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/*! elementor - v3.14.0 - 26-06-2023 */ .elementor-widget-image{text-align:center}.elementor-widget-image a{display:inline-block}.elementor-widget-image a img[src$=".svg"]{width:48px}.elementor-widget-image img{vertical-align:middle;display:inline-block} Designer: Syeda Meraj AalamMirha: A tribute to Victorian EraMirha, is a collection designed by Syeda Meraj Aalam, a student of Diploma in Fine Jewellery Design August 2022 at JD Institute of Fashion Technology, Bengaluru for JD Design Awards 2023. The term Mirha signifies ‘light’ in Arabic. Her work draws inspiration from the romantic,

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Students pursuing their Diploma in Fine Jewellery Designing batch of July 2021 were taken to  India's Finest Craftsmanship in Gold and Diamond Jewellery Brands Show on 8th April 2021 at the Taj West End. It was very important to understand the different types of jewellery stores and their history behind the inspiration. for the students. The show was held following all Covid government

Diamonds are special and valuable. Apart from being naturally available they are also being made in laboratories. The term assigned to lab grown diamond is known as Synthetic diamonds. These diamonds were first produced by ASEA - Sweden's major electrical manufacturing company in 1953. The method they used to produce these diamonds required the application of pressure within a device at an estimated

Diamonds celestial beauty makes it easy to admire. However, purchasing diamonds is a great task. There are various factors that account for a diamond’s overall grading to determine its authenticity. As aspiring jewellery designers it is imperative to be able to distinguish the real from the fake diamonds. As fake diamonds are cheap, they are in high demand. Here are some tips to identify

Coloured diamonds are achieved through various ways – natural or artificial methods. The colour can be traced to elements existing in the stones, like nitrogen (yellow), radiation (green) etc. giving it a fancy appearance. These colour changes are usually permanent, but could be impacted if high heat is used during setting repairs. Since coloured diamonds are becoming increasingly popular gemologists have come up

The 4Cs of Diamonds - Cut, Colour, Clarity and Carat as a comprehensive whole play a vital role in a evaluating a diamond’s authenticity. These are globally accepted standards for diamond assessment. The 4Cs are equivalent to a human fingerprint with distinctive characteristics. These qualities are key components that impact its beauty and structure. The 4Cs determine how the diamond appears and the

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