- v. present participle of hallmark.
“Also, although even the smallest of towns have at least one jewelry shop, hallmarking centers so far exist only in the bigger cities, said Dinesh Jain, director of the All India Gems and Jewellery Trade Federation.”
“In the absence of compulsory hallmarking, even some leading gold jewelry retailers opt out of hallmarking, relying on their brand name alone to win customers' trust.”
“The government tried to introduce such a law about three years ago, but deferred the proposal as it didn't have adequate number of hallmarking centers for certifying the jewelry.”
“We support hallmarking, and we want it to be made mandatory," he said.”
“NEW DELHI -- Jewelry buyers across India may soon be able to get a guarantee of the quality of the gold they're paying for, with the federal cabinet approving an amendment to a law which could lead to compulsory hallmarking.”
“Currently, hallmarking of gold jewelry is optional for retailers.”
“Where people have expressed support for regulation, we're keeping it – like with the hallmarking system for gold and silver.”
“MUMBAI -- In an effort to boost sales of gold jewelry, India's federal government has stepped up hallmarking of gold and has issued 6,775 licenses to jewelers as of June 30, the government said in a statement Thursday.”
“Licensed jewelers can get their gold hallmarked at any of the 140 hallmarking centers that have been set up in the country by the government and private entities, the statement said.”
“I would be impressed if Obama spoke out about the compulsive consumerism hallmarking U.S. culture.”
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