Jewellery designers are struggling to make a success of their businesses.
Such challenging times has never faced by Indian Jewellery industry because for decades Indian glut of cheap imported Jewellery was faced and now with the rise in gold prices onset of a predicted recession for 2008.
This is really a time to start promoting the Indian home has been grown industries more heavily. Our most talented grown Jewellery designers are struggling to make a success of their businesses. So it is not right that we do nothing to support these wonderful creative people and just stand by. All news channels constantly reminded of these facts and on an almost daily basis reporting on the struggling economy and the co lapse of the housing markets.
High quality natural gemstones
We purchase and trade in a wide range of high quality natural gemstones from around the world. Alloys that are composed of semi metals with metals are classified as sulfides but are sometimes listed as elements. For thousands of years, gold has been valued as a global currency, a commodity, an investment and simply an object of beauty. We personally select and purchase rough and cut stones.
They usually share similarities to other sulfides in their physical properties. These minerals are in the Selenides, the Tellurides, the Antimonides and the Arsenides Subclasses of the Sulfide Class. The main difference between elemental alloys and these semi-metal alloys is the presence of covalent bonding in these minerals as opposed to the strictly metallic bonding in pure metals and their metal alloys. Our specialty is top quality cutting.
A diamond is a beauty
A diamond's beauty, rarity and price depend on the interplay on all the 4 C's cut, clarity, carat and color. The other big trend is the revival of antique cut diamonds such as the cushion cut. Side stone options include these 7 shapes as well as baguette and trillion.
Its purity is the perfect symbol of a new beginning. It is believed that the first diamonds were discovered nearly 3000 years ago in India. They were considered valuable because of their ability to refract light and were used as either decoration or as talismans - for protection and warding against evil. Generally speaking there are 7 principle diamond shapes for Jewelry - round, marquise, emerald, princess, pear, oval and heart. The strongest trend in Jewelry design is diamond set in white metal particularly platinum.