Largest Jewellery market
According to a recent KPMG study the largest Jewellery market is :
United States with a market share of 30.8%
Japan, India and China and the Middle East each with 8 - 9% and
Italy with 5%.
We predict a dramatic change in market shares by 2015, where the market share is
The United States will have dropped to around 25%
China and India will increase theirs to over 13%
The Middle East will remain more or less constant at 9%
Europeís and Japanís market share will be less than 4% for Japan, and
Less than 3% for the biggest individual European countries, Italy and the UK.
Diamonds are costly
To combat the competition, many jewellers can be found offering the rings and diamonds at lower prices than others, with some schemes and gifts also offered. The tension settings will make the entire band as two large prongs for even more highlighting of the diamond. Since you may be budget conscious, it is advisable that you compare the price offers of different jewellers. Still, they can shop for a smaller and low priced diamond and make it appear larger as a solitaire diamond on the top of the engagement ring.
Diamonds are costly and most of the couples certainly cannot afford to purchase larger ones. Browse the websites of the jewelers and find all the details about diamond solitaire engagement rings. Certainly, a suitable ring can be found in the market place once you have ensured all aspects of buying the diamond. The secret is in the settings. Prong setting also can be a choice for bringing up the stone on the ring.
Silver is always in fashion
Because silver jewellery is trendy and simple it has been always in fashion. Sterling silver can be enjoyed a life time. It being a precious metal it is more affordable than gold and platinum. Always keep your ornaments separately, preferably in a cloth pouch or jewellery box in order to prevent scratching and tarnishing. When silver reacts with sulfur or hydrogen sulfide in the ambient air its normal for silver to tarnish.
To make silver ornaments last a life time you must have to follow simple steps. It can be easily removed by polishing with cloth or solutions specifically formulated for silver cleaning, which can be found in any hardware store. Always avoid exposing it to household chemicals, such as bleach or chlorinated water.