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With 60,000+ Unique Designs, Craftsvilla.com Launches Largest Collection of Indian Jewellery in the World

MUMBAI, India, January 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Craftsvilla.com, which is India's largest online store for Indian products like jewellery, sarees, salwar suits, accessories and handicrafts, today announced launch of largest collection of Indian jewellery in the world. Craftsvilla.com now has more than 60,000+ jewellery items by 5,000+ sellers across India in variety of color, stone types, styles, patterns and designs. Craftsvilla.com jewellery collection is more than combined total collection on all other top Indian online retail sites like Flipkart.com, Snapdeal.com, Jabong.com, Amazon.in and Myntra.com.

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Craftsvilla.com, which is known globally for its focus on ethnic Indian products, had started three years back in India with less than 1000+ jewellery designs on their webstore. In just three years, Craftsvilla.com now has jewellery in all categories women would shop for - fashion, fine, bridal and dailywear. Jewellery items ranging from Kundan necklace sets to exotic Pachi earrings to trendy Pearl and Polki anklets can all be found on Craftsvilla.com today.

Craftsvilla.com also has lot of unique jewellery found nowhere in India like crochet jewellery, paper jewellery, terracotta jewellery, quill jewellery, dokra jewellery, glass jewellery, meenakari jewellery, thewa jewellery, jewellery for kids and jewellery for fun like beach jewellery etc. The jewellery prices start less than a dollar and go up to $10,000 for fine jewellery like diamond and platinum jewellery.

"We would like to offer our customers widest possible range in jewellery at best prices. Our target is to put one million Indian jewellery items on Craftsvilla.com in next two years making it the world's largest jewellery collection at a single place. We already have achieved largest 'Indian jewellery' collection in the world on Craftsvilla.com today", says Monica Gupta, Founder of Craftsvilla.com.

Craftsvilla.com also has 20,000+ designs of sarees, 20,000+ home decor items, 5000+ handbags and 5000+ salwar kameez designs live. Craftsvilla.com has more than 300,000+ total products available for online shopping of jewellery from anywhere in the world. Craftsvilla.com offers international shipping at lowest shipping rates and guarantees lowest price on a similar product anywhere in the world.

About Craftsvilla.com:
Craftsvilla.com is India's largest online marketplace for Indian products including sarees, salwar suits, handicrafts, jewellery and accessories like bags, stoles etc. Craftsvilla.com started 3 years back and today is a household name in India. Craftsvilla.com has more than 5000+ sellers who sell close to 300,000+ products online from across India. Craftsvilla.com is like Etsy of India.

Company Details: Craftsvilla.com

Address: 21, Centrium, Lokhandwala, Kandivli (E), Mumbai, India

Contact Name: Manoj Gupta
Email: [email protected]
Phone: +91-99201-75041

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