The loans will go mostly to the import of machinery rather than working capital, according to a recent article from The Economic Times.
Amanda’s Style File: March Aquamarine Jewelry
These aquamarine jewels mark the changing seasons.
Season changes and birthdays both provide a clean slate, a chance to start fresh.
Winter wardrobes make way for lighter spring fashion. Homes get deep spring cleaning. The dark clothing and accessories we embraced during these dark days of winter get stored away, while lighter colors and spring tones begin to be the go-to choice for attire and jewelry alike.
With March’s arrival, we use this time to celebrate its official birthstone, aquamarine.
Aquamarine was named for its color similarities to sea water. The sea water tones give the gem a tranquil and calming aura, making it adored by many.
To celebrate March’s arrival, this Style File explores designer jewels that range from personal talismans to red-carpet-ready appeal.
The sale also will include a third Rolex, with all three watches tied to Barrett’s 1979 attempt to break the world record for land speed.
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There were only 250 made available, selling for more than $50,000.
The British-based Swiss designer’s “Pottering Around” collection is for sale at Sotheby’s East Hampton starting this week.
The diamond firm will give the donation at a ceremony in Namibia this month during a trip for select retail jeweler partners.
He was convicted last month after falsely claiming he had a deal with Costco in order to obtain millions in diamonds from LLD Diamonds USA.
Dorian Webb, one of the designers in the Emerging Designers Diamond Initiative, will be the first to work with Gemist.
The charity will hold its fifth annual fundraising day on Sept. 24.