Jewelry Display Requirements


Over the past week, we have supplied information about how to enhance displays with artists who have 2D or 3D artwork. Now, we want to give some guidance for those who hand-make their own jewelry.

Just like the other two types of displays, the jewelry display is consistent with these suggestions:

1. NO tables.

2. Must have weights for your tent poles.

3. NO hand-written signs.

4. You must have panels (walls) in your booth that are covered with fabric or carpeting.

4a. NO wire walls.

Now, here are suggestions we have for jewelry displays:

1. Avoid velvet necks.

2. Use wood or mica units that can support a display case. This is more aesthetically pleasing to the eye and will make the display look fabulous!

Jewelry Display

The picture above explains everything perfectly without words! If you would like to see more examples, click HERE.

We hope you found this helpful.

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For nearly three decades, Howard Alan and American Craft Endeavors have allowed more than 10,000 artists to exhibit their original work to millions across The United States. When our company began, our art and craft shows showcased a handful of exhibitors. Today, a typical Howard Alan or American Craft Endeavors event features 100-300 talented artists and fine crafters. No matter where you are, you are sure to find one of our stellar events nearby. Our shows take us to destinations like Aspen, Chicago, Alexandria, Vail, and Fort Lauderdale…just to name a few! Our great outdoor venues, fantastic crafters, and talented artists allow us to consistently be ranked among the top art and craft shows in the country. Visit a show and see for yourself why we are the very best!

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