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MUSEUM OF GEM AND JEWELLERY
FEDERATION, JAIPUR

SPONSORED BY: JEWELLERS FROM JAIPUR IN NEW YORK
SUPPORTED BY: RAJASTHAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY
WITH GRANT FROM VARIOUS DONORS

Updates : One of a Kind Museum Open on all days 1000 hrs to 1800 hrs Entry: Indian Rs 100/- Student Rs 50/- Foreigner Rs 200/-

VARIOUS SECTIONS

VARIOUS SECTIONS

The setup of museum will be into 100+ sections. Each section will represent one topic as per list below. Thus, for example, a section on malachite will have samples of rough stone as well as a piece of mineral specimen, various types of cut goods, cabochons, beads, carvings etc. We will have stamps on Malachite, important photos, mining and other related items. Various natural designs of Malachite will be highlighted. A description of the stone and different uses will be given. Various types of jewellery set with malachite will be presented. There will be a 2 minute video, explaining the details of that section. There will also be a Computer Setup with Interactive program.

GEMSTONES Sec. No.
  • 1. Journey to the center of the Earth- Video 44

  • 2. Earth as a crucible of creation – Gemology 31

  • 3. imitating Natures Mineral Artistry 05

  • 4. Geometry - Inner world of gemstones 39

  • 5. The Lure of Colored Stones

  • 6. Crystallography 17

  • 7. Riches in the Rocks 34

  • 8. Minerals – Magic, Fluorescent Stones 49

  • 9. Gem & Mineral Specimen 34

  • 10. Gemstones – Classification - Charts & Maps 33

  • 11. Special Cuts & designs– Award Winning Photos 59

  • 12. Agate and Onyx Section 1/55

  • 13. Amethyst and Citrine Section 2/14

  • 14. Aquamarine & Morganite Section 04

  • 15. Aventurine & Jade Section 07

  • 16. Birds, Animals & Flower Room 8/27

  • 17. Crystal & Quartz Section 17

  • 18. Dining Hall & Utility Items 22

  • 19. Garnet Section 28

  • 20. Kunzite and Tanzanite Section 45/53

  • 21. Tanzanite Section 74

  • 22. Synthetic and Manmade stones 73

  • 23. Pearl & Coral Section (Gems derived from living organisms) 57

  • 24. Replica of Important Stones 64

  • 25. Emerald (Romancing the Stone) 23

  • 26. Ruby & Sapphire Section 67/68

  • 27. Tourmaline Section 78

  • 28. The Diamond Empire 21

  • 29. Various Beads & necklaces

  • 30. Gazebo & Gemstone Fountains 29

  • 31. Planetary Influence of Gems 06

  • 32. NavGraha- Birthstones and zodiac signs 06

  • 33. Philately – Stamps on Gems & Jewellery 70

  • 34. Tools of the Trade 25

  • 35. Art Gallery and Stone Paintings 5/71

JEWELLERY Sec. No.
  • 1. Glitter from the world of Gold & Platinum 37

  • 2. Silver Section 69

  • 3. Costume Jewellery 16

  • 4. Meenakari and kundan Jewellery 48

  • 5. Enamel Jewellery 24

  • 6. Antique Jewellery 03

  • 7. Traditional Jewellery Section 79

  • 8. Modern Jewellery Section 52

  • 9. Synthetic Stone & Fancy Jewellery 72

  • 10. Glass Jewellery 36

  • 11. Wooden & Thread Jewellery 83/76

  • 12. Tribal & Tibetan Jewellery 80/77

  • 13. Red Indian & African Jewellery 63

  • 14. Religious Uses - Temple & Church Jewellery 75/13

  • 15. Jewellery worn by Celebrities 43

  • 16. Jewellery Adorning the Royal Family 66

  • 17. Award winning Jewellery Photos 59


GENERAL Sec. No.
  • 1. Special and Rotating Exhibits

  • 2. Loaned Articles

  • 3. Gemstone mining in Rajasthan

  • 4. History of Gemstone Trading 38

  • 5. Development of Jewellery Trade 38

  • 6. Internationalization of the Trade 38

  • 7. Gemology Institutes of the world 32

  • 8. Museums of the World 54

  • 9. Mines of the World and Mining Photos 50/51

  • 10. Manuscripts and Rare Books - Library 47

  • 11. Philanthropic Services by Jewellers 58

  • 12. Photo Gallery 59

  • 13. History & Photos - Jewellers of Jaipur 38

  • 14. Network of Overseas - Traders and Jewellers

  • 15. Cutting and Polishing & Jewellery Workshops 19

  • 16. Audio, Video & Interactive workshop

  • 17. Research and Development 65

  • 18. Wall of History - History of Gems Trading 38

  • 19. Medical Uses of Gemstones


NAME OF STONE Sec. No.
  • Quartz / Citrine / AmethystE1

  • Agate / Jade / Aventurine / JasperE2

  • Fossil / Inclusion / Special StonesE3

  • Garnet / PeridotE4

  • Synthetic StonesE5

  • Special rough & cut stonesE6

  • Rainbow ColoursE7

  • 100 + Rough stonesE8

  • Indian Rough stonesE9

  • Gemstone specimenE10

  • Large RocksE11

  • Medium StonesE12

  • Fluorescent stones & starsE8-9

  • Gemstone ChartDoor & Pillar

  • Spinel / ApatiteE13

  • Aquamarine / KyaniteE14

  • Special stones / IoliteE15

  • TsavoriteE16

  • Morganite / KunziteE17

  • Blue TopazE18

  • TourmalineE19

  • OpalE20

  • Alexandrite / Cat’s EyeE21

  • TanzaniteE22

  • SapphireE23

  • RubyE24

  • NavratnaE25

NAME OF STONE Sec. No.
  • CoralE26

  • EmeraldE27

  • Replica of DiamondsE28

  • DiamondsE29

  • PearlE30

  • Birds & Animals etc.E31

  • Beads & CarvingsE32

  • Beads & CarvingsE33

  • Religious idols / Utility itemE34

  • Medicinal & Healing Stone / Astro / VaastuE35

  • Beads & CutsE36

  • Beads & CabsE37

  • Beads & CabsE38

  • Beads & CabsE39

  • Kundan MeenaE40

  • Kundan MeenaE41

  • Tanjore / VictorianE42

  • Kundan MeenaE43

  • Enamelling / FusionE44

  • Gold JewelleryE45

  • Award winning JewelleryE46

  • Gold / Diamond / ChildrenE47

  • Gold & Stone JewelleryE48

  • Traditional JewelleryE49

  • Studded JewelleryE50

  • Silver JewelleryE51-55

  • Creative JewelleryE56-60