20th Anniversary Celebration AJA East Coast

AJA East Coast USA Would like to Thank All That were in Attendance To have made the Special evening even more memorable .  We Thank the Sponsors for their donations and our Two Special Honoree's Mr. Michael Aram & Mr. Hagop Baghdadlian for their dedicated careers to the prosperity of Armenia and the Armenian Jewelers Association.


20th Anniversary Video by Ardzagang TV


Michael Aram 20th anniversary video

20th Anniversary Dinner Video By Vartan Abdo


20th Anniversary Hagop Baghdadlian Video interview by Vartan Abdo


Welcome to the official Armenian Jewelers Association (AJA) website

Greetings to all Armenian jewelers in USA, Armenia and worldwide.

Now you have accessed to our new and state of the art website.This website is prepared in collaboration with both AJA chapters in U.S.A., i.e. East Coast and West Coast AJA chapters. With this website you can communicate with us or record your message to any or all colleagues.

We like to hear about you, your business, address, email, website (if you have one) and the impact on your business during the economic crisis worldwide. We will appreciate hearing your suggestions and recommendations for expanding our membership and activities.

One of our goals is to inform you about the activities of our members. We will  publish news about the jewellery business in U.S.A. and worldwide.

Recently many Armenian jewelers participated to the Hong Kong Diamond show and had a successful gathering and central board meeting. Soon we will report to you about the event with pictures. A similar gathering took place during the Las Vegas show organized by USA East and West Coast chapters. We suggest to participate to our activities that includes town hall meetings, Christmas gathering, lectures and other social and educational programs.

As this is our first message, we hope you will get in touch with us and apply for membership. You can read about the benefits and register for membership by clicking the following link (

Best wishes.
Garbis Kazanjian