Precious and Semi-Precious Stones are natural stones of high economic value. Semi-precious stones have commercial value though they are not so rare and unique if compared to precious stones. To distinguish between precious and semi-precious stones, specialists take into account specific characteristics such as refractive index, specific gravity, dispersion, hardness, fracture, cleavage, luster, etc.
Diamond, ruby, sapphire and emerald are the main types of precious stones that enjoy the highest demand. The list of semi-precious stones includes topaz, quartz, citrine, aquamarine, agate, hematite, jade, garnet, and goldstone, to name a few. The major consumers of precious and semi-precious stones are the USA, China and India, Japan and Middle Eastern countries. Italy and the UK are amid the largest European consumers.
The research reports available in the Catalogue offer essential data on the global, regional and domestic precious and semi-precious stones markets. The reports include overviews of current and possible future market trends, focus on the prices changes, export and import ratio. Profiles of the key and niche participants in the market are provided in the reports, too.
Industrial Diamonds: Global Market Trends and Prospects to 2029
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