Aquamarine

What’s Interesting :- Jewellery & Accessories

Products :- Imitation Jewellery  Silver Jewellery  

Days Closed :- Open all days

Timing :- 10am-9pm

Address :- Aquamarine, 20, Colaba Causeway, Opp Mcdonald\'s, Scindia Society, Police Colony, Apollo Bandar, Colaba, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400001

Landmark :- Opp Mcdonald

Parking :- Road side parking

Bus/Metro :- Taj Coromandel Bus Stop

Price Range :- Rs.2000 - Rs.55000

Payment Methods :- Cash and card

Aquamarine Jewellers Colaba

Step into Aquamarine Jewellers and you’ll discover a new love for silver in its full glory. Endorsed by popular stars like Shriya Saran and Kajal Aggarwal, Aquamarine has a beautiful collection of silver jewellery. Look for Maang tikaas, Kadas, necklaces, bracelets or rings. This is the place to go to if you are looking for statement jewellery that can turn heads.

This brand has dressed up some well-known faces in recent times. From Karisma Kapoor to Diana Penty to Shraddha Kapoor to Chitrangada Singh, you’ll see a bevy of beauties sporting Aquamarine jewellery. Aquamarine also came to limelight when it designed jewellery for Madhuri Dixit’s wax statue at Madam Tussauds.

That’s quite a bit of endorsement to make sure that you visit this shop when you are at Colaba Causeway. If not, you can also stop by at their stores in Lokhandwala, Bandra or Breach Candy or 16 Khan Market in Delhi.

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Embellished with decorative stones and pearls, the kundan jewellery here is truly amazing!

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