This classification applies to the manufacture of jewelry, including but not limited to earrings, bracelets, pendants, necklaces and rings. This classification also applies to the manufacture of costume jewelry, silverware, belt buckles, coins, fishing lures and spinners, and the cutting and polishing of precious stones.
The manufacture of analog and digital watches shall be classified as 3383(3), Watch Mfg.
Repairing, polishing or engraving jewelry when performed by a retail jewelry store for individual customers shall be classified as 8013(1), Stores — jewelry.
|Shown below is the previously published phraseology and footnote||Effective Date|
|JEWELRY MFG. — including foundry operations||1/1/2016|
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