Last Updated : 16 March 2010 at 15:55 IST
Reliance Jewels opens jewellery outlet in Mumbai
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As the jewellery market seemed bullish with marriage season just around the corner, the company has successful launched its jewellery retail outlets in some of the key markets like, Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Dhanbad, Gurgaon, Hyderabad, Jalandhar, Jamnagar, Jamshedpur, Jodhpur, Ludhiana, Mumbai, New Delhi Vizag and Guntur.
Commenting on the launch of the third Reliance Jewels store in Mumbai, Bijou Kurien, President and Chief Executive - Lifestyle said, “We offer consumers an unparalleled range of jewellery backed by the assurance of hallmarked gold and certified diamonds in an unmatched shopping ambience.”
Reliance Jewels has a special introductory offer for a limited period for its customers at the newly opened store. It offers 100% range in gold, diamond and wedding jewellery with a wide choice of more than thousands of exquisitely crafted designs from across the country to make it a one-stop shopping destination for fine jewellery.
The range encompasses stunning designs in Rajkot Designer Antique, Junagarhi Polki, Kundhan, Amritsari Jadau, Timeless Naquashi, Temple Jewellery, Hyderabad Ruby and Emerald collections, Bridal collections, Fusion Collections.
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