GJEPC Inaugurates the 30th Edition of India International Jewellery Show
The Gem and Jewellery Export Promotion Council held the 30th edition of the India International Jewellery Show, featuring more than 860 companies from India and overseas, at the Bombay Exhibition Centre earlier this month in Mumbai.
The Aug. 8–12 show opened with a lamp-lighting ceremony, followed by a guided tour of the show area. Attendees included guest of honor Shri Prithviraj Chavan, chief minister of Maharashtra; Tlali Khasu, head of Lesotho’s Ministry of Mining; and GJEPC chairman Vipul Shah and vice chairman Pankaj Parekh.
“It is my pleasure to inaugurate Asia’s second-largest gem and jewelry show in Mumbai,” Chavan said at the event. “My government has always endeavored to promote the gem and jewelry sector in diamond cutting, innovation, and design. Mumbai offers world-class infrastructure facilities, which is key to growth and development in any industry.”
The five-day show attracted 30,000 visitors and delegations from across India; among the international delegations were those from Australia, Bangladesh, China, Dubai, Hungary, Iran, Nepal, Russia, UK, and Thailand.
For more from the show, visit iijs.org.
Overnight Mountings Launches New Website
Overnight Mountings has announced the launch of its new website, overnightmountings.com. Features include secure online ordering, access to inventory positions and account information, updated pricing, image downloads, new style updates, and a search-by-stone feature.
The website provides Overnight’s customers with real-time pricing and in-stock variations including diamond quality, finger size, and metal type, all accessible via dropdown menus. It also provides real-time shipping information, such as dates and costs.
Visit overnightmountings.com for more information.
Coronet Solitaire Makes North American Debut
Coronet Solitaire has made its North American debut, offering the world’s most multifaceted diamonds for a fraction of the price thanks to design technology it holds the original patent on.
Coronet’s worldwide-patented stone setting is what sets it apart: Each signature piece comprises an elevated central diamond seamlessly surrounded by six diamonds, creating what has become known as “the Solitaire effect.” With prices starting at $825, Coronet makes its jewelry accessible to new consumer markets. It is the first and only line of jewelry to receive the Hong Kong Top Brands Award, an honor based on reputation, product distinctiveness, innovation, quality, image, packaging, and environmental performance.
Coronet’s new product line offers four distinct collections: Standards for anytime wear; contemporary Stone Chic designs; the elegant Sophistication collection; and Commitment, the ring and wedding set collection. Each piece is set in 14k white gold and features seven diamonds.
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