Tanishq gets a new premises in Vijayawada

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Feels good: A customer tries a diamond necklace at Tanishq showroom in Vijayawada on Monday. —
Feels good: A customer tries a diamond necklace at Tanishq showroom in Vijayawada on Monday. —

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The new showroom is spread over 3,000 square feet

0.5 gram gold coin free on 15 grams or Rs. 12,000 jewellery

VIJAYAWADA: Tanishq, the jewellery brand of the Tata group, on Monday moved into the new and spacious premises on Mahatma Gandhi Road to give a better shopping experience to its patrons.

The new showroom is spread over 3,000 sq.ft., featuring a wide range of attractive designs, new jewellery collections in 22 karat pure gold, colour stone and more in appealing ambience.

Tanishq first made entry into the city on October 16, 1998.

Special offer

Marking the occasion, Tanishq announced a three-day special offer for its customers beginning on Monday. Anyone purchasing gold jewellery of 15 grams or above or studded jewellery of at least Rs.12,500 value will be given a 0.5 gram gold coin free.

Saumen Bhaumik, Tanishq’s national head – retailing, said at a press conference that the customers would have a range of designs to choose from, including the latest ‘Moham’ collection, a collection of rubies and emeralds.

Also on display would be new collections like ‘everyday diamonds’ and ‘royal collection’.

Mr. Bhaumik said Tanishq could take pride of the fact that its in-house designers had the privilege of designing jewellery for Bollywood’s period films like ‘Paheli’, which was nominated for Oscars, and the latest ‘Jodha Akbar’. The brand had now established itself firmly, with its presence in 74 cities in the form of 102 stores.

Regional business manager P. Latha, franchisees Prabhu Prasad and Jogu Prasad were present.



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