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Sustaining the Glitter of Jewelry Retail by Ajay Mathur

Sustaining the Glitter of Jewelry Retail by Ajay Mathur 0 Updated

🕔14:15, 15.Oct 2020

Today, the retail jewelry industry is suffering – to say the least. There are efforts in the short term to promote jewelry and incentivizing consumers for their purchases. However, the jewelry retail sector needs an entirely new approach. Nobody can

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Zoya’s Rooted: A Collection for her Unwavering Spirit

Zoya’s Rooted: A Collection for her Unwavering Spirit 0 Updated

🕔18:34, 30.Sep 2020

Mumbai, September 29, 2020: Zoya, the exquisite diamond boutique from the House of Tatas, introduced its new collection, Rooted — an exquisite lineup of over 45 pieces for the modern sophisticate. Seeking cues from the inner strength of the feminine

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US unwittingly presents an opportunity to India’s  jewellery sector to step up exports

US unwittingly presents an opportunity to India’s jewellery sector to step up exports 0 Updated

🕔16:22, 26.Aug 2020

By Suneeta Kaul In a significant move, US President Donald Trump recently ended the preferential economic treaty signed with Hong Kong, thus bringing to a close the territory’s separate customs treatment from China. Resultantly, the duty on imports from Hong

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Celebrate the auspicious festival of Ganesh Chaturthi with  The Royal Elephant Edition by ANMOL

Celebrate the auspicious festival of Ganesh Chaturthi with The Royal Elephant Edition by ANMOL 0 Updated

🕔16:31, 11.Aug 2020

Celebrated for Luxury & Elegance, ANMOL introduces another era of design with The Royal  Elephant Edition, a collection that is reminiscent of India’s heritage and culture, where the ornate motif of the regal Elephant is meticulously translated into breathtaking statement

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India to get lion’s share of the global colour stone market

India to get lion’s share of the global colour stone market 0 Updated

🕔15:11, 25.May 2020

Dev Shetty, President and CEO, Fura Gems in a conversation with Samit Bhatta, Publisher, The Retail Jeweller shares his company’s vision for 2024 and his future plans for the Indian jewellery market.  Samit Bhatta (SB): What is Fura Gem’s view of

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Deepening hues: Dev Shetty, President & CEO, FURA

Deepening hues: Dev Shetty, President & CEO, FURA 0 Updated

🕔19:43, 16.Apr 2020

Fura is a daring and well-founded new entrant to the global mining industry. Specialised in colour gemstones and moving quickly to corner major sources of the world’s supply of emeralds, rubies and sapphires, Fura is poised to launch its evocative

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India pavilion at DJWE to showcase new designs

India pavilion at DJWE to showcase new designs 0

🕔18:58, 25.Feb 2020

For the second consecutive year, an India Pavilion organised by the Gems & Jewellery Export Promotion Council (GJEPC) — in collaboration with the Indian embassy in Doha — will be part of the Doha Jewellery & Watches Exhibition (DJWE) 2020.

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AMYRA Jewels by ODHNI launches its flagship store

AMYRA Jewels by ODHNI launches its flagship store 0

🕔17:05, 19.Feb 2020

Amyra an in house brand of ODHNI has launched its luxury jewellery store in Delhi. Situated at Vikas Marg, New Delhi this splendid store spanning over 3000 square feet, offers a variety of exquisite jewellery fused with great store design.

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Celebrating women power on Navratri

Celebrating women power on Navratri 0 Updated

🕔19:39, 10.Jan 2020

The trend-setting ‘Anmol Goddesses’ campaign featured -9 popular luxury & fashion bloggers, who played modern Indian Goddesses in a contemporary avatar for this campaign. MANOJ CHAKRABORTY The festival of Navratri symbolises the victory of good over evil. This festival also

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Young, rich Indians have started a gem of a trend as demand for rubies, sapphires grow

Young, rich Indians have started a gem of a trend as demand for rubies, sapphires grow 0 Updated

🕔14:00, 7.Nov 2019

Maybe a diamond is forever, and gold never loses its shine – but for now, and for many young, rich Indians, rubies, sapphires, emeralds and aquamarines will do just fine. Demand for precious, pricey stones – and jewellery made from

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