Chandigarh, July 4, 2020-There is some good news for tricity amid the COVID 19 pandemic. Twenty-Eight-Year Old Ms. Pavit Gujral an upcoming jewellery designer from Chandigarh has created history for India by becoming the first Indian jewellery designer to win an award at the recently held prestigious Saul Bell Design Awards (SBDA) 2020 at Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA. It is noteworthy that SBDA has come to be known as the Mecca for recognising and honouring jewellery design talent from across the world since the last 20 years. The awards are held every year and this year these were supported by Rio Grande one of the best jewellery supply chains in the world.

Pavit Gujral says, “I am grateful for the recognition received at the esteemed Saul Bell Design Awards. My only regret is that the gala awards event had to be cancelled due to the COVID 19 pandemic and all the awardees were announced in absentia and online. I got my award certificates by courier. It was a set-back as I and my family had made all plans to attend the event.”

Jewellery designer & gemmologist Pavit Gujral’s innovative designs created magic with the judges. An advanced scuba diver, both her award winning ensembles were inspired by the marine world. She was adjudged numero uno for the ‘The Dancing Fish Collection’ which comprises a necklace and matching earrings. The collection is set in 18K Gold with over 4,000 stones and is inspired by the magnificent and angelic Betta Fish, dancing in glory. The intricate detailing of the collection includes an amalgamation of Rubies and Pink Sapphires, merging into Diamonds creating a unique sombre effect. The beautiful Pear Brilliant Tanzanite depicts the deep blue ocean.

About the Designer: Gemmologist and Jewellery Designer Pavit Gujral is an alumnus of prestigious Gemmological Institute of America, New York. The designer has been working towards creating a new trend with her bold & contemporary designs in the Indian market. Her aim is to create a sense of desire for Jewellery simply for its design and uniqueness and not just as an ‘Investment’ and become the ‘Pop-star’ of the Jewellery Design industry.