Nithyakalyani Jew­ellery cel­e­brates 40 years with spe­cial ini­tia­tive

Daily Mirror (Sri Lanka) - - LIFE -

Wellawatta Nithyakalyani Jew­ellery, a pi­o­neer in the gem and jew­ellery trade in Sri Lanka, cel­e­brated its 40th an­niver­sary in a grand style re­cently.

Nithyakalyani Jew­ellery which launched a se­ries of so­cial ser­vice pro­grammes this year to mark its 40-year cel­e­bra­tions in­stalled a drink­ing wa­ter dis­penser for the gen­eral pub­lic in front of its show­room in Wellawatta.

The aim of in­stalling the dis­penser along Galle road was to as­sist the gen­eral pub­lic who travel daily along the road to quench their thirst. This brings back mem­o­ries of the ‘Pin

which ex­isted in vil­lages in the past. The ‘Pin Thaliya’ was a large bowl or caul­dron of wa­ter, kept along the road to help vil­lagers walk­ing along to quench their thirst. This wa­ter dis­penser in­stalled by Nithyakalyani Jew­ellery can be used by the gen­eral pub­lic at any given time of the day.

Wellawatta Nithyakalyani Jew­ellery has been a trusted jew­eller in Sri Lanka for 40 years through their com­mit­ment to qual­ity and cus­tomer ser­vice. A col­lec­tion of over 30,000 jew­ellery de­signs at­tract cus­tomers who are keen on prod­uct qual­ity and con­tem­po­rary de­signs. Nithyakalyani pos­sesses an in-house fac­tory where they man­u­fac­ture plat­inum, gold, white gold, di­a­mond and gem­stone jew­ellery un­der the su­per­vi­sion of ex­pe­ri­enced, well-trained crafts­men. The tech­ni­cal ad­vance­ment ex­em­pli­fied by ap­proaches such as CAD, 3D-print­ing to cre­ate life-like ob­jects out of cus­tomer imag­i­na­tion has led to ex­ports to many coun­tries in­clud­ing Aus­tralia, UK, Canada, Switzer­land, UAE and USA.

Open­ing cer­e­mony held at Nithyakalyani premises

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