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"Turkey's gold export was 842.6 million dollars in 2004. The total volume of the sector is around 4.5 billion dollars. This corresponds to 2.3 percent of the GNP. When considered within its own dynamics, the gold sector is very precious to Turkey. What if this were evaluated taking into consideration the U.S. market? What would the picture look like?"

Bye Bye Jewelry Business Welcome Commercial Real Estate Business 


Ceylan family from Türkiye arrived in New Jersey on Sunday, July 4, 1993. The shop was closed on Monday. On Tuesday, he and his brother stopped by Dunkin Donuts for a coffee. They made their way to his brother's shop at the Woodbridge Jewelry Exchange, the region’s largest selection of jewelry, with more than 100,000 items in one location in Woodbridge, NJ. "I’ve been working ever since," says Yusuf (Joseph) Ceylan. The Ceylan family, originally from the village of Gülgöze in the Midyat district of Mardin, sought to go abroad when economic conditions in Türkiye became difficult after the Gulf War. Ceylan graduated from high school in İstanbul. His brother and uncle had come to the United States before them. They came to the U.S. with a green card. 

Leader of the World of Chains

Istor Kuyumculuk, based in Istanbul, Turkey is one of  the strongest jewellery manufacturing companies in Turkey. The wholesale showroom is located in the Bazaar-Market Of Gold Jewelry in Istanbul, and there is also a branch office in New York, USA.

Polat Gold is Determined to Become a Brand

Polat Gold  is established as a  manufacturing company in1964. Polat Gold, which continues its production in its 32300 square  feet factory premises with all its employees who has adopted the principle of superior quality and customer satisfaction, exports all of its produce.

Importing Jewelry Into The United States

By C.J. Ericsson *
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US Customs and Border Protection (“CBP”) is responsible for enforcing the laws and regulations of over forty government agencies. Importers of jewelry must be compliant not only with CBP requirements, but those of the Department of Treasury, Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) and Transportation Security Administration, to name a few.

Transition from Tradesmanship to Industry

Ahmet Karbeyaz*

The goldsmith sector is a fast-improving one in Turkey, a country which is home to arts, crafts and industry simultaneously. Goldsmithery, which also is one of the powerhouse sectors of Turkey in terms of production, investment and employment, has begun to break free of its tradesman structure and has started to become an industry.
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