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Raja Jewellers promotes attractive bridal jewellery package

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With the bridal season around the corner Raja Jewellers owned by the Eliyapura Syndicate Ltd. has introduced a collection of bridal packages offering 22KT bridal necklaces starting at Rs. 70,000 and bridal jewellery packages starting at Rs. 134,000. 

The brand is offering striking giveaways this season for bridal jewellery packages. Shoppers can win labour-free ladies’ wedding bands, diamond rings and diamond pendants and a chance to feature the wedding on national television. 

In keeping up with the international trends and fashion forecasts Raja Jewellers has crafted 22KT and diamond studded bridal jewellery to capture the essence of daring, stylish, humble and glamorous contemporary Sri Lankan brides, the collection is crafted to the finest quality by the talented craftsmen with a lifetime warranty from Raja Jewellers and an excellent after service. 

With the reputation for the finest and friendliest customer service in the country Raja Jewellers will be offering up to 25% savings for all bridal jewellery and up to 60 months of easy payment plans for credit cards. 

The history of Raja Jewellers dates back to 1928, when late E.A. Fernando established E.A. Fernando Jewellers at Chatham Street. With effort and creativity, the company stepped forward making E.A. Fernando Jewellers a brand of first preference among Sri Lankans. 

In 1962, following in his father’s footsteps, Raja Fernando who inherited not only the craftsmanship but also the entrepreneurship elevated the business to next level and rebranded it as Raja Jewellers. Taking over from him in 1985 for the third generation, Ashoka Eliyapura and Athula Eliyapura, sons of Raja Fernando, registered the business as Limited Liability Company under the name of Raja Jewellers Ltd. 

The company has earned a remarkable reputation for its excellent craftsmanship and creativity among its customers both locally and internationally. Over 400 endowed local staff members are well qualified and have the capacity of designing and manufacturing jewellery that exceed consumer needs without compromising on quality. 

The brand’s continual excellence was recognised at the prestigious ‘Presidential Awards – 2018’, organised by the Gem and Jewellery Authority of Sri Lanka, as it bagged the coveted ‘Best Gold Jewellery Manufacturer’ award and outshining all other gold jewellers and also took home three other major awards in the Gold Category, including ‘Best Jewellery Item, ‘The Highest Hallmarked Jeweller’ and ‘Senior Most Contributor – Gem Cutting’. This phenomenal achievement is a testament to the unwavering trust customers have placed on the brand.

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