Malabar Gold & Diamonds has announced its latest campaign, Bangle Festival, in Qatar.
A “splendid collection” of bangles in gold, diamonds and precious gems is being showcased as part of the festival, the jewellery retailer has said in a statement.
More than 300 “exquisite designs” from 20 countries, such as Qatar, Italy, Singapore, Turkey, Malaysia and India, featuring “excellent craftsmanship” is being showcased as part of the festival, the statement noted.
The campaign began yesterday and would continue until October 5 at all Malabar Gold & Diamonds outlets in Qatar.
The latest jewellery collection launched as part of the Bangle Festival includes both traditional and contemporary designs in 22K gold, diamond and precious gem jewellery. “Bangles of stunning designs are on display in the festival and are guaranteed to suit the tastes of the retailer’s multicultural and multinational customers,” the statement pointed out. The company has incorporated these designs as part of various brands presented at Malabar Gold & Diamonds, namely Ethnix - Handcrafted Designer Jewellery, Era - Uncut Diamond Jewellery; Mine-Diamonds Unlimited; Divine-Indian Heritage Jewellery; and Precia-Gem Jewellery.
Customers also get an exclusive chance to exchange 22K gold jewellery with the new bangle collection showcased at the showrooms by paying only the making charge without any deduction in gold rate, the statement added.
Malabar Gold & Diamonds is the flagship company of Malabar Group, a leading diversified Indian business conglomerate. It is among the largest jewellery retailers globally with a retail network of over 250 outlets spread across 10 countries.
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