Colors Of The Stone - To Bead True Blue - Tucson Bead and Design Show      
Colors of the Stone To Bead True Blue Tucson Bead & Design Show
Three Shows • Casino Del Sol • 5655 West Valencia Rd • Tucson, Arizona

February 2nd - 9th, 2019 • 10am to 6pm Daily

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Begins In 2019/02/02 10:00

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What People Say About The Shows

I just wanted to say thank you…for doing such a nice job with the show. I had a GREAT time. I'm not kidding. It's a new world for me -- I've been doing primarily wholesale industry shows for gift or fashion -- and it was so nice to interact with your customers. I had a chance to chat with the other exhibitors and they unanimously had positive things to say about their participation in this show. This is a big contrast to the feedback that I'm getting from the same exhibitors who just finished the LA market and also from emails from friends who are now in the Las Vegas gift show. I'm encouraging a few of my friends to consider doing your shows next year.Escama Studio
It was delightful to meet you all in person, and I hope we will meet again soon…your help was a big part of why I did well…it looked beautiful and the venue was gorgeous.......It's About Time, Mostly
I’ve been attending (with great enjoyment and edification!) the twice-yearly shows for over 10 years.....and I’m looking forward to attending both this winter’s show (in January 2018) as well as next Summer’s show..Show Attendee
...this show is the only one of its kind…and offers products of exceptional quality and unique design...Anna Waiva, owner Zabella
...shows have a rich diversity...over six hundred vendors represent some forty-eight countries, sell gems, carvings, contemporary glass, enameled beads to African trade beads...Robert K. Liu, Ornament Magazine
If you're looking to build your bead wardrobe...look for the Lipstick Ranch, which specializes in handmade and hand-painted rusted iron pendants shaped like classic pistols, cowgirls and bull's heads...Emili Vesilind, Los Angeles Times
Lillian Todaro displayed her stunning bead sculpture – what she calls wearable art – alongside the numerous books she has written on the subject. These time consuming pieces are one-of-a-kind and some take over 50 hours to create but she is happy to share her craft...Veronica An, Pasadena Now
I love your show (along with all my friends) and try to make it to every one of them as I live in LA :)Show Attendee