Renowned all around the world for its eccentric designs and impeccable quality, Savio is nowhere behind when it comes to achieving awards and recognitions.
It was a matter of immense pride that on June 21, 2017 the leading jewellery brand’s three generations were invited and honored by President of India Shri Pranab Mukherjee, at Rashtrapati Bhawan, New Delhi.
The Sand family of Savio was invited to receive appreciation of their work in the field of Diamond Jewellery industry and making India proud for the unique ‘Peacock Ring’ a Guinness Record Holder for holding maximum number of diamonds. The President appreciated on selecting the ring design as national bird-“peacock”.
For Savio Jewellery, it indeed was a memorable day to have explored the massive historical architectural president ‘s house which was spread out in 320 acres of area with extravagant meeting rooms, library having a collection of 30,000 rarest books, royal darbars, ball rooms, Padam Shree oath hall, sculptures and portrait of all the Presidents of India ,museums, antiquities,scientific innovation research centres, grand drawing rooms, Mughal garden and significant views of India gate. The journey not just mesmerised each one of us but every moment spent with Hon’ble President will be cherished forever.
Shri. Pranab Mukherjee showed extreme happiness and extended words of congratulations and express his gratitude that Savio has brought for India.
For future he wished the company to progress and take India on higher levels of achievements. The respect received from the President House is like a life time achievement for Savio Jewellery that will lead us to the path of commitment, dedication and to continue to work for the glory of our nation.
About Savio- Hailing from the beautiful city of jewels – Jaipur, Savio Jewellery was founded in 2006. Steered by Ashish Sand and Abhishek Sand, receiving the rich legacy from its parent company, headed by Shri. Narendra Kumarji Sand and Shri Rajendra Kumarji Sand, Savio are the eminent leaders of colored gemstones, for the past 50 years in India.