Gold prices rose in futures trade on Tuesday owing to a rise in spot demand by jewellers.
Global prices edged higher over concerns regarding the US-China trade conflicts as well as Hong Kong protests.
Globally, gold prices again touched all-time high on Monday, at $1,525.10 an ounce.
SPDR Gold Holdings said its holdings rose 0.94% to 847.77 tonnes on Monday from 839.85 tonnes on Friday.
MCX Gold 4-Oct expiry rose 0.65% to Rs38,490/10gms.
Silver was also up at 45,368/kg.