I am back with this super stunning blog post!
Who doesn’t love jewellery? Be it male or a female, everyone loves gold and diamonds.
I recently came across this really old and fantastic jewellery brand named, PNG JEWELLERS.
Founded in 1832, P.N.G JEWELLERS are one of the oldest and most reputed Jewellers in the country. It’s a legacy of over six generations that is built on trust, excellence and a warm relationship with the customers and the society.
Apart from purity and transparency, they are known for their excellence in craftsmanship. Their focus on innovation and on changing with the times, has kept them at the forefront of jewellery retail in India.
Today they have stores in Pune – (at Satara Road, Aundh and Sinhagad Road, Chinchwad (PCMC), & Bhosari ), Amravati, Beed, Nashik, Solapur, Satara, Sangamner, Dhule, Kalaburagi (Gulbarga) & Mumbai.
They enjoy a large patronage, not only at their stores, but patrons from all across the country and abroad contact them for their requirements.
They have this huge MANGALSUTRA MAHOTSAV going on around the corner, wherein they have some fantastic pieces designed for all types of festivals and even for daily wear.
They have mangalsutras weighing 5gms to 180gms.
The range is approximately as mentioned below:
4grams to 12grams: Rs.12000/- to Rs.50000/-
40grams to 70grams: Rs.1,20,000/- to Rs. 2,50,000/-
80grams to 180grams: Rs.4,00,000/- to 6,00,000/-
The low range includes designs which can be wore for daily wear. Working women can wear some amazing light weight and exclusively designed Mangalsutras to office. Even the homemakers can have their hands on their thin and light weight collection. There are some modern designs too for the newly wed ladies. Ancient designs have their own grace in the collection. I Personally tried on some light weighted Mangalsutras, trust me I loved the fact that I don’t feel weird or awkward wearing them, as the designs are so modern and so graceful that it looks like a gold chain rather then a typical Mangalsutra which the new generation avoids! Some chains are so thin that they won’t be so much into the face, so people who are not big fans of Mangalsutra as a piece of jewellery can surely go for these super thin ones as they completely serve the purpose of making your husband happy and his family satisfied.
Coming to the medium range of Mangalsutras, these are pretty royal! If you are looking for wearing something which is not extremely heavy but yet makes you stand out in the crowd then you are on the right track. I love the pendants from this collection. The medium weighted Mangalsutras can be noticed with the kind of pendants they are attached to. There are Mangalsutras with multiple chains attached just to give it the edgy look. The collection is made up of long Mangalsutras, which are just enough as the only piece of jewellery for a small function or even if you want to pull it off at someone’s marriage/reception ceremony. As a person I would go for these Mangalsutras if I have to attend some party, get-together, kitty parties, birthday parties or any such not so grand event. I love the small detailing that comes in every Mangalsutra. Classic ancient stones with some pearls completes the collection.
Now lets talk about some great grand Mangalsutras! Oh My God, the collection is just spectacular! They actually make you look so grand and extremely royal. They are apt for the newly wedded brides. I mean they just make you stand out in the crowd. They actually are pretty heavy and the designs are just so graceful. I tried wearing one of their main Mangalsutra, trust me guys I actually felt like a princess. This range is mostly used for extremely important functions like marriages or main festivals like Diwali. What I love about this collection are the pendants again, the combination of gold, stones and the pearls is just so creative. The pendants also have those tiny “Ghungurus” in the bottom just to make it look different and extremely beautiful. I myself would absolutely buy one after I get married!
So you would get to see some amazing collection at P.N.G JEWELLERS around the corner. They have couple of Stores around, you can find them on: http://www.pngjewelers.com/
Being in a business for long has its advantages. They have a vast collection of designs collected by them over the years, and they have craftsmen who have worked with them for generations.This combination gives them a definitive edge, when it comes to fulfilling every requirement of their customer.
Their archives have rich references of jewellery pieces from all the schools of design, like Temple, Kundan, Thewa section, South Indian etc and this helps them to preserve the legacy of jewellery in the country and to take it further day by day.
So overall I had an amazing time seeing the collection. Don’t forget to check out their website, https://www.pngadgil.com/
Lots of love,