LIALI Jewellery, the leading retailer of fine jewellery in Dubai since 1999, in association with the World Gold Council unfurls its new вЂLiali GoldвЂ™ collection for Diwali, the Festival of Lights, which is one of the most popular Indian festivals celebrated across the world and falls on November 5 this year.
LIALI Gold is a unique blend of traditional designs in gold jewellery with a modern touch. It features pieces of handcrafted chunky necklaces, bracelets and rings featuring diamond cuts on them. The lightweight collection is designed by the well known Italian design house Lorenzo Ungari and is easy on the pocket too. Youngsters will especially adore the pieces inlaid with enamel in colourful shades of pink, purple, blue and green.
Anuraag Sinha, Managing Director LIALI Jewellery said: вЂњWe are indeed very happy to present the new and exclusive вЂLiali GoldвЂ™ collection for Diwali. LIALI is well reputed for its diamond jewellery collections. We now invite customers to view the new and exciting collection in plain gold and pick designs of their choice for the grand occasion as with this launch, LIALI has redefined the art of wearing gold as a fashion statement.
вЂњOn every special occasion, we sought to offer our customers fresh new collections that are appropriate for the season. This year too is special for LIALI as we have not only focused on diamond jewellery but taken into account consumers needs across all segments. This is in line with our mission statement to be the single most desirable jeweler for fine jewellery and service to make our customers look and feel their very best.вЂќ
LIALIвЂ™s latest Nouf collection is an exciting line of designer rings showcasing precious and semi-precious coloured stones and is a вЂњmust-haveвЂќ for those who want to be daringly different for this festive season. The retailer always delights customers with some special goodies on their purchases so expect plenty of gifts with every purchase made at their stores this festive season, regardless of the nature of jewellery purchased i.e of gold, diamonds, coloured stones, pearls or watches.