About Us

Karan Kothari Jewellers Pvt. Ltd. (KKJPL) was established in 1965 and is a well known jewellery house in Central India, Nagpur. KKJPL is one of the leading brands in Central India, trusted and adored for its everlasting un-doubtable quality and timeless designs. Four foundation pillars of KKJPL are Trust, Purity, Designs, and Value. This has resulted in its tag line, Pure and Timeless. These pillars in addition to the philosophy govern the vision, conduct and focus of KKJPL management and staff. KKJPL successfully build a robust infrastructure to support creativity and innovation by leveraging, passionate in-house and external designers and artisans.

Karan Kothari Jewellers Pvt. Ltd. (KKJPL) was established in 1965 and is a well known jewellery house in Central India, Nagpur. KKJPL is one of the leading brands in Central India, trusted and adored for its everlasting un-doubtable quality and timeless designs. Four foundation pillars of KKJPL are Trust, Purity, Designs, and Value. This has resulted in its tag line, Pure and Timeless. These pillars in addition to the philosophy govern the vision, conduct and focus of KKJPL management and staff. KKJPL successfully build a robust infrastructure to support creativity and innovation by leveraging, passionate in-house and external designers and artisans.

KKJPL has developed, a strong infrastructure in traditional jewellery centres from Rajasthan, Calcutta and Mumbai. As a result of this, KKJPL has over the years developed many unique fusion designs, blending precious and semi precious stones with various precious metals. In its quest for perfection, and the customer satisfaction, KKJPL has put in place a multilayer quality assurance program and every jewellery piece undergoes through this rigorous process, before reaching the customer. KKJPL always endeavoured to showcase its customers, the best and the latest jewellery design, aesthetics, quality and value for money. KKJPL strongly believe in Partners in Progress as the way of life, when it comes to Human Resources. As a token of gratitude to its staff members and outstation visitors, it serves complimentary food in the dining area.

GALLERY

DIAMOND CARE

You’ve chosen your diamond with all the care possible. You love the way your precious piece sparkles and shines. Guess what, with a little regular effort, your diamond will stay at its brightest for years to come.

Cleaning of diamonds

Diamonds are set in metal and due to regular usage/exposure your diamond jewellery will gather dust and film. To remove this, your diamond jewellery needs regular cleaning.

  • Wipe your jewellery every now and then with a clean, lint free cloth. This will keep the surface clear & clean.
  • Soak and clean your jewellery regularly, especially if you wear it daily. Soak it overnight in a solution of warm water & mild detergent or warm water with a few drops of ammonia.
  • Use an old toothbrush, eyebrow or lipstick brush to clean. These bristles are small and will get under the diamond to remove oil &dust. Do not rub to hard, or you may scratch the metal setting.
  • Use a strainer to rinse off diamond jewellery, especially rings. Remember those movie scenes where the ring goes down the sink! Dry with a clean cloth.
  • Instead of ammonia or detergent, you can use any special jewellery cleaning liquid available at jewellers. Read labels carefully before buying.
  • Every year or so, give your diamond jewellery for professional cleaning. Jewellers use ultra sonic or steam cleaning and will also check the setting, so that the stone does not fall out.

Usage of diamond jewellery

Diamonds are the hardest gems known to man, but a hard blow may scratch the stone or chip it. Plus the metal setting of the diamond may get similarly affected and the stone may spring loose.

So it’s a good idea to keep the following in mind:

Avoid wearing diamond jewellery while swimming or washing dishes. Prolonged contact with water may loosen the stone from the setting, while chemicals in the cleaning agent/pool may affect the metal.

Remove diamond jewellery while applying lotion, oiling your hair or going for a massage! The cream/oil will settle on and under the stone, making the diamond dull, worse still, loosening it from the setting.

In short, diamonds and gemstones need special care Avoid hitting them against hard surfaces or subjecting them to extreme temperature changes. The diamond is indeed the hardest jewel, but it is nevertheless fragile; contrary to other gems, diamonds cannot be scratched, but they can break. Rings and bracelets with diamonds and precious gemstones must be handled with special care, because the gems and the settings which hold them undergo continuous, daily use.

Gems present characteristics which make them unique and extraordinary. The small variations and inclusions, the tiny traces of other minerals which they may contain, make them exclusive.

Storage of diamond jewellery

Storing jewels together may cause one piece to scratch the other. Always keep different pieces separately. Fabric lined cases with partitions are the best to store diamond jewellery.

