• March 10, 2015
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Treasures of the Earth Gem, Mineral, and Jewelry Show to Kick Off 2015 Season in Doswell, VA.

Doswell, VA – Treasures of the Earth Gem, Mineral, and Jewelry is pleased to announce their annual show season will kick off March 20-22 in Doswell, VA at the Meadow Event Park.

Vendors from across the country will participate in this show, which is open to the public.

“Every conceivable type of jewelry will be displayed including 14K and 18K gold and sterling silver handcrafted, classic, fashion and estate jewelry,” said Treasures of the Earth Show promoter, Jane Westbrook.  “Attendees will find an amazing selection of loose colored gemstones, as well as beads, beading supplies, fossils, mineral specimens, rocks and crystals.”

 Jewelers will also be on site to help with custom designed pieces, remounting and repair.

 Featured vendors at the Doswell show include:

  • GW Designs
  • Sea Star
  • The Arosema Collection
  • D’Artes Gems
  • Studio Baboo
  • J&J Jewelry
  • Blue Ridge Gallery
  • A&J Gems
  • The Village Smithe
  • May’s Jewelry
  • Jewelry By Deisign
  • Melded Mind Metaphysical
  • H & P Gemstones
  • Treasure Gallery
  • Fook Shuen Trading
  • Creare Collective
  • Spanky’s Rock Shop
  • Jan Minerals
  • Himalayan Healing Quartz

 “We’re excited to be starting our 2015 show season,” Westbrook said. “Many of our vendors have recently returned from a buying trip in Tucson, Arizona where they found lots of gorgeous and exciting gems, rocks, jewelry, gift items and more.  These great finds will be unveiled at the Doswell show. Be the first to see this wonderful selection of fantastic merchandise.”

 “Meadow Event Park, conveniently located 1.5 miles from I-95 at Exit 98, is a beautiful facility,” said Ellen White, Westbrook’s partner.  “It is actually built on the grounds of the ancestral homeplace of Christopher Chenery, which he transformed into a renowned Thoroughbred farm.  The famous Triple Crown winning race horse, Secretariat, was born and raised on this farm.”

 “We encourage people to come check out the jewelry and gems and also to get a taste of history,” Westbrook said. “In addition, Randolph-Macon College in nearby Ashland is an interesting and impressive place to visit.”

 Since no road trip is complete without a nice meal, Westbrook suggests guests also plan to visit the Hanover Tavern & Pub, Ashland Coffee & Tea, and the Iron Horse Restaurant for a taste of the area’s local fare.

 Also, during the same weekend, the Richmond Antiques Spectacular Show will be held at Meadow Event Park.

 In addition to the Doswell show, Treasures of the Earth organizers announced its 2015 line up of shows, which will include 10 events in the Mid-Atlantic region.

  • March 20-22, Meadow Event Park in Doswell, VA
  • March 27-29, Hampton Roads Convention Center in Hampton, VA
  • April 24-26, Virginia Beach Convention Center in Virginia Beach, VA
  • May 1-3, Richmond Raceway Complex in Richmond, VA
  • June 5-7, Roland E. Powell Convention Center in Ocean City, MD
  • July 17-19, Virginia Beach Convention Center in Virginia Beach, VA
  • September 4-7, North Carolina State Fairgrounds in Raleigh, NC
  • September 18-20, Richmond Raceway Complex in Richmond, VA
  • September 25-27, Roland E. Powell Convention Center in Ocean City, MD
  • October 16-18, Virginia Beach Convention Center in Virginia Beach, VA

 To learn more about Treasures of the Earth, visit


 Treasures of the Earth, Inc. has been promoting gem, mineral and jewelry shows for over twenty-five years.  The shows feature estate, classic, handcrafted and fashion jewelry made from a variety of metals and gemstones, as well as a vast array of crystals, minerals and fossils. The shows take place in the Mid-Atlantic area and in 2015 will be in Doswell, VA (March 20-22), Hampton, VA (March 27-29), Virginia Beach, VA (April 24-26, July 17-19 and Oct. 16-18), Richmond, VA (May 1-3 and Sept. 18-19), Ocean City, MD (June 5-7 and Sept. 25-27) and Raleigh, NC (Sept. 4-7).

 Vendors are encouraged to apply for the shows. For more information about becoming a vendor, visit

 Admission cost for adults is $5.  Students 16 and under are free and all active-duty military and veterans are free.  Admission discount coupons are available online at

 Learn more about Treasures of the Earth at or at 757-641-2124.