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Bvlgari’s jewellery snapped up in post-lockdown sprees.

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Bvlgari CEO Jean-Christophe Babin.

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(Left) Marilyn Tan Jewellery. (Right) Caratell’s angel brooch.

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Gioia Fine Jewellery.

Outlook on Luxury: Setting a new path for gems

Jewellers believe a rebound is imminent but are still waiting to press the ‘reset’ button
May 15, 2020 5:50 AM

Can the jewellery market rise from the ashes of the pandemic to stage its own rebirth? Some industry players think so. Just last week, Bain & Company gave a grim assessment of the luxury market, predicting a contraction of between 20 to 35 percent for the full year. 

But in China,

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