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The Art of Jewellery is India's No. 1 business magazine on the jewellery trade and industry. A one-stop source of cutting-edge information for the Gems and Jewellery sector, it is reputed for its focused content, high editorial standards, creative design, rich imagery and state-of-the-art printing. Now in 14th year of publishing, it has won many awards and rich accolades for its contribution to the jewellery industry and trade. It is widely recognized by readers, advertisers, and the jewellery community as a premier magazine in the industry. It reaches quality jewellery retailers in India and overseas and has an extended reach during exhibitions and trade fairs. The Art of Jewellery has a tremendous web and digital presence and is a pioneer in providing daily news updates on national and international happenings. AOJ Daily – E news capsule reaches more than 80,000 industry players on daily basis.
With a promise to come back with a bang to the God’s own country next year, the 9th edition of Kerala Gem & Jewellery Show (KGJS) 2018 concluded on a high note. Positivity rippled from the first day onwards at the expo that was organised at world class Adlux International Convention & Exhibition Centre. We bring you a detail report of the show. Our December issue has a very interesting story on essential truth about natural diamonds and man-made diamonds. Long before there was life on earth, there were diamonds. Most were created one to three billion years ago, and the youngest diamond ever found was over 100 million years old. On the other hand Laboratory grown diamond are produced in 2-3 weeks using two different methods High pressure high temperature (HPHT) and chemical vapour deposition (CVD). Once regarded as symbol of married women, mangalsutra is now gaining more and more popularity as fashion symbol. It is not only confined as neckpiece but it is now being used as bracelet and in many other forms also. It is not just Bollywood brides who are experimenting with the traditional black beads and gold ornament, young women are also turning mangalsutra into a style statement from sporting it like a bracelet to a minimalist ring.