Legacy of a rich heritage and tradition
Brothers Rusi J. Gazdar and Dinshah J. Gazdar launch Gazdar, making it the first commercial retailer of the finest gems and jewellery to be established at the landmark Taj Mahal Hotel in Mumbai.
Austrian and Sri Lankan jewellery craftsmen are employed in our manufacturing facility, along with the Indian jewellery artisans.
Gazdar makes its debut at Sotheby’s, the world-renowned auction, serving the most discerning clientele from across the globe.
Modern jadau designs add an extra sparkle to an already distinguished collection of fine jewellery.
Gazdar displays its remarkable array of jewellery as a part of an elite fashion show held in honour of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip. The collection boasted some of India’s finest and most opulent fabrics and jewels.
Gazdar is graced by the patronage of the princely states of Jaipur, Gwalior, Baroda, Bikaner, Patiala and Hyderabad
Mr. Dinshah Gazdar, recognizing Mr. Dharmendra Gandhi’s expertise and vision, begins a joint venture with him.
Gazdar acquires exclusive jewellery from the Nizam of Hyderabad, and earns the accreditation of Evaluator for royalty and society’s most elite.
Mr. Dharmendra Gandhi takes over the reins of the company and continues the legacy of creating timeless pieces of art.
Gazdar jewellery earns the honour of being displayed at Christie’s, the world’s first fine auctioneer, where its magnificent jewels, especially the emerald and diamond clip brooch became the subject of great admiration.
Gazdar returns to Sotheby’s with another stunning collection, of which the most distinctive was the diamond and sapphire bracelet mounted in gold and platinum.
The legacy of Gazdar continues to be applauded at Christie’s with the timeless elegance of a ruby and diamond necklace set to perfection.
A brooch with an oval sapphire surrounded by brilliant-cut diamonds weighing 40 carats and created by Gazdar is the highlight of this year’s auction at Christie’s.