Watches and Jewellery In Mumbai

Watches and Jewellery in Mumbai are made in customized varieties and forms a significant part of the fashion accessories industry of the city. Famous for their unique price range and infinite designer options, the Jewelleries and Watches are available in the both general as well as branded accessories' stores.

The fashion status of the world changes every second. And Mumbai is known for its extraordinary style pace which augments its position in the fashion arena. To cope up with the ever-changing trends the manufacturers and accessory designers of the city keep a close watch on the latest happenings in the global style arena.

The city has a host of personalized and common shopping corners where one can get a perfect collection of the most expensive as well as the cheapest Jewellery and Watches. While specially designed sophisticated couple watches are there in the fashion stores, there are hordes of slick and funky wrist Watches too for the teenagers. Similarly, the individual Jewellery houses offer heavy gold, silver and platinum jewelleries on the one side and on the other they have sleek, modern and sober daily jewellery wares too for those who want to have a mellowed down look.

Some of the popular and well accessible places of Mumbai that have created a niche in the world of Watches and Jewellery are:
  • World of Titan at Bhiwandi Kalyan road
  • Tanisq showroom at Churchgate and Borivili
  • Gili India Ltd. at Andheri East
  • Fusion jewels at Veer Nariman road
  • Magic touch at Thane
  • Ace Jems at Andheri West
  • Shrenuj at Andheri East
Each and every Watch and Jewellery item available in the various shopping complexes of Mumbai have a distinct look. The buyer, once in possession of these fashion accessories, never fails to discover the trendy and traditional feel that make him special in the crowd of many.

Last Updated on 19 May 2011



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