Fashion innovation, master craftsmanship, pristine quality, unparalleled customer service and international recognition – all encompassing 60 year journey is truly worth a celebration. The unrivalled journey of Sri Lanka’s premier jeweller, Vogue Jewellers marking another golden milestone has been exemplary, legendary and unprecedented throughout its dazzling path and sure to see brighter times ahead.
From its very inception in 1962, its founder, the late Sarath Hemachandra strived for excellence and world class standards while preserving Sri Lankan traditions and values. Deeply committed to continually raise its own standards and unparalleled customer service, 60 years later, the third generation family-owned business continues to pioneer in diverse aspects, trend setting and most of all, making Sri Lankan laldies more beautiful and confident.
The recently held jewellery show brought by Vogue, marking its 60th anniversary was undoubtedly the most magnificient fashion show ever held in Sri Lanka. An eclectic collection with an emphasis on the stupendous Royal Majestic Collection, the third edition of Sri Lanka’s first ever patented 22 karat gold jewellery – Vogue Tusker Collection; followed by Lace Collection deriving from traditional Beeralu pillow lace craft of Southern Sri Lanka, a brand new luxurious Diamond Necklace Collection and the complete set of 22 karat Kandyan Lotus Bridal jewellery demonstrated Vogue’s innate design and craftsmanship capabilities superseding industry standards.
As Sri Lanka’s leading bridal jeweller, Vogue shares an intimate relationship with Sri Lankan brides. It’s a relationship that Vogue began when it first opened its doors six decades ago. Innovative designs, passion for beauty and lasting value won the hearts of discerning brides during Vogue’s early years. Winning the trust of brides generation after generation made Vogue a name synonymous with weddings. Showcasing Sri Lanka’s largest collection of bridal jewellery that consists of 22 karat, Diamond, Rose Gold and Platinum and an entire floor dedicated for them in the flagship showroom in Colpetty have seen Vogue brides returning to choose elegant jewellery for their daughters’ special day. Understanding the traditions and values of the multi ethnic society of Sri Lanka, investment oriented heavy set Vogue Tusker range, Diamond range for western style brides, traditional jewellery for Kandyan and Hindu brides, Eterni-3 range for versatility, light weight bridal jewellery and much more have been introduced to suit varied brides.
Vogue Jewellers, with a view of providing an unmatched standard of excellence with 22 karat solid gold coins of 916 gold standards invested in state-of-the-art international technology from Italy. As the only such manufacturing facility for the whole of South Asia, the gold coins produced by Vogue are popular as corporate and personal gifts and as an ever-appreciating investment.Every creation brought to you by Vogue Jewellers comes with a lifetime guarantee, with regard to the gold and gem stones.Multiple quality control standards are in place to put each item through a rigorous series of tests before they reach you.
Vogue is also a renowned destination for genuine gems such as Blue, Yellow and Pink Sapphires, Rubies, Emaralds and a wide range of semi precious Ceylon stones.
Vogue Jewellers is humbly proud to be ranked No. 1 in the LMD Customer Excellence Survey 2022 in the jewellery category.