Jewelers of America

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Jewelers of America
Abbreviation JA
Formation 1906
Purpose Advance the professionalism and ethics of the jewelry industry.
Headquarters 120 Broadway, Suite 2820
New York, New York

The Jewelers of America (JA) is a trade association of professionals in the United States jewelry industry. The organization was formed in 1906. JA produces a Code of Professional Practices for use by those in the industry.

National Jeweler[edit]

In January 2015, Jewelers of America acquired National Jeweler from Emerald Expositions.[1] National Jeweler magazine was founded in 1906.


  1. ^ Bates, Bob. "Jewelers of America Buys, Will Run National Jeweler",, 12 January 2015. Retrieved on 07 February 2016.

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