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Friday, September 2, 2011
Centurion Jewelry Design Competition
Centurion is holding its fourth annual Emerging Designers Competition. Six winning jewelry designers will receive a complimentary exhibit at Centurion 2012, the 11th annual Centurion Show. The annual invitation only luxury jewelry trade show will be held Jan. 29-31, 2012, in Scottsdale, Ariz.
The competition is open to all designers, regardless of experiences, formal training or background in jewelry design, as long as they have never before exhibited in a fine jewelry show in the U.S.; have the ability to exhibit at a trade fair; and have the ability to supply high end retailers should they want to purchase the line.
The deadline for entries is October 15. For rules and how to participate, follow this link to the PDF entry form. The form must be completed and e-mailed along with three high resolution images and descriptions (the images may be sent in several emails if more than 3 megs each). Emails should go directly to firstname.lastname@example.org. Again, the entry deadline for the competition is October 15.
Just in case the link doesn't work, here is the URL: http://www.h2consult.com/Centurion_2012_Emerging_Designers_Competition_Entry_Form.pdf
The competition is sponsored by Stuller, a manufacturer and distributor of jewelry and jewelry related products based in Lafayette, La.
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