International Confederation of Jewellery, Silverware, Diamonds, Pearls and Stones
Confédération internationale de la bijouterie, joaillerie, orfèvrerie, des diamants, perles et pierres (CIBJO)
Internationale Vereinigung Schmuck, Silberwaren, Diamanten, Perlen und Steine
Confederazione Internazionale Oreficeria Gioielleria, Argenteria, Diamanti, Pietre e Perle
1926 Paris France
1926, Paris (France), as BIBOA to represent and advance the interests of the jewellery trade in Europe. Restructured and adopted current name, 1961. Also known as World Jewellery Confederation.
Encourage harmonization, promote international cooperation in the jewellery industry and consider issues which concern the trade worldwide, in particular protection of consumer confidence in the industry.
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Executive Committee. Sectors (3): Sector I - Jewellery Manufacturing/Technology/Precious Metals; Sector II - Jewellery Distribution; Sector III - Gem Materials, Trade and Laboratories. Supported by Commissions (8): Diamond; Education and Marketing; Coloured Stone; Pearl; Gemmological; Ethics; World Jewellers Vigilance; Sterling Silver.
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