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Upcoming Event March 31 2018 10:00 am - 5:00 pm LAGOS Spring 2018 Wanderlust Event View Details
March 31 2018 10:00 am - 5:00 pm LAGOS Spring 2018 Wanderlust Event

Steven Lagos is forever in search of the perfect gemstones. Since his career began, he’s traveled the world to find the most beautiful and rare jewels for his designs In the Wanderlust event, we highlight this one-of-a-kind collection which can almost be seen as a map of Steven’s journeys—it features deep violet iolite from India, rhodolite from Brazil, Burma and Africa, and the ever-rare Tsavorite, which can only be found in Tsavo National Park in Tanzania Each jewel has been hand-selected and thoughtfully paired to create necklaces, earrings and rings rife with exotic color combinations and unparalleled beauty These pieces, which can only be found at our Wanderlust events, are as exclusive as they come— there’s only one of each in the entire world. Just like any good journey, this capsule is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity not to be missed Mixing new collections and unique trunk pieces, customers can choose their favorite style and curate a stack that is all their own- MY LAGOS MY WAY. 

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Kimball’s is a charter member of The American Gem Society (AGS). Created in 1934, the AGS’s mission is to protect the consumer during the jewelry buying process. This not-for-profit trade association is comprised of fine jewelers, jewelry designers, and suppliers in the United States and Canada. Members adhere to the highest standards of business practices and ethics so that you can buy with confidence from jewelers you can trust.

Jewelers in the American Gem Society agree to:

  • Disclose all facts pertaining to a sale
  • Never intentionally deceive their employees, consumers, vendors, or business partner
  • Compete fairly and never speak unprofessionally about their competitors and encourage these principles with others
  • Resolve any customer complaints
  • Never sell conflict diamonds

Continuing education—always improving their knowledge and keeping up with trends in jewelry and ethical business practices

Only 5% of all jewelers, designers, appraisers, and jewelry suppliers in the U.S. and Canada have met the standards necessary for membership in the American Gem Society. For a firm to become a member of the American Gem Society, it must meet a list of rigid requirements:

  • Owners, principals, or employees must have completed an accredited or graduate program from the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) or Gem-A (the Gemological Association of Great Britain)
  • Must hold a reputation for unquestioned integrity in the business community and must be operated in a way that will enhance the confidence of the public in the jewelry industry
  • Owners and principals must demonstrate their genuine interest in operating their business in accordance with the highest ethical standards
  • Must have been in the retail, supplier, or independent appraisal business for at least two years and be able to demonstrate financial stability

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