Any silver jewellery or bullion which is of 92.5% purity or above can be listed and sold only by approved sellers. If you are interested to list and sell silver jewellery or bullion which is of 92.5% purity or above then you must apply by following the steps below:
To apply for approval:
To check the status of an application, return to the Add a Product tool and click the Selling application status link located towards the top of the page.
Please note that you will require scanned purity certificates for at least 10 ASINs from a BIS authorized lab.
Precious Gems and Jewellery is an 'invite-only' category. Currently, we are not accepting registrations under this category and do not allow sellers to create or list products or add offers under this category without prior approval from Amazon.
Any jewelry item which consists of either one, a combination, or all of the
Precious jewellery is an invite-only category and we are currently not accepting any direct applications for listing on Amazon. We will keep you posted once we have an updated process for applying to list in the precious jewellery category.
You cannot add offers to any existing precious gems and jewellery products from another brand. Sellers can have their selling privileges suspended under the Jewellery category in such cases.
Yes, such selections will be removed and repeat offenders can have their selling privileges suspended under the Jewellery category.
Fashion Jewellery sellers can list an offer against an existing ASIN only if the seller provides the same product and the same brand to the customer. Listing an offer against a similar or a lookalike product under a trademark would qualify as brand infringement. Please refer to FAQs below:
A seller can list an offer against an existing ASIN only if the seller is providing the same product and the same brand to the customer.
No. If the ASIN is listed under a trademark brand, listing an offer against it (with an item not belonging to the concerned brand) would qualify as brand infringement. Corrective action would be taken against the defaulting seller, based on complaints from the brand trademark holder.