According to him, the formal launch at the stakeholders workshop will attract gemstone
miners and traders, jewellery designers and manufacturers, crafts artists, fashion designers as well as government and industry representatives.
All the above mentioned dynamics and trends have been taken from the report titled 'Gemstones
Market: Global Industry Analysis 2013-2017 and Opportunity Assessment 2018-2026,' which has been added recently in the extensive repository of the Market Research Hub (MRH).
This course comprehensively expanded my knowledge of diamonds and coloured stones, as well as the technical expertise and practical skills required to evaluate gemstones
using the 4Cs (colour, clarity, cut, and carat weight).
Her book 'Buying Gemstones
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have gained wide popularity and recognition for their beauty and, according to some experts, their healing properties.
Ahmed Bin Sulayem, executive chairman, DMCC, added: "We are excited to support Trigem with its latest venture and further cement Dubai's reputation as one of the preeminent gemstone
capitals of the world.
PESHAWAR -- Small and Medium Enterprises Development Authority (SMEDA) organized a workshop for the stakeholders of the gemstones
sector of Gilgit-Baltistan under the initiative of the Planning Commission of Pakistan, said a press release issued here Tuesday.
"Danat is well positioned to serve both local and global clients and further build on Bahrain's reputation as a leading centre for pearl and gemstone
KARACHI -- Stakeholders of Pakistan's gem and jewellery sector have set up the firs ever Gem Bazaar to showcase precious and semi-precious gemstones
found in the country.
The government was making efforts to promote the gemstone
industry so that the country's vast potential of glittering gemstones
could be exploited in a professional manner.
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Existence is quite a contrast to her previous collection called Splendor, which consisted of sumptuous multicolored stones sourced here and abroad: peridot, tourmaline, ruby, sapphire, emerald, garnet, topaz, jade, amethyst, the whole gemstone