Reliance Jewels celebrates 12th Anniversary with ‘Aabhar’ collection

Mumbai: Reliance Jewels, India’s leading jewelry brand has launched its exclusive earrings collection to celebrate their 12th anniversary with their customers. Reliance Jewels expresses its gratitude towards every customer for being associated with them through the launch of the special anniversary collection – Aabhar.

Aabhar collection takes inspiration from India’s national bird, the peacock. To express its happiness, the peacock opens all its feathers to its full glory during rains to celebrate the beginning of monsoon. The designs, colors and patterns of the Aabhar collection takes inspiration from the bird and brings a stylish feel to it.
Aabhar collection includes handcrafted earrings like danglers, chandeliers, Jhumkis, studs, needles and chandbalis in both 22KT gold and 18KT gold. The collection also features Diamond studded designs in rose and yellow gold with rhodium finish. Semi-precious colored stones complementing the theme have been used to enhance the look. The Aabhar collection has something for everyone for every occasion.
Reliance Jewels is running an attractive Offer of upto 24%* off on making charges of Gold Jewellery, Upto 24%* off on Diamond Jewellery, valid till 1st September 2019. Today, Reliance Jewels has a consolidated presence in 81 cities with over 200 stores including Exclusive and Shop in Shop [SIS] formats. (*T&C Apply).

“Our Aabhar collection is a testament to our gratitude for all our customers across India who have supported us all along. We at Reliance Jewels understand the power of gratitude. Aabhar & our other collections are the perfect way of expressing heartfelt gratitude to a friend, a relative, a spouse, a customer or an acquaintance who has touched our lives,” said Reliance Jewels spokesperson.
Celebrating its 12 years, Reliance Jewels provides a complete jewelry shopping experience. With the ever-increasing network of stores, Reliance Jewels is meeting the ever-growing jewelry needs of people across India.

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