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JNA

March Issue

 

Iconic jeweller to grow international presence. A prestigious luxury jewellery house with an incredible legacy, India-based Birdhichand Ghanshyamdas Jewellers is preparing to drive its growth this year by expanding in international markets and fortifying its position as a global player in the world of haute joaillerie.

 

Lightweight gold jewellery shining brightly in India. Sustained demand for lightweight gold jewellery is powering growth in activity in one of the most important sectors in the Indian economy. At the 10th edition of Signature IIJS (India International Jewellery Show) in Mumbai, Indian jewellers specialising in the design and manufacture of bangles, chains and bridal jewellery said sales levels remain high despite prevailing cautious undertones in the market and the impact of demonetisation in the country.

 

Traders cite steady demand for tourmalines in 2017. Gemstone traders and jewellery manufacturers are anticipating stable demand for tourmalines in 2017, thanks to the stone’s inherent charm and versatility. In separate interviews with JNA, a number of gemstone specialists and jewellers said rubellites and Paraiba tourmalines will continue to be the top-selling stones, with major markets driving the demand.

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• Istanbul Jewelry Show
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