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The annual conclave touched upon various grave issues related to bullion and jewellery industry in India.
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Three Indian companies — Gitanjali Gems, Titan and PC Jeweller — have been named in the list of top 50 luxury goods firms globally that was topped by Louis Vuitton.
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Forevermark, the diamond brand from The De Beers Group of Companies,launched the Autumn-Winter trend collections 2017– Geo-Deco and Declaration.
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Timing of the show seems to be bigger concern to exhibitors, reports Arpit Kala.
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The list features Titan ranking 28, followed by Kalyan Jewellers (37), PC Jewellers (43), Joyalukkas India (49), and Tribhovandas Bhimji Zaveri (89).
The regulatory measures are expected to continue to accelerate the formalisation of the sector, and the market shares of organised players are accordingly expected to increase, says the report.
Using the art of colour blocking, Kohinoor Jewellers Agra showcases the brilliance of amalgamating luxury and fashion through intense and contrasting gemstones.
Relaxtion of credit flow and expected high sales for Mother's Day has helped Indian exporters breathe easy and anticipate higher growth
The jewellery manufacturing giants has added 115 stores and and 130000 squarefeet in FY 19
According to experts, people in South are more aware about hallmarking as the sale of hallmarked gold jewellery is the highest in the southern region (70-80%) while it is not so popular in North
SBI’s total exposure to the gem and jewellery sector was Rs 12,408 crore as of March 2019, out of which Rs 797.59 crore loans were classified as NPAs
The buzz is that the most famous jewellery brand worldwide, Tiffany & Co is ready with a plan to hit the Indian market with Reliance Brands as the franchise partner. How it will galvanise the domestic gems and jewellery sector is on everyone’s mind. Indian Jeweller takes a look at how the Tiffany story in India is likely to unfold