PNG’s new diamond jewellery offer
Story: the | goan | 08th December 2017, 07:50 Hrs
PNG Jewellers has launched new offers on diamond jewellery wherein the brand is putting forth their range with a value worth Rs. 65,000 per carat at as low as Rs. 49,000 per. The alluring offer on diamond jewellery is accessible till the end of Dec' 2017.
The brand houses an engaging extent of unrestrained and chic statement pieces that has a loyal fan base for ages. The new collection of diamonds will enable you to flaunt these valuables at every occasion. Their gathering of diamonds will fascinate you with its cuts, everlasting designs and precision.
Speaking on the occasion, Saurabh Gadgil, Chairman and Managing Director, PNG Jewellers quotes, "Since we are around the corner for new year along with too many winter weddings lined up which only calls for celebration. And India being so rich on culture where jewellery plays an important part, we wanted to make it easier for our customers to go out and celebrate with style, leaving aside the huge amounts they would need to shell out for the same."
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