rewards & recognition
"Best Advertising Campaign – Electronic Media" by Gem and Jewelry Trade Council, 2018
"India’s Most Preferred Jewelers Award -2017"
"Lokmat Excellence Award 2015" by Lokmat
"Best Radio Jingle Of The Year" by Retail Jewelry- 2014
"Outstanding Contribution To The Industry-2013" by All India Bullion and Jewelers Association, Mumbai
"Vyapar Bhushan Puraskar" by Stationary, Cutlery, and General Merchants Association, Pune 2012
"Top 100 Jewelers of India " by Art of Jewelry
"Retail Icon Award in Jewelry Category " by Times of India
"Pune Vyapari Ratna Gaurav Puraskar" by Mahatma Phule Mandai Pratishthan
"Excellent Achievement in Business and Social Puraskar"by Maharashtra Mandal London
A pure-gold Shirt designed and made by Tejpal Ranka entered the Guinness Book of World Records as the first most expensive shirt worth 1.27 crores in February 2013. 18 skilled artisans from West Bengal pieced together 14,000 gold spangles and interweaved 1 lakh rings on a specially imported white velvet cloth along with 6 Swarovski crystals as buttons. The total weight of this 42-sized shirt was 3.5 kg, including a belt weighing 325 gm. The design challenge was to make it as comfortable as any other piece of functional clothing. Thus, the golden wonder was created.
Gold Paithani Saree
Ranka Jewelers pioneered a Gold Paithani Sari. 8 Artisans used 1800 pc dye to make this sari that weighs about 1140 grams. It took 15 days to craft this elegant sari that embodies around 1.5 kgs of gold and costs 50 lakhs INR. Designed by Anil Ranka, this masterpiece was launched by Vidya Balan.
Ranka jewelers are also the proud pioneers of a fully functional Silver Bike. The first ever initiative in Pune city, to use 67 kgs of silver with a purity of 92.5% to make a Royal Enfield Bullet. A workforce of 75, breathed this bike to life in about 4 months. The bike is worth 55.5 lakhs.