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Treasures of the Earth Gem, Mineral & Jewelry Show

Apr 3
10:00am - 5:00pm
Jul 17
10:00am - 5:00pm
Virginia Beach Convention Center
1000 19th Street Virginia Beach VA 23451
Oct 9
10:00am - 5:00pm
Virginia Beach Convention Center
1000 19th Street Virginia Beach VA 23451


$5 for adults, 16 and under free

Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, this Virginia Beach event has been canceled or at least postponed for the 2020 season through June 10,2020.  Please check back for rescheduled dates possibly later this year or next year or check the official event website for more detailed information.

In the meantime, please visit our list of local restaurants who are still open and providing food service:

A great show for anyone looking for a unique and exciting display of minerals and gems!

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The Annual Spring Treasure of the Earth Show is canceled for the spring date due to the Cornavirus Pandemic. Please check back later for any updates concerning the summer and fall shows.

Brought to you by Treasures of the Earth!  Check out their website for more beautiful assortments of gems and minerals!

This show has something for everyone! Vendors from across the United States bring their merchandise to you.

Their items include:

  • 14K and sterling silver, classic, estate, fashion and handmade jewelry
  • Loose stones, beads and findings, pearls, lapidary supplies
  • Crystals, mineral specimens, art jewelry
  • Jewelers and wire wrappers who can design, remount and set stones and make repairs
  • Display of Virginia rocks and minerals, lapidary arts demonstrations and geode cutting by the two Gem and Mineral societies of the area
  • Gemologist available for on-site appraisals


Friday – Noon to 6pm
Saturday – 10am to 5pm
Sunday – 10am to 5pm


For more information & admission discount coupon, visit


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Congratulations to Monica, the winner of the youngite agate display specimen!
We are open today 10-5 at the Richmond Raceway. Youngite display specimen. #youngite #gemshow #TreasuresOfTheEarth
Come to see us today 10 -5! We're open! Beautiful tourmaline crystals in quartz. #tourmaline #crystals #TreasuresOfTheEarth
More amazing opals! #opals #RGMS #TreasuresOfTheEarth
Amazing opal display! #opal #RGMS #TreasuresOfTheEarth
One week away! ☘
The April 3-5, 2020 show in Virginia Beach has been canceled by the Virginia Beach Convention Center. There is no available date to reschedule, so the next show in Virginia Beach will be July 17-17.
We wish you all health and happiness and we look forward to seeing you in the New Year! Here is our 2020 show schedule:
Shiva shell aka "mermaid's money." #gemshow #shivashell #TreasuresOfTheEarth
Come in early tomorrow if you plan to have appraisals done! #appraisals #gemologist #TreasuresOfTheEarth
Beautiful geode door prize! #gemshow #geode #TreasuresOfTheEarth
Intricate beaded collar by the Bead Society of Southeastern Virginia. #gemshow #beading #beadsociety
Beautiful beadwork by the Bead Society of Southeastern Virginia. #gemshow #beading #TreasuresOfTheEarth
What's inside that huge Keokuk geode? Join us Saturday at 12:00 and find out when Woodie opens it at the show! #keokukgeode #gemshow #TreasuresOfTheEarth #woodiesrockshop
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Tuesday June 16th, 2020

Treasures of the Earth

Timeline PhotosHappy birthday G. Robert Crowningshield (1919–2006)! Formerly director of GIA’s New York office, Crowningshield was also a researcher who took the field of gemology to new heights. In 1956, he found a way to use the spectroscope to detect yellow irradiated diamonds. In 1970, he alerted researchers to a new laser drilling process used to bleach dark inclusions in diamond. The year after, he wrote the first scientific study on General Electric’s new gem-quality synthetic diamonds. That same decade, he examined hundreds of Tahitian black cultured pearls and concluded that their color was natural, a conclusion that helped influence the trade to embrace these pearls. His 1983 Gems and Gemology article on ‘padparadscha’ sapphires is considered the authority on the color nomenclature of these gorgeous gems. His legacy is as brilliant as the gems he examined! ... See MoreSee Less

Monday June 15th, 2020

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Mysterious green glow in WA sky ... See MoreSee Less

Friday June 12th, 2020

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Timeline Photos#Fault #Fold #Geology #Minerals #Rocks

San Andreas Fault folds - Palmdale, California

⚒ ⚒ Visit Geology Minerals & Rocks for more ⚒ ⚒
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Comment on Facebook #Fault #Fold ...

Been down that road many many times! Very cool to see

Friday June 5th, 2020

Treasures of the Earth

The Treasures of the Earth show which was scheduled for July 17-19 in Virginia Beach has been canceled. This was a very difficult decision, but due to the uncertainty about regulations for large group gatherings we were advised that this was the best option for our vendors and customers.
We hope you have a safe & healthy summer and we look forward to seeing you in Virginia Beach in October.
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Definitely disappointed but absolutely understandable. Better everyone is safe.

Thank you. We got emails from the promoter. Appreciate your thinking of us. We have been out of shows since March. Thankfully the web store and Etsy have been fantastic. Hopefully will see you in October.

Thank you for letting us know, I (Peace & Laughter)is looking forward to the near future when we can gather again.

Good decision I think.👍

So sad was looking forward to this with friends who have never been

Not losing hope...

Sad...understand...but sad


Karen Kerekesh Harvin

Penny Yoder-Creasy

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Wednesday June 3rd, 2020

Treasures of the Earth

Timeline Photos#DMME #Amazonite #mineralofthemonth ... See MoreSee Less

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Glad I was able to take my kids before it shut down. Sadly Rices pit in Hampton closed before my kids were born otherwise we would have been digging for Ecphora, Chesapecten and other fossils there.

My favorite. Guess I will have to wear some to honor it.

I was lucky to be able to go years ago & dig for Amazonite in Amelia.


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