Vaibhav Jewellers launches diamond exhibition at V-Square
Attractive articles are on display
The jewelleries are made by expert fashion designers
VISAKHAPATNAM: Vaibhav Jewellers on Thursday launched a diamond mela at V-Square with display of indigenously designed sparkling diamond articles with international certification.
Display of carefully handpicked articles now up for sale with a special discount of 5 per cent less per carat and making charges was made by Anjali and Trisha, leading models from Mumbai. They demonstrated the recreated jewellery from ancient history.
Vaibhav also showcases attractive festive arrivals in Junagarh, temple jewellery, Vilandi jewellery and silver dinner sets and furniture. All the spell-binding collections are adorned with unmatched designs and stunning beauty.
Manoj Grandhi, Chairman and Managing Director of Vaibhav Jewellers, told reporters that V-Square was their gift to Vizagites and it was a pleasure on their part to conduct the expo to give a rich experience to visitors.
He said the temple jeweller on display were recreated jewellery from ancient Tamil culture. The spell-binding collections of Junagarh have consistently mastered the art of high-end designs.
The highlight of these items is that they are studded with real rose cut diamonds, precious and semi-precious stones with a four decade legacy. The jewelleries are made by specialised team of expert fashion designers and deft craftsmen with precision.
The new arrivals in Vilandi jewellery include marvellous and attractive items that the royals adorn and offer the proficiency in one of the most exquisite Jadau/Kundan and Minakari jewellery, also known as Nizam Jewellery.
Mr. Manoj Grandhi said silver furniture and dinner sets were on display. This includes India’s best hand crafted furniture made in Rajasthan. The basic structure was made of wood upon which a thick sheet of silver was carved. Items on display include sofa sets, swing, three-face chairs, temples and Maharajah chairs.