Fashion | Platinum Showstopper

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Platinum Showstopper
Published: Volume 17, Issue 8, August, 2009

Ganjam’s ethereal designs are going beyond Indian shores to acquire international acclaim. it enjoys the rich distinction of being the only Indian jewellery brand invited to participate in the Coutts London Jewellery Week this year

The Coutts London Jewellery Week held in June this year is an annual celebration of excellence in creative design. It highlighted some of the world’s finest jewellery designers including catwalk shows, exhibitions, seminars and open houses. Riverdance, Ganjam’s exclusive Platinum collection was part of the event. This timeless collection was selected as the showstopper for the event and showcased to the crème de la crème of London.

Mr. Umesh Ganjam, Director of Ganjam said, “We are honoured to be a part of the Coutts London Jewellery Week. It reflects our commitment towards creating jewellery that is quintessentially Indian and yet moulded to contemporary designs that bestow an aura of grandeur and modernity.”

Ganjam also bagged the Merit Award at the International Jewellery Design Excellence (IDJE) Award 2009 held at the Hong Kong International jewellery Show. It has grown to become one of India’s finest luxury brands offering a unique blend of modern as well as traditional jewellery crafted in gold and platinum. The brand was the first jewellery brand in India to work in platinum and continues to remain at the forefront for all their exquisite creations.

The designs are sensuous and exude a certain aura of sophistication and exclusivity, which explains Ganjam’s national presence with four stores – two in Bangalore, a boutique in Mumbai and an exclusive boutique in New Delhi. With its trendsetting designs and high standard of craftsmanship using only the best quality of diamonds popularly called the ‘f’ colour diamonds, Ganjam has carved an international niche for itself as a leading luxury and premium jewellery brand.

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