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Tholia’s Kuber, Jaipur

What’s Interesting :- Kundan Jewellery

Market :-

Products :- Jewellery  Gold & Diamond  Silver Jewellery  

Days Closed :- Sunday

Timing :- 10:30am-7:30pm

Phone :- +911412377416

Address :- Tholia Building, MI Road, Jayanti Market, New Colony, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302001

Parking :- Limited Space

Price Range :- Wide Range

Payment Methods :- Cash and Card

Tholia’s Kuber, Jaipur

Shopping in Jaipur for jewelry would involve a visit to the MI Road shopping Market. Kuber Tholia is a very reputed and recommended jewellery shop in MI Road. It is a small shop but the designs are amazing. Several customers come to India and shop at Kuber Tholia. They love his designs.

The jewellery stands out for their contemporary design and beautiful finish. They have a range of traditional earrings and necklaces in Polki (uncut diamonds) set in 22k gold and with turquoise, emeralds, and rubies. There are also ethnic silver and gold plated items with semi-precious stones. Check out the vast selection of cocktail rings. The owners and staff are very experienced and very courteous. The pieces are designed and manufactured in house.

This is one of the best jewellery shops in Jaipur.

4.3/5 - (7 votes)

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