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In the exhibition from all over Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Chitral, Gilgit Baltistan, Quetta and other areas of the country the Gems and Jewelry business community arranged some stall in which precious stones like Ruby, Tourmaline, Peridot, Sapphire, Emerald, Aquamarine, Topaz, Zircon, Spinel, Kunzite, Tanzanite, Manganite, Pearl, Turquoise, Lapislazuli, Citrine, Opal, Coral, Agate, Amber, Malachite, Almandine Garnet, Moon Stone, Sun Stone, Blood Stone, Amethyst, Aventurine.
This process was initiated to facilitate a buy/sell contract for precious stones C setting pace for an anticipated $1.
We have around 45 top brands in the world of watches and jewelleries as well as precious stones exhibiting in our stand and from our previous experience attending this event, people are always waiting eagerly to attend and those in need of the stuff that we showcase know where exactly to go when it is the time for the exhibition," he said.
The alleged conman approached the buyer at a Limassol cafE[umlaut] in February and told him he was a precious stone technician.
Local and international media have said the find is one of the largest precious stones ever discovered.
11 (ANI): Punjab has traditionally been a paradise for those who love traditional jewellery, gold, platinum and silver items studded with precious stones.
One of the precious stone traders, Sultan Ahmad Hamidi, said they had donated the pieces to enrich the museum and familiarise the new generation with their opulent culture and history.
today announced that its sophisticated diamond and other precious stone jewelry designing and assembly operations in its newly-opened Shenzhen, China facility is fully operational.
Two suicide attack facilitators and five precious stone smugglers have been detained in southern Kandahar and central Logar provinces, the National Directorate of Security said on Wednesday.
Therefore, Turkey could play a prominent role in diversifying Pakistan's precious stone export markets, he stressed.
Therefore, Turkey could play a prominent role in diversifying Pakistans precious stone export markets, he stressed.
The royalty on precious stone production is 1% (one percent) of gross sales.