NEW YORK, March 29 (Reuters) - Demand for silver jewelry surpassed the metal's usage in the photography sector in the past two years, signaling robust growth, an industry report showed on Thursday. The report, compiled by research firm GFMS for the Silver Institute, a trade group, also said silver's share of total precious metals jewelry volume increased to 65.6 percent in 2005 from 60.5 percent in 1999. For the first time, the report showed separate jewelry and silverware data from 1996 ...
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