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Disney star Mickey Mouse to wear Popley diamonds
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May '08
Popley Group a 500 crore rupees company has joined with Disney Consumer Products, India to launch an exquisitely designed couture line of jewellery.

This is a unique collaboration as Disney enters the fine jewellery segment for the first time with Popley Group in the country.

The jewellery is meticulously crafted to ensure best quality and is fabricated in platinum and gold with diamonds. This special collection is targeted at the age group of 25 years and above.

The jewellery comprises of neckpieces, earrings and rings where in the designs are inspired by Disney stars including Mickey and friends, Winnie the Pooh and Disney princesses.

This high-end limited edition couture line features 8 – 88 pieces across each segment. The diamonds will be certified by International Gemological Institute headquartered in Antwerp (Belgium) and the Plain Gold by the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS).

Popley Group is the only retailer who has the Distribution and Product Development License in India for Disney fine jewelry.

The brand is a combination of international expertise and retailed under the premium customer service of Popley Group.

Having won major international design recognitionts from various International councils over the last 80 years, Popley's product development expertise is a benchmark in the country.

Rajiv Popley, Director, Popley Group said "Popley has been synonymous with international brand launches for the Indian and Middle East markets.


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