J's Diamond launches Flagship Store in Ayala Malls
posted October 24, 2019 at 08:03 pm
J’s Diamond is a renowned jewelry brand that originated in Hong Kong and has established itself in the Philippines since 2012. J’s Diamond initially started with an exquisite collection of timeless pieces of rings tailored for engagement and wedding occasions. It has been patronized by customers for its specialty in bridal accessories and for the refined and sophisticated craftsmanship of its jewelry pieces.
J’s Diamond’s success has been constant throughout the years and yet again, it reached a greater height. J’s Diamond is set to open up a new branch, its fourth boutique in the country.
Along with its accompanied success, J’s Diamond has decided to expand its range of products from rings and now to bracelets and necklaces to adapt to the continuously changing consumer behavior.
To celebrate another milestone reached, we invite you to discover our new flagship store that will present a sensational showcase of our latest captivating designs. Our new boutique possesses the unintimidating yet modish atmosphere, emanating the millennial vibe. It is designed to mirror the magnificence of our modern jewelry collection and to shine a light on our flawless creations that are well-crafted by professional artisans. Our stylish and classy jewelry pieces are always fashioned to celebrate the gift of love. Each piece is purposely created to symbolize the different values – a love that lasts for a lifetime, a joy that is profound, an undying devotion, and steadfast loyalty and fidelity.
Immerse yourself into the ultimate J’s Diamond experience as you partake in our grand opening that will be held on October 17, 2019, at 5 PM in one of the luxurious malls in the country, Ayala Malls Manila Bay.
Find a treasure trove of bedazzling pieces of jewelry that you will forever adore only in J’s Diamond. Visit Js Diamond branches at Lucky Chinatown, SM Dasmarinas, LSM Southmall and Ayala Malls, Manila Bay.
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