190-year-old legacy jewellery brand, PNG Jewellers, pursues an art form that is a testament to not only its proud heritage but also its ability to move forward with the times. Every year, it attracts new customers, especially first-time buyers through its unique offerings. These collections go beyond jewellery design itself and speak a language of the times that resonate with the young populace.
With the anticipation of the FIFA World cup reaching fever pitch, PNG Jewellers has launched their first ever Football Collection! Marathi actor Swapnil Joshi and PNG Jewellers Chairman, Dr. Saurabh Gadgil launched the new collection at the brand’s Hadapsar store, The collection includes Pendants in gold and silver for men and will be available across select PNG Jewellers stores in India ie. Laxmi Road, Paud Road, Hadapsar in Pune, Panaji in Goa, Thane & Nagpur store. The brand expects to create excitement in youngsters who would like to make their first jewellery purchase through this new collection. The pendants will be available in a weight bracket of 6 grams to 9 grams. The silver pendants are available from Rs 600 onwards.The diamond football pendant is priced at Rs 154000/
Dr. Saurabh Gadgil, Chairman and Managing Director, PNG Jewellers said, “The FIFA world cup is a highly anticipated global event that brings the world together for the love of the beautiful game, Football. We at PNG Jewellers wanted to create something beautiful that could capture the imagination of football lovers and lovers of jewellery alike. Youngsters today want to express themselves in a million different ways, however, the love of a sport like football is universal and has mass appeal. Hence the idea to recreate the football in 22KT gold in the form of a pendant that could be worn as a statement as well as given as a gift! The silver and diamond pendants will also attract youngsters . Being a football lover myself, I hope that customers will resonate with this collection and enjoy the revelry of the greatest celebration of football in the world!”