Local Resident Produces GemStreet USA Show: September 28-30
Lots of bling, along with some dirt with unearthed fossils and minerals—and even some cosmic dust from meteorites falling from the skies over Argentina—will be on display when GemStreet USA Show & Sale comes to Cleveland on September 28-30 at the Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds in Berea.
Local artists along with exhibitors from around the world will showcase the latest in fine gems, jewelry, beads fossils and minerals. The show will feature several dozen jewelry artists and exhibitors spanning from the East Coast to Hawaii. Show-goers can browse aisles of faceted gemstones, crystals, pearls, silver, gold, pewter, copper and a bevy of beads. Those who make their own jewelry can find a great selection of beads, supplies, tools and educational materials.
All the latest jewelry trends will be revealed incorporating intricate beadwork and wire wrapping. The color trends this fall? Pops of vibrant hues, especially reds, fuscias, corals, bright yellows, and lively greens and blues. Jewelry artist will be showing their fall styles whether pendants with agate slices, stranded pearl necklaces or beaded bracelets.
Plus, a host of fossils and minerals will appeal to both novice and serious collectors with items ranging from a rare black amethyst mineral specimen to petrified wood from Indonesia to sharks teeth.
Show hours are Friday and Saturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tickets are $7 general admission, $5 for seniors and students, and free for children under 12. The ticket is good all weekend and parking is free. The Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds is located at 164 Eastland Road, Berea.
GemStreet USA is produced by Strieter Productions based in Lakewood, Ohio, which hosts major gem and jewelry shows in the Midwest.
For more information on the GemStreet USA Show, contact its organizer, Jane Strieter-Smith, at 216-521-4367 or www.gemstreetusa.com.
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