Srinagar: Tanishq, Indias most trusted jewellery brand, has launched a special Swarnam collection which will be made exclusively available for customers to ring in the auspicious occasion of Akshaya Tritiya this year. Swarnam offers a gorgeous range of bangles, pendants, earrings, neckpieces, rings, mangalsutra and pendant earring sets that start at Rs. 20,000 only. The collection features ornate designs in 18 and 22 karat gold, diamond and coloured stones. These stunning designs are complemented by brilliant craftsmanship and are perfect for all ethnic ensembles. To make this occasion even more special, Tanishq has introduced spectacular offers for customers where they can avail upto 25% off on making charges of plain gold jewellery and upto 25% off on diamond jewellery value. The offer is valid from 23rd to 29th April 2017 across all Tanishq stores in India.
The Tanishq Promise is a premise which reiterates Tanishqs commitment to providing their customers with the purest and best jewellery. The brand has exquisite designs starting at 8% making charges and it provides the best exchange value for diamonds, polki, rubies, emeralds etc. To stress on their commitment to the purest jewellery, all Tanishq stores are equipped with the Karatmeter which enables customers to check the purity of their gold in the most efficient manner. The brand has been synonymous with superior craftsmanship, exclusive designs and guaranteed product quality, taking special efforts in offering best in class jewellery to its consumers.
Sandeep Kulhalli, Senior Vice President – Retail and Marketing, Jewellery Division, Titan Company Limited said, The purchase of gold is a deep-seated tradition among Indians and Akshaya Tritiya is an auspicious occasion when we indulge in the purchase of this precious metal. In India, buying gold for Akshaya Tritiya is believed to bring in success and wealth. In sync with our customer sentiments, we have announced discount offers extending an opportunity to own exclusive jewellery from Tanishq at reasonable rates
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