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Meet Wes

Wes brings nearly 40 years of jewelry industry experience to each show he hosts. Our “Gentleman of Gem Shopping” is Color Gemstone Certified through the DCA and trained by the GIA in diamonds, colored stones, and pearls.  

Wes loves sharing his passion for fine jewelry and gemstones with the clientele at Gem Shopping Network, and he has built relationships with them over his time as a host here since 2003.

Wes grew up in central Florida, and he currently commutes to work from his home near the beach in the Florida panhandle. Wes loves spending time near the ocean with his wife. In his free time, Wes writes poetry and short stories, and his goal is to one day write a novel. In addition, Wes is a black belt in Taekwondo!


Wes On the Air

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9:00 AM-2:00 PM International Designer Estate Jewelry
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Exclusive high-end European designer estate jewelry. The most exquisite gems and jewelry on television. Presented by Gem Shopping
Kurt & Wes
2:00 PM-7:00 PM The World of Jewelry & Gemstones
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World class gems and jewelry from around the world featuring top designer brands and one-of-a-kind pieces.
Marvin & Wes
9:00 AM-2:00 PM Modern Estate & Period Jewelry
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David showcases amazing estate jewelry and gems featuring period pieces and Southwest designs. Presented by Gem Shopping
3:00 AM-9:00 AM Fine Jewelry Boutique
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A hand-picked collection of new and estate jewelry and gems.


Opal and tourmaline are his favorite gems (and his birthstones!) Wes says, "Opals are mystical and magical to look at! They possess amazing spectral colors like no other gem. They are completely unique, as no two opals have the same color patterns!" He loves the Australian material especially the rare Black Opals! Wes also loves tourmaline for its incredible ranges of rich colors, durability and overall beauty!""



This stone consists of more color variants than any other gemstone in the world. Usually rich in iron these stones run from black to bluish-black to deep brown. Depending on the trace elements colors can be blue, green, red, yellow, and pink. Crystals can be bi-colored or multicolored and some stones change color when viewed from different angles. Tourmaline from Sri Lanka was first introduced to Europe by the Dutch East India Company. Today tourmaline is mined in Brazil, Africa, Tanzania, Kenya, Afghanistan, Pakistan and the United States.

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This gemstone is primarily mined in Australia and stones come in a full spectrum of color. The most common are the milky white and green stones while the red against black are the most rare. Opals are valued by the fire or play of color when looked at from different angles. Deposits of these stones are also found in the United States, Czech Republic, Turkey, Indonesia, Brazil, Ethiopia, and Guatemala.

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