Amazon launches Jewellery and Office and Stationery Supplies Store; Junglee to list Office Products and School Supplies Amazon.in has launched a Precious Jewellery Store that claims to offer more than 22,000 styles of precious jewellery including necklaces, mangalsutras, earings, rings, ankets, and accessories like toe rings and gold coins from 18 national and international jewellery brands like Gitanjali group’s Asmi, Nakshatra and D’damas, Diti, Gili, Sangini, Aspen, Mehrasons, Ahilya, Bluestone and Caratlane among others. It also claims to have exclusive tie-ups with brands like Orra, Tara Jewellers, Rose Group's Tanya Rossi Italy collection and Gitanjali's Nirvana & Viola Italiya collections. It has partnered GIA (Gemological institute of America) to create buying guides for diamonds, gemstones, precious metals and birthstones among others. Earlier in the month, the company had also launched an Office and Stationery Supplies store, that claims to offer over 17,000 products across various categories like office supplies, writing…
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