Friday, 21 October 2016

#Reader’sResponse: Festive & wedding season to rekindle hope

                                                    Gold jewellery will shine

With the onset of wedding and festival season; the second half of the current calendar year is expected to boost gold  jewellery demand. Light weight gold  jewellery in contemporary settings will outshine other categories.

Gulshan Kumar

Director, K.L Jewellers,
New Delhi

#Reader’sResponse: Festive & wedding season to rekindle hope

                                                            Demand will pick up

Jewellery demand will pick up in the festive season despite higher prices while market. This season, consumers will prefer gold ornaments in light weight designs as they really are attractive and comes at almost half the price of heavy designs.

V.S Rajesh
Proprietor, VBC Jewellers, Chennai

#Reader’sResponse: Festive & wedding season to rekindle hope

                                                     Light weight jewellery in vogue

Soaring prices of the yellow metal has dampened the demand from customers for heavy ornaments. Thus light weight jewellery is in demand.

Mahesh Agarwal
Director, Dhanlaxmi Jewellers

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#AOJDailyeNews Post-acquisition of Carat Lane, Titan mulls revamp of jewellery portfolio

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#AOJDailyeNews Customers hold on to old gold as prices fall

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