Variant of NAICS 1997 - Labour Force Survey (LFS) Industries

339910 - Jewellery and Silverware Manufacturing

This Canadian industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing, engraving, chasing or etching jewellery, novelties or precious metal flatware, and other plated ware; stamping coins; cutting, slabbing, tumbling, carving, engraving, polishing or faceting precious or semiprecious stones and gems; recutting, repolishing and setting gem stones; or drilling, sawing, and peeling cultured and costume pearls. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing pewter jewellery or flatware are included.

  • Example Activities:

    • Costume jewellery (including imitation stones and pearls), manufacturing
    • Cutlery, precious metal (except plated), manufacturing
    • Engraving, chasing or etching precious metal flatware
    • Flatware, precious metal (except plated), manufacturing
    • Industrial diamonds, cut and polished, manufacturing
    • Jewellers' findings, manufacturing
    • Jewellery and silverware, metal embossing for the trade
    • Jewellery engraving, chasing or etching for the trade
    • Jewellery polishing for the trade, manufacturing
    • Jewellery, made of precious metal or precious or semiprecious stones, manufacturing
    • Lapidary work
    • Medals, precious or semi-precious metal, manufacturing
    • Minting of coins
    • Pearls, drilling, sawing, or peeling of, manufacturing
    • Pewter ware, manufacturing
    • Precious stones, cutting and polishing
    • Rings, jewellery, manufacturing
    • Table cutlery, precious metal (except plated), manufacturing
    • Table flatware, precious metal (except plated), manufacturing
    • Trophies, precious metal (except plated), manufacturing
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