Jewellery & Gold Loan for Indian Expats & Foreign Workers

Getting the best jewellery for the best wedding and special occasion

What is a jewellery and gold loan?

A jewellery and gold loan is a loan that helps you bring home the necklaces, bangles, bracelets and rings of your dreams. Jewellery is without a doubt one of the most beautiful and expensive items in the world. Each necklace can be beautiful and alluring, tempting one to buy them home despite their huge price tag. The jewellery and gold loan is a form of financial support that helps you get the jewellery you want for events such as a wedding, for any occasion such as Deepavali or simply because you truly want to take the piece of jewellery home.

Deepavali, weddings, birthdays and religious occasions

These huge events may require one to wear more jewellery because of the significance and importance.

For example, weddings only occur once in most people’s lives so it is natural to want to look their best. It is only right to wear the most beautiful necklaces and hang the elegant gold bangles on their wrists for the big day. There may also be uses of jewellery in various religions or activities as well. Certain pieces of jewellery such as rings, chains, bracelets and bangles are used to symbolize different things and events in various religions. Deepavali, the hindu festival of lights is one of the biggest festivals celebrated in the northern hemisphere every autumn. Such a celebration may require one to dress up to their best with the most beautiful saris, neatly tailored sherwanis with the best jewellery. Such celebratory events may require one to don on their best outfits with gorgeous accessories.

What kind of jewellery can be bought with this loan?

6 Reasons why people love to purchase jewellery

Jewellery as a form of status symbol

Most of us are aware that expensive jewellery is a symbol of wealth. Only the rich and wealthy can afford beautiful gold and diamonds. There is no doubt that if you don on gold chains, watches, gemstones, rings, diamonds, that you are rich. Hence, many people often purchase jewellery to show their standing as rich people in the society.

Jewellery as a form of investment

For some people, jewellery is not only an exquisite accessory, they are also a form of investments. Gold, gemstones, diamonds are all valuable pieces that can bring in wealth in the future. For example, with the price of gold rising over the years, an individual who purchased gold jewellery 20 years ago can sell them at a much higher price today, earning profits. Gold and jewellery investments have also become more popular over the years.

Belief that jewellery helps to attract fortune and better health

Gemstones such as emeralds are believed to attract wealth. Sapphire gemstones are said to eliminate negative thoughts. Even the rich are attracted to such stones and jewellery that the famous luxury jeweler Van Cleef & Arpels took several years to produce a perfect Ruby Secret Watch.

Religious use of jewellery

In many religions, pieces of jewellery such as crosses, rings, bracelet, bangles and more are used to symbolize different things and events.

Jewellery as lovely gifts

Jewellery are also a popular form of gifts in Singapore. Many people would feel happy to receive such presents and it is known that gifting a person with a piece of jewellery is a way of showing your appreciation for him or her.

Jewellery in relationships

No matter the race or religion, most couples use wedding rings to depict commitment in their relationship.

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