Divine Solitaires has launched its e-commerce platform. With this, the solitaire jewellery brand targets to make the best of the solitaires available to their customers in the comfort of their home.
Divine Solitaires has been a specialist of the solitaire segment for over a decade. It claims to be the only online platform exclusively dedicated to selling solitaires. Now, a wide range of solitaire jewellery such as rings, earrings, pendants, nose pins, oval bracelets, tennis bracelets, bangles, necklaces and mangalsutras is available online.
Jignesh Mehta, Founder and Managing Director, Divine Solitaires, said, “At Divine Solitaires, we are constantly evolving to meet our customer requirements and making the experience of solitaire shopping hassle-free. Users will now be able to choose solitaires right from 0.10 carat to 2.99 carats in the round, princess, oval and pear shapes.”
New e-commerce portal
With this new launch, the company will empower the customers to develop a piece of solitaire jewellery as per their preference and price range and choose the solitaire on various parameters, including price, carat, color, clarity and cut.
Divine Solitaires will be launching newer contemporary designs in various popular categories such as engagement rings, cocktail rings, and men’s collection etc. periodically.
Divine Solitaires Diamond and Divine Solitaires Jewellery ranging from price as low as Rs 10,000 to Rs 80,00,000 and Divine Solitaires jewellery from Rs 25,000 to Rs 80,00,000 will be made available online with a user-friendly interface to twenty seven thousand pin codes across the nation.
“The colour range that we offer is from D to K and clarity from IF to SI, these parameters ensure that the diamond you purchase is the finest and the most beautiful asset that you could own. The Global Online Jewellery Market 2018-2022 report states that the Global Online Jewellery will grow at a CAGR of 15.69% during the period 2018-2022, and we are positive that we will capture a fair share of the growth when it comes to solitaires,” Mehta further stated.