GOLD AND SILVER CARE

TIPS TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR GOLD AND SILVER JEWELLERY

Here are the most important tips to keep your jewellery in perfect condition. Daily use is the main cause of wearing out jewelry. It is very important to take special care of your jewellery in order to guarantee its perfect appearance.

STORAGE To avoid scratching the jewellery, we recommend you to keep them in the original boxes and avoid the contact with other jewellery.

GENTLE CLEANING You should clean your gold and silver jewellery with mild soap, a soft brush and warm water. After rinsing off the soap with lots of cold water and drying the piece carefully, your jewellery will look like new again. Gold and silver can show signs of oxidation when they come into contact with air. This reaction can be accentuated as a result of contact with your skin depending on alkaline or acidic content (Ph values) of the skin. Consequently, gold may take on a reddish tinge and silver a dark, yellowish shade. To clean your jewellery, either bring it to one of our KKJPL stores, conveniently situated Itwari and Dharampeth, Nagpur.

KEEP ENEMIES AT BAY Any noble metal is permanently damaged by mercury and therefore all contact with this substance must be avoided. However, should this happen by accident, take the piece urgently to a TOUS store so that the mercury can be removed in the shop and the damage will be minimal. Jewellery that contain crystal and/or enamel gems is especially sensitive to chemical products. The pearls and corals deserve extra special attention. They are of organic origin and can be easily damaged by cosmetics, hairspray, perfume and cologne. In order to clean them, a wet cotton cloth and a drop of mild soap will suffice.

WHITE GOLD White gold of 750/000 is an alloy of fine gold, palladium and other metals. Its real color is grey and so it is always necessary to give it a rhodium finish in order to attain its characteristic white colour. This rhodium finish which is applied to white gold wears away with time, use and contact. We suggest taking the piece to our store periodically so that its rhodium finish can be applied again. This way, your white gold jewelry will always looks like new.

KEEP AWAY FROM WATER It is not a good idea to get jewellery with interlaced filament leather or fur wet. In addition, we do not suggest cleaning them with soap and water and it would be much better to have it cleaned by professionals.

ELECTROFORMING. INTELLIGENT GOLD This state of the art method for the fabrication of jewellery results in large pieces of extraordinary quality, which do not feature any soldering. Precisely because of its size and its very smooth surface, it is very important to protect the jewellery against any accidental blows or mishandling.

KKJPL is a pioneer in this advanced technology and so as a result of its innovative processes, we advise our customers not to have these pieces repaired outside of our shops.

MAINTENANCE We suggest having regular inspections made of the gem settings of your jewellery, especially rings and bracelets, as well as re-stringing the strands of your pearl necklaces. We have a special maintenance service set up at KKJPL in order to assure that your jewellery is always in perfect condition.

AVOID SELF-REPAIR Jewellery should never be forced, twisted, snapped or tightened. If you want to make any adjustments or changes, take it to KKJPL and our experts will make whatever adjustments may be necessary at our stores

DIAMOND CARE

You’ve chosen your diamond with all the care possible. You love the way your precious piece sparkles and shines. Guess what, with a little regular effort, your diamond will stay at its brightest for years to come.

Cleaning of diamonds

Diamonds are set in metal and due to regular usage/exposure your diamond jewellery will gather dust and film. To remove this, your diamond jewellery needs regular cleaning.

  • Wipe your jewellery every now and then with a clean, lint free cloth. This will keep the surface clear & clean.
  • Soak and clean your jewellery regularly, especially if you wear it daily. Soak it overnight in a solution of warm water & mild detergent or warm water with a few drops of ammonia.
  • Use an old toothbrush, eyebrow or lipstick brush to clean. These bristles are small and will get under the diamond to remove oil &dust. Do not rub to hard, or you may scratch the metal setting.
  • Use a strainer to rinse off diamond jewellery, especially rings. Remember those movie scenes where the ring goes down the sink! Dry with a clean cloth.
  • Instead of ammonia or detergent, you can use any special jewellery cleaning liquid available at jewellers. Read labels carefully before buying.
  • Every year or so, give your diamond jewellery for professional cleaning. Jewellers use ultra sonic or steam cleaning and will also check the setting, so that the stone does not fall out.

Usage of diamond jewellery

Diamonds are the hardest gems known to man, but a hard blow may scratch the stone or chip it. Plus the metal setting of the diamond may get similarly affected and the stone may spring loose.

