Jewelry is something that you never care too much for until the first time that
you wear it. After that, it is just how lucky you are - if you realize you look
good in it, it comes with the more painful realization that there's only one legal
way to acquire it. But if God gave you both middle class net worth and a capacity
to relish the pleasure of window-dressing, here's something that might be a sight
for sore eyes.
The ZAK Company and the ANZ International Trade & Marketing Associates are jointly organizing a jewelry show called 'Jewels 2001' for a period of 4 days. More than 30 leading jewelers from all over India will exhibit their range of jewelry at this show. This is the 22nd edition of the great Indian jewelry show by the organizers.
The highlight of this exhibition will be the large participation of exhibitors and their displaying the latest designs in a wide range of items like gold, diamonds, pearls, rubies, emeralds, sapphires and gemstones, as also necklaces, bangles (full and half sets), pendants, coins, precious and semi-precious stones, menswear and kidswear, designer jewelry (Kundan, Mughal, enameled etc.) and birth-stones of exquisite designs.
Mohd Azharuddin and Sangeeta Bijlani will inaugurate the show. Over 1,00,000 designs will be on display, and the jewelry manufacturers are directly taking part in this show. There will be discounts and bargains along with gifts.
Jewels 2002 will take place at Coimbatore between 4th and 7th of January, and
will follow in Bangalore during 25th - 28th January, New Delhi during 16th - 19th
March and Chennai during 5th - 8th April. Please contact the Manoj of Hotel Vinayak
at 771-0146/771-1246 or Taj Krishna at 666-2323, or email firstname.lastname@example.org for