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Pure Gold Jewellers registers 20% growth

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Jewellery retailer has reported an increase of 20 per cent in first quarter revenue in 2012 compared to the corresponding period last year. Of the revenue increase, approximately 28 per cent was due to higher volume sales in diamond jewellery and around 19 per cent is attributed to gold jewellery sales, a company statement said.

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Pure Gold Jewellers registers 20% growth

Jewellery retailer Pure Gold Jewellers has reported an increase of 20 per cent in first quarter revenue in 2012 compared to the corresponding period last year. Of the revenue increase, approximately 28 per cent was due to higher volume sales in diamond jewellery and around 19 per cent is attributed to gold jewellery sales, a company statement said.

Jewellery retailer Pure Gold Jewellers has reported an increase of 20 per cent in first quarter revenue in 2012 compared to the corresponding period last year. Of the revenue increase, approximately 28 per cent was due to higher volume sales in diamond jewellery and around 19 per cent is attributed to gold jewellery sales, a company statement said.

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