Here is Bling for All Occasions

Published: 31st January 2015 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 31st January 2015 04:58 AM   |  A+A-


CHENNAI:The 113th edition of Zak Jewels Expo, organised by Zak Trade Fairs & Exhibitions Pvt Ltd, was inaugurated at Hotel Vivanta by Taj Connemara yesterday. The expo showcases the finest varieties of precious platinum, gold, diamond and silver jewellery from all over the country.

There will be a wide array of collections ranging from traditional, designer and casual collection to antique, all occasion and bridal wear. Minakari and kundan feature prominently in the collection as well, besides ornaments including dazzling ear-rings, bangles, necklaces, full sets, belts, pendants and rings. Over 20 leading jewellery manufacturers and exporters from all over India will be exhibiting their collection. Some of the brands participating in the expo include Anjallee INC — Chennai, Balaji Jewels — Chennai, Barmecha & Co — Surat, Challani Jewellers — Chennai, CNB Diamonds – Mayiladudurai, Cubic Gems – Tiruchy and Ellite Jewels – Mumbai. While a dazzling range of gemstone-encrusted jewellery like emeralds and rubies may be enough to fascinate women, over 1,00,000 affordable jewellery designs will provide them with a wide range to choose from. Attractive discounts and bargains will be available, said the organisers, adding that every 500th visitor will get a diamond pendant or ring free.

Syed Zakir Ahmed, managing director, Zak Trade Fairs & Exhibitions, said that such exhibitions were an ideal platform to enable Chennaites to check out the collection of Jewellery by participants across India. “Such exhibitions are also necessary for the economy of the country as they boost the business in the gem and jewellery Industry,” he said.

The exhibition, which is on till February 1, will be open to customers from 8.30 am to 10.30 pm.

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