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Quite like diamonds

Signity and Surya Golds recently launched Diana Cut, a new range of imitation diamonds


Men grow cold as girls grow old,
And we all lose our charms in the end,
But square-cut or pear-shaped,
These rocks don't lose their shape,
Diamonds are a girl's best friend...

WITH INFLATION and search for innovative designs, Cubic Zirconia is giving diamond a run for their money, though it kind of spoils the metre harmony of this song made famous by both Marilyn Monroe and Nicole Kidman.

Singity and Surya Gold recently launched a stylish range of jewellery. The collection, called Diana Cut, comprises bow-shaped gems that is a tribute to Diana, the Roman Goddess of Hunting. The designs are both contemporary and affordable and is said to be the best imitation for diamonds so far. Set in 18K and 22K, with perfect cut and unique designs, this collection is priced between Rs. 900 and Rs. 25,000. "Diana Cut has been designed keeping in mind the modern Indian woman who wears lightweight jewellery for all occasions," explain the makers. "We want to offer a perfect synergy of value and style, as jewellery has now become an essential accessory that represents individual style."

Diana Cut will be available in about 2,000 outlets across the country.

PRASSANA SRINIVASAN

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