Pune's elite attends a showcase of gemstone jewellery, silk sarees
Vastupal Ranka, Tehseen Poonawala and Sheetal Ranka (left to right) at the showcase in PuneTBC

Pune's elite attends a showcase of gemstone jewellery, silk sarees

The event was curated by Chanda Patil who brought together Pune’s most vibrant personalities

Pune: Rare Jewels, a Ranka Legacy and Narayani Silks together gave guests an exclusive preview of their latest collection on the 22nd and 23rd January 2021. Rare Jewels, a Ranka Legacy and Narayani Silks was an event that brought together the who's who of Pune to witness finest creations in gemstones jewellery and silk sarees. The event celebrated culture, craftsmanship and elegance.

Rare Jewels showcased jewellery made with precious gemstones, stunning designs and craftsmanship. The Rare Jewels carries the legacy that is upheld by Ranka Jewellers for many generations. Similarly, Narayani Silks presented a variety of silks like Kanjivaram, Dharmavaram, Chanderi, Pochampally, Kota and Garhwal.


Rare Jewels, a Ranka Legacy, is a jewellery boutique located at Karve Road, Pune. Narayani Silks have their silk sarees available at their stores in Satara Road and Seasons Mall, Pune.

Vastupal Ranka, Director, Rare Jewels, said, “Rare Jewels was looking for a dedicated platform to present our collection of glamorous and striking gemstones and gold jewellery. The event gave us an opportunity to connect with creative minds and with those that appreciate the timelessness of a carefully assimilated jewellery piece that becomes an heirloom. It is always a pleasure to be together with a brand such as Narayani Silks. I would like to thank them, our curator and our guests for making the event special.”

Speaking at the exhibition Vishal Hiremath and Vivek Suryavanshi of Narayani Silks expressed that, “We were glad that this association happened and that Narayani Silks had the opportunity to bring out its finest silks for the guests.”

The event was curated by Chanda Patil who brought together Pune’s vibrant personalities such as Usha Navale, Shailaja Magar, Vasanti Kakade, Amolika Patil Kakade. Others in attendance were Sunetra Pawar, Vandana Chavan, and Mamta Misal among others. They were seen admiring the timeless elegance showcased.

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