Surprise your woman with a diamond

Friday, 14 February 2014 - 6:00am IST | Place: Vashi | Agency: DNA

Nothing will mesmerise your loved one like a beautiful set of diamonds strung together to set off an unparalleled shine. Nothing matches the classic look of diamonds and it sure does make the person feel special. Jewellery outlets have much in store if you are planning to declare your love today in a grand way.

For instance, Nikita Jewellers proposes to make your love eternal like their collection of exquisitely designed diamonds and solitaires. A unique engagement ring, a perfect anniversary band or a set of classic diamond stud earrings, you can take your pick to make your sweetheart swoon. "Nikita Jewellers has designs that vary from small miniature pieces of jewellery to huge royal, classy collection of jewellery sets. The stones include emerald, ruby, sapphire along with uncut dazzling diamonds and pure gold which give a lovable feel," says a representative.

S Kumars in Nerul have more additions in their signature Euro brand in both diamond and platinum jewellery. "We have a whole new range of pendants and rings that are a mix of Indian and European designs.

Heart-shaped ones are highly in demand. Italian floral designs are also available in plenty. On Valentine's Day making charges on diamond jewellery will be free, whereas in gold jewellery there is 50% discount," says manager, Jose Chummar.

Love, it seems, pervades all constraints as residents are gearing up to see a set of glinting stones adorn their beloved. "My fiance was keen on buying a light and thin diamond necklace and bangles for a year now. She prefers simple and subtle designs and they are priced reasonably. I made some arrangements and have purchased the set. It is wrapped and ribboned and waits to be opened today," says a resident of Belapur.

Well, for some it is not a surprise deal but a planned purchase. "We have been saving for quite sometime to buy a diamond and emerald necklace and earrings. It is priced exorbitantly, but it is for the one and only so there can be no compromises," says a jubilant Rajesh Mehta, a Vashi resident.


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