growth, Bowman made several land purchases since 2012, totaling 43-acre (17 ha) of space, including a plot of land across Grand River Avenue and a 30-acre (12 ha) lot to the west.