MUSCAT: Malabar Gold & Diamonds, one among the largest jewellery retailers globally with a strong retail network of over 250 outlets spread across 10 countries, unveiled its latest diamond jewellery collection named ‘The Elegance’. Specifically curated for the modern and elegant woman of today, ‘The Elegance Collection’ houses a range of dazzling diamond jewellery set in pure gold which serves as the perfect adornment to celebrate every moment and occasion.
‘There has been a change in the way women buy jewellery, especially diamonds. Women these days aspire to own an exquisite piece of diamond jewellery that resonate their unique persona, and ‘The Elegance Collection’ is our ode to those independent women who prefer to reward themselves or their loved ones with diamonds to celebrate their own achievements or create priceless memories’, said Mr. Shamlal Ahamed, MD – International Operations, Malabar Gold & Diamonds. He also added that this newly launched range of diamond jewellery comes with all assurances of ‘The Malabar Promises’, a set of policies that safeguard the needs of their customers with added benefits, especially with every diamond passing through 28 internal quality tests and certified by international labs, in addition to being sourced responsibly to protect both the environment and stakeholders.
The design of each jewelry piece in ‘The Elegance Collection’ is inspired from the flows and patterns created by the rays of light as visualized in a musical fountain, which makes each jewelry unique like the graceful woman herself. ‘The Elegance collection’ showcases over 60 unique designs across necklace sets, pendant sets, bangles and rings and will be available across selected stores of Malabar Gold & Diamonds.
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