So it’s a good idea to keep the following in mind:

Avoid wearing diamond jewellery while swimming or washing dishes. Prolonged contact with water may loosen the stone from the setting, while chemicals in the cleaning agent/pool may affect the metal.

Remove diamond jewellery while applying lotion, oiling your hair or going for a massage! The cream/oil will settle on and under the stone, making the diamond dull, worse still, loosening it from the setting.

In short, diamonds and gemstones need special care Avoid hitting them against hard surfaces or subjecting them to extreme temperature changes. The diamond is indeed the hardest jewel, but it is nevertheless fragile; contrary to other gems, diamonds cannot be scratched, but they can break. Rings and bracelets with diamonds and precious gemstones must be handled with special care, because the gems and the settings which hold them undergo continuous, daily use.

Gems present characteristics which make them unique and extraordinary. The small variations and inclusions, the tiny traces of other minerals which they may contain, make them exclusive.

Storage of diamond jewellery

Storing jewels together may cause one piece to scratch the other. Always keep different pieces separately. Fabric lined cases with partitions are the best to store diamond jewellery.

GOLD AND SILVER CARE

TIPS TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR GOLD AND SILVER JEWELLERY

Here are the most important tips to keep your jewellery in perfect condition. Daily use is the main cause of wearing out jewelry. It is very important to take special care of your jewellery in order to guarantee its perfect appearance.

STORAGE To avoid scratching the jewellery, we recommend you to keep them in the original boxes and avoid the contact with other jewellery.

GENTLE CLEANING You should clean your gold and silver jewellery with mild soap, a soft brush and warm water. After rinsing off the soap with lots of cold water and drying the piece carefully, your jewellery will look like new again. Gold and silver can show signs of oxidation when they come into contact with air. This reaction can be accentuated as a result of contact with your skin depending on alkaline or acidic content (Ph values) of the skin. Consequently, gold may take on a reddish tinge and silver a dark, yellowish shade. To clean your jewellery, either bring it to one of our KKJPL stores, conveniently situated Itwari and Dharampeth, Nagpur.

KEEP ENEMIES AT BAY Any noble metal is permanently damaged by mercury and therefore all contact with this substance must be avoided. However, should this happen by accident, take the piece urgently to a TOUS store so that the mercury can be removed in the shop and the damage will be minimal. Jewellery that contain crystal and/or enamel gems is especially sensitive to chemical products. The pearls and corals deserve extra special attention. They are of organic origin and can be easily damaged by cosmetics, hairspray, perfume and cologne. In order to clean them, a wet cotton cloth and a drop of mild soap will suffice.

WHITE GOLD White gold of 750/000 is an alloy of fine gold, palladium and other metals. Its real color is grey and so it is always necessary to give it a rhodium finish in order to attain its characteristic white colour. This rhodium finish which is applied to white gold wears away with time, use and contact. We suggest taking the piece to our store periodically so that its rhodium finish can be applied again. This way, your white gold jewelry will always looks like new.

KEEP AWAY FROM WATER It is not a good idea to get jewellery with interlaced filament leather or fur wet. In addition, we do not suggest cleaning them with soap and water and it would be much better to have it cleaned by professionals.

ELECTROFORMING. INTELLIGENT GOLD This state of the art method for the fabrication of jewellery results in large pieces of extraordinary quality, which do not feature any soldering. Precisely because of its size and its very smooth surface, it is very important to protect the jewellery against any accidental blows or mishandling.

KKJPL is a pioneer in this advanced technology and so as a result of its innovative processes, we advise our customers not to have these pieces repaired outside of our shops.

MAINTENANCE We suggest having regular inspections made of the gem settings of your jewellery, especially rings and bracelets, as well as re-stringing the strands of your pearl necklaces. We have a special maintenance service set up at KKJPL in order to assure that your jewellery is always in perfect condition.

AVOID SELF-REPAIR Jewellery should never be forced, twisted, snapped or tightened. If you want to make any adjustments or changes, take it to KKJPL and our experts will make whatever adjustments may be necessary at our stores

Karan Kothari Jewellers Pvt Ltd (KKJPL) offers the best jewellery buying experience possible. We are constantly searching for individuals to join our team. Talented sales consultants or store managers who can align themselves with our classical, elegant and sophisticated culture are invited to send their CV's.

We are looking for people who

  • Have exceptionally good Communication Skills
  • Give outstanding customer service
  • Enthusiastic and Positive
  • Have a mature outlook towards the job.
  • Self motivated and displays a high level of dedication and perseverance

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