Silver also fell by Rs 402 to Rs 45,178 per kg from Rs 45,580 per kg in the previous trade.
Dip in gold imports has helped in narrowing the country's trade deficit to USD 94.72 billion during Apr-Oct 2019-20.
In tandem with a weak trend in gold, silver prices also tumbled Rs 956 to Rs 45,498 per kg from Rs 46,454 per kg in the previous trade.
Tracking the rise in gold, silver prices also moved up by Rs 230 to Rs 46,510 per kg from Rs 46,280 per kg on Wednesday.
However, organised jewellers are hopeful of good footfalls later in the day as many people are taking delivery of pre-booked orders.
Silver prices also jumped Rs 380 to Rs 46,900 per kilogram from Rs 46,520 per kilogram in the previous trade, according to data.
Silver prices also jumped Rs 380 to Rs 46,900 per kilogram from Rs 46,520 per kilogram in the previous trade.
Silver was trading marginally lower by Rs 24 at Rs 47,120 per kilogram as compared with its previous closing at Rs 47,144.
Silver, however, fell Rs 110 to Rs 46,490 per kilogram here from Thursday's closing price of Rs 46,600 per kilogram.
International gold prices traded higher after disappointing US private payroll data.