What are imitation Jewellery made of?
Artificial jewellery is made of metals that are cheap and can be easily moulded into various shapes. Traditionally, the commonest metal used to make artificial jewellery is a white metal called nickel. Lead, copper, cadmium and brass are also being used.
What is slang for jewelry?
bijouterie, bling. (or bling-bling), ice. [slang]
What is HSN code for artificial jewellery?
HSN Code 7117: Imitation jewellery
|711790||Imitation jewellery (excluding jewellery, of base metal, whether or not clad with silver, gold or platinum) ,Products include: Fashion Jewellery||3%|
|71171100||CUFF LINKS AND STUDS OF BASE METAL W/N PLATED WITH PRECIOUS METAL||3%|
Which state is famous for artificial jewellery?
Rajasthan contributes almost 40% of it. Artificial and costume jewellery from here has a huge demand in the US, Europe, Canada, Australia and many Asian countries. “More and more young working women are looking for jewellery which is modern and easy-to-wear and can be teamed up with western wear.