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Enticing jewellery show at Sayaji

Sunday, 9 February 2014 - 7:35pm IST | Place: Indore | Agency: DNA

Sunday shopping! Yes, you can buy jewellery at the Entice event at Emerald Hall, Hotel Sayaji. On offer are a wide range of trendy, contemporary and fusion jewellery manufactured in Hong Kong, China, Mumbai and Jaipur.

Its major attraction is its collection of bridal sets which is divided into two categories; diamond sets embellished with precious stones and traditional sets made of kundan and polka. The floral sets with emerald stone, chokhar neck-pieces with ruby flower and jewellery sets with multilayer diamond chains will give you the desired look on your important day. The settings of uncut diamonds of different sizes, meenakari work with polki and special pacheli pieces decorated with all nine precious stones are rare to find in the city.

The earring and neck-piece collections also have a lot to offer with diamond danglers in floral design, multi colour earrings, earrings in geometrical shapes and solitaires especially designed from Hong Kong for multi purpose. Also, check out pendants on Hindu gods and goddess, fusion of gold, diamond and pearl in sets, neck-pieces in different sizes, daily wear earrings and cocktail collection.

“We are setting up exclusive stores in metros and will also launch it in Indore in the near future,” says event coordinator Balmukund. The price of the products start from Rs. 20,000 onwards.

For tribal jewellery lovers, Amrapali Jewelers has displayed their special collection in a two-day jewellery exhibition at Hotel Lemon Tree. It consist more than 500 varieties of silver tribal jewellery from earrings to bracelets to stunning neck-pieces that make a style statement.

Besides tribal collection, multilayer neck-pieces decorated with pearls, metallic earrings in bali pattern, cocktail earrings, hand painted pieces and gold plated pieces grabs one’s attention for their unique shapes and sizes.

The cuffs in a fusion of silver and gold inspired by Deepika Padukone in the film Raamleela, silver pieces designed with navratna stones, peacock shaped bangles and Victorian pattern jewellery are also worth checking out. The designer hair pins, metallic anklets and gift items add to the show which has something to offer to people of all age groups.

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