American Jewelry Design Council Celebrates 25 Years at GIA in Carlsbad, California

  FOLD by Alan Revere 2013. 18K yellow gold, 14k rose gold, platinum and diamonds. Courtesy of AJDC. Photograph by Ron Saltiel.

 

FOLD by Alan Revere 2013. 18K yellow gold, 14k rose gold, platinum and diamonds. Courtesy of AJDC. Photograph by Ron Saltiel.

CARLSBAD, Calif. – The American Jewelry Design Council celebrates 25 Years of design at GIA’s museum in Carlsbad, California. "Variations on a Theme: 25 Years of Design from the AJDC” is a dramatic, thought-provoking and entertaining display that challenges and inspires visitors to consider thematic elements expressed in jewelry design. AJDC is an association, which includes many of the top designers and jewelry artists in America. AJDC is dedicated to promoting fine jewelry as art. Nearly 200 works of jewelry and objet d’art by 40 members of AJDC are on view through June 2016. 

If you are interested in viewing this collection, please contact GIA guest services at +1 (760) 603-4116 or by email to guestservices@gia.edu . The exhibition will be on view through June 2016.