Srinagar: Tanishq, India’s largest retail jeweller, has announced an exciting exchange offer for its customers.
Statement issued by the jeweller here on Friday said that customers can walk in to any Tanishq store and exchange their old-22 karat gold jewellery with 0% deductions for brand new Tanishq jewellery.
Began on May 21 this year, the offer will continue till June 12. The offer, as per the statement, can be availed across all product categories on plain gold collections and studded colour stone jewellery in gold and platinum. Additionally, customers can also avail the offer on all gold studded jewellery.
The statement added that Tanishq brand stands for its promise of offering the purest of gold, and understands the sentiment that the Indian consumer has towards this precious metal.
Tanishq offers its customers a wide array of collections to choose from. The wedding collection is specially handcrafted to adorn the bride on her special day, said the statement. “For customers who tread the traditional path, the Divyam collection is the perfect choice as it is inspired by the magnificent temples of India.”
To reiterate its commitment to purity, Tanishq introduced the unique karat meter across all its outlets. The karat meter allows for a thorough inspection of the gold through a unique process, where customers can gauge the purity of their gold instantly, said the statement.
The statement quotes Deepika Tewari, general manager, marketing, jewellery division, Titan Company Limited, saying: “We make sure that we cater to the needs of our customers in the best ways possible, by offering them the best products at even better rates. This in mind, we are pleased to announce our latest gold exchange offer. Every woman deserves to own the best jewellery and with this offer, we encourage our customers to own a Tanishq piece that is handcrafted in exquisite designs.”
Tanishq, which bears the hallmark of Titan and the assurance of the TATA group, has always been at the forefront with an offering of best in class jewellery, he added.