In Pakistan The terms Jewellery and Precious Stones are deemed to include all articles made wholly or mainly of gold, platinum, diamonds of all kinds, precious or semi-precious stones, pearls whether or not mounted, set or strung and articles set or mounted with diamonds, precious or semi-precious stones or pearls. Under the Act there are no restrictions on the import of jewellery and precious stones, but their import is regulated by the Import Trade Control Regulations. Import of jewellery, precious metals, precious stones, etc., by incoming passengers is regulated by the Rules made under the Customs Act. Under the State Bank Notification No.FE.3/85-SB dated the 15th August, 1985, any person other than a person domiciled in Pakistan or India, who is returning to his/her own country, may take with him/her any precious stones or jewellery brought by him/her into Pakistan without limit if the same had been declared to the Customs Authorities on the prescribed form at the time of his/her arrival in Pakistan, and precious stones and jewellery,tion is that this facility will be available only to the families of foreign nationals who are working in Pakistatancerned authorities. Foreign nationals and overseas Pakistanis can also take out gold, jewellery, precious/semi precious stones upto the value of $10,000/- in all provided the same have been purchased against encashment of foreign exchange brought by them from abroad.