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Tribhovandas Bhimji Zaveri Limited

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Tribhovandas Bhimji Zaveri Limited

  • Around 41 retail stores in India
  • Presence in 29 cities in India
  • Total consolidated income from operations reached Rs. 1,810.05 crore (US$ 256.78 million) in FY20
  • Net profit increased by 2692.31% to Rs. 14.52 crore (US$ 1.97 million) for the quarter ended September 2020.
  • First jeweller to offer buy back guarantee

Tribhovandas Bhimji Zaveri Limited is engaged in the manufacturing/trading and selling of jewellery. The company offers a range of products including pendants, earrings, waist belts, watches, necklaces, bracelets, rings, and bangles. It offers products in categories including diamond and gold. It offers design for a range of cultural requirements including traditional Indian, western, and indo-western. The company offers festival and wedding jewellery, everyday wear jewellery and contemporary jewellery. Its collections include surprise collection, necklace collection and showstoppers collection. It operates approximately 41 stores in over 29 cities across the country. It has manufacturing units for diamond-studded jewellery at Kandivali, Mumbai.

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Tribhovandas Bhimji Zaveri Limited

2018 Opened 38th store at Noida, Uttar Pradesh on 18th August 2018
2016 Tribhovandas Bhimji Zaveri announced opening of its second franchisee store
2013 Tribhovandas Bhimji Zaveri Limited honoured with the prestigious Maharashtra Chamber of Commerce, Industry & Agriculture (MACCIA) Award 2013 for Excellence in Entrepreneurship in Gems & Jewellery category
2010 Corporate office established at Mumbai.
2007 Converted from the business from a partnership firm to a private limited company.
2001 Opened second showroom at Hyderabad.
1995 First jewellery house to launch light weight jewellery.
1949 The company was carried on as a partnership between Tribhovandas Bhimji Zaveri and others and the first partnership deed was entered into on January 3, 1949.


Gems and Jewellery
Gem and Jewellery Export Promotion Council has proposed a reduction in import duty on cut and polished diamonds to 2.5% from the existing 7.5% to double exports of gems & jewellery to US$ 70 billion by 2025.