Striking Gold with Old Jewellery
The Retail Jeweller|March - April 2020
Striking Gold with Old Jewellery
Bhuvan Goel, a first-generation jeweller and owner of SKA Diamonds in New Delhi, always wanted to do something on his own.
Manoj Chakraborty

Although his father runs an electrical business, Bhuvan was long harboured a fascination with gems and jewellery. But it was only in 2015-16 after visiting a few jewellery exhibitions in and around Delhi that he decided to embark on his entrepreneurial journey and start his own diamond jewellery business. Bhuvan, who has a bachelor’s degree in Finance and Investment Analysis and a master’s degree in International Business Management, then did several jewellery-related courses from the International Gemological Institute and the Gemological Institute of America to attain the sector-specific skills. But it is a specialised service—upcycling antique and old jewellery into a brand-new design—that has won Bhuvan a loyal clientele.

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March - April 2020