Rising demand for men’s jewellery in Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan’s men’s jewellery market is opening up business opportunities for the gemstone and jewellery industry. According to Caspionet, demand is up for men’s timepieces and accessories, even eclipsing sales of traditional items such as rings, thick chains and crosses.

“Men’s wristwatches are the best-selling items. We [also have a lot of women customers] who visit us ahead of February 23 [Men’s Day in Russia] to purchase presents for their boyfriends and husbands. They also purchase cuff links. Wedding rings made of yellow and pink gold are in great demand as well,” Aizhan Orazaliyeva, a manager at the French House Chain of Stores, was quoted as saying.Read more
Courtesy : www.jewellerynewsasia.com

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