AGTA Shows Its Colors

Winners of the 2003 American Gem Trade Association Spectrum Award competition will be feted this month at a gala awards ceremony during the AGTA GemFair in Tucson, Ariz. The competition, now in its 19th year, honors outstanding jewelry design incorporating colored gemstones. The awards are judged in five fashion categories—Evening, Business/Day, Casual, Bridal, and Men's—as well as two other divisions of the competition, Manufacturing Honors and Platinum Honors. The Manufacturing Honors prize is awarded to a design that combines an elegant use of natural colored gemstones with construction techniques that can be used by mainstream manufacturers. The Platinum Honors prize, sponsored by the Platinum Guild International, is awarded to the designer of a piece composed of at least 75% platinum. Pieces are judged anonymously over the course of several days, with several elimination rou

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