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Thursday, February 16, 2012

Sutrela Kundan Bangles

Sutrela Kundan Bangles

India is the master of handmade jewellery. Artisans here put their souls into the piece they make.

Here we have different kinds of craftsmanship such as Jadaau Jewellery, Bengali Jewellery, Rajasthani Jewellery, Meenakari Jewellery, Garhwali Jewellery, Temple Jewellery etc., etc., etc…….

Topping all is Kundan Gold Jewellery from Rajasthan.

It’s said that the artisan pours his blood through his sweat while making a piece of impeccable Kundan art.

One of the magnificent thing being made in Rajasthani Kundan artwork are SUTRELA BANGLES, studded with polki diamonds, having intrinsic meenakari with head faces of elephant or peacock or lion.

Meenakari is just magnificent in these kind of bangles.

The main uniqueness of these bangles lies in its flexibility!!!

Yes “flexibility” you can twist it just like a dragon!!!

Just watch the following link and watch yourself.

Indeed this is a very heavy piece of jewellery to be able to worn on parties only.

The weight of one pair may vary from 150 gms to 200 gms of gold.

Manufacturing one pair of these bangles doesn’t take days or weeks but months!

But its really a product of adornment.

It’s really an excellent piece of art ever invented.



Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Customer is the King

Customer is King...
In today's material world, customer is the king indeed! But some customers take this far enough & take improper advantage of this.
A store owner must be patient enough to swallow the unreasonable demands of a customer. Because he may go out and try demolishing your goodwill to 10 other people.

Its an old saying of business in general that "the customer is always right". The point being that, in the long term interests of your jewellery store it doesn't pay to pick a fight with a customer.
You may win the battle, but end up losing the war.
Its also important to understand that some customers may be more right than others & some deserve better than good.
In this regard just be extra cautious while dealing with a notorious customer, but never get into unreasonabe arguement, subtle ignoring is one solution to this.

But do take good care of your frequent/loyal/good customers. Remember them by name, attend them personally, get into chit-chat, give them some extra discount/gifts, socialize more with them.
After all they are the foundation from where you can grow more further.

Read the following lines by Dale Carnegie-"....the best way to have someone take an interest in you, is by taking a genuine interest in them. Show them what you can do for them & they will reciprocate in kind....".