Find Solace in Innovation
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Saturday,May 23 2020 [ Issue 5 May/ 2020 ]
Find Solace in Innovation
India just went into lockdown 4.0, with many jewellery stores reopening after a 60 day hiatus. The dilemma of what’s more important - economic viability or safety of people’s lives has been a tough one. But we all have to start at some point.

Some stores saw a beeline of people queuing up to sell old gold, buy jewellery for special occasions or collected preordered jewellery. While some stores saw absolutely no footfalls. It’s tough to predict how things may pan out. But to think that everything would be back to normal, as though nothing ever happened, would be merely delusional.

While we remain hopeful about the future, we should continue to do what we do best. Offer our customers the best services and never fail to innovate. From in store experiences, designs, customer support to highly personalised services, there’s literally no limitations when it comes to how much you can innovate.

 
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Highlights
A breakthrough study entitled “DNA fingerprinting: an effective tool for taxonomic identification of precious corals in jewelry,” authored by researchers from the Swiss Gemmological Institute SSEF and the Universi
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Over the last decade, this luxury Maison, with artistry and craftsmanship at its core, has been redefining the way fine jewellery is experienced in India. Located in the ‘it’ neighbourhood of Vittal Mallya Road in
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Magnificent Jewels and Noble Jewels: Part I will be open for bidding from 16–24 June, offering a broad selection of jewellery dating from the 19th century through to the present day and featuring spectacular jewels from
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Virtual Diamond Boutique (VDB), the online marketplace and sales platform for the jewellery industry, to announce the return of Karishma Nagpal to her role as Director- India and Middle East, after a leave of absence. At a ti
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Africa has been a perpetual muse for the Botswana based jewellery brand, Malaika Gems. Malaika, meaning ‘Angel’ in Swahili, is often used to refer to a beautiful girl. Botswana’s culturally rich, large semi-
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Christie’s presents an online selling exhibition of jewellery, miniature artistic expressions by leading 20th century artists. Art to Wear is a partnership with Didier Ltd, a London-based gallery that specialises in twe
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The industries are operating with a reduced workforce. Nilesh Bodke, who is associated with the diamond industrysaid that this sector is resilient and will overcome the impact of Covid-19lockdownin 2-3 months. "The diamond ma
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Our industry, just like the others in the realm of luxury is going through a watershed moment, thanks to COVID-19. Added to that, the single act of dropping the Rapaport price list on March 19th when the market has literally
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Surat, arguably the world’s largest workshop for diamonds has seen an unprecedented lockdown, because of the recent government impositions in order to control the coronavirus pandemic. The city is home to about two million wo
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There is very less information on how diamonds were traded in the pre Rap List era. All we know is that handshakes were made based on price per carat and a general worthiness of the stone. However, since 1978, the year Rapapo
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As GIA continues to closely monitor the COVID-19 pandemic, the Institute has reopened laboratories in Antwerp, Carlsbad, Gaborone, Johannesburg and Tokyo with modified schedules and limited capacity. For details, updates and
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In the world economic history, nothing is comparable to the crisis led by Covid-19. As medical professionals, governments, businesses and civilians are trying to fight this unknown animal, the economy across the board is in d
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