Tanishq unveils Festive Gold Collection
Kolkata, Oct 13 (IBNS) Ahead of Diwali, Tanishq, India's leading jewellery brand, on Saturday announced the availability of an exciting range of gold jewellery for the festive season.
Starting from a weight of 2 grams, the Festive Gold Collection celebrates freedom of choice and value.
The range of gold jewellery consists of earrings, pendants and bangles.
Sandeep Kulhalli, Vice President, Retail and Marketing, Tanishq, said, "Understanding the connect attached towards gold, this Diwali, the Festive Gold collection from Tanishq is the perfect opportunity to indulge and choose from exquisite designs in gold."
"The collection is available on a wide range of gold jewellery starting from a weight of 2 grams in earrings, pendants and 8 grams in bangles."
As a part of this festive season Tanishq is also offering flat 20% off on making charges of select 22kt gold jewellery and upto 20% off on single piece of diamond jewellery above Rs. 2 lakhs.
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