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  India Diamond Trading Centre Opens
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    India's Gem and Jewellery Export Promotion Council (GJEPC) and the Bharat Diamond Bourse (BDB) have launched the India Diamond Trading Centre (IDTC), marking a significant milestone in the 'Make In India' campaign to promote India as a global diamond-trading hub. Chief Guest, Smt. Nirmala Sitharaman, Hon'ble Minester of State (Independent Charge) for Commerce & Industry. Govt. of India inaugurated the centre in the presence of Ashish Shelar, ML.A, Alka Kelkar, Deputy Mayor, and Special Guests including Mr Jean-Marc Lieberherr, Managing Director, Rio Tinto Diamonds, Mr Andrey Polyakov, Vice President, Alrosa and Mr Marcus Lung, senior Sales Manager (Asia Pavific), De Beers........................
   
  New Versus Old
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    When an appraiser takes in a typical piece of jewellery, whether it features only diamonds or a variety of gemstones , the task is relatively simple. Determiining the quality of the metal and the quality, origin, size, colour, type and characteristics of the stones, along with evaluating the condition and market appeal of the piece, is time consuming, but it can be done with the tools at hand. Two other categories of jewellery, period and contemporary studio work, however, present totally different challenges........................
   
  The Fascination of Mughai Jewellery
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  The jewellery that came out of the Mughal period in India is perhaps some of the most celebrated and recognized , both inside and outside that country. It is the reflection of the blend of Islamic and Hindu cultures that merged for a period of time and left behind a legacy of art and elaborate jewellery that is both iconic and specific to Indian culture.......................
 
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