New Launch – My Envy Box Designer Jewelery Box

After the success of their luxury beauty boxes, My Envy Box is now introducing elegant Jewellery Subscription Boxes. My Envy Box Designer Jewellery Boxes contain various combinations of jewelry – from the earrings-necklace-ring to the Indian beauty arsenal of brooch-hand harness-nose pin. A Delhi-based multi-brand jewellery store Nimai, would be creating the jewellery for My Envy Box. Similar to the beauty boxes, the jewellery subscription box includes 2-3 curated items of designer jewelry typically worth well over twice the cost of the box.

My Envy Box Designer Jewelery Box

My Envy Box Designer Jewelery Box Key Points:

  • Every month you will get a surprise box of 2-3 curated items of designer jewelry typically worth Rs.7,000 and much more.
  • Jewelry curated by their partners at NIMAI.
  • The box includes Semi-Precious and Fashion Jewelry from established and up & coming Indian Designers.
  • The box contains a range of jewellery – earrings, rings, necklaces, bracelets and more.
  • 1% of revenue from My Envy Jewelry Box donated to NGOs.
  • The price of the My Envy Box Designer Jewelery Box is Rs.2,450 for 1 month, Rs.7,050 for 3 months and Rs.13,800 for 6 months.
  • Click here to book your My Envy Box Designer Jewelery Box.

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Brand Claims: The boxes feature a curated mix of two or three items of jewellery. We work closely with participating designers to select specific pieces, keeping in mind trends, festivals, and special occasions.

  • Get a surprise box of 2-3 curated items of designer jewelry typically worth INR 7,000 and much more!
  • Discover 2-3 pieces of jewelry from established and up & coming Indian Jewelry Designers.
  • Make the ultimate style statement with your monthly fix of hand-picked designer jewelry by our team of experts.

In the next phase we will also introduce special edition boxes curated to suit specific requirements such as wedding, travel, beach, minimal-must haves, corporate-look, parties, and so forth.
An added incentive for purchasers is the plan to donate 1% of revenues from the jewelry box to NGOs working with local artisans.

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