OUR intention of giving customers a whole new shopping experience and increasing the choice of designs, styles and trends in jewellery with both traditional and contemporary tastes within an elegant ambience and quality service.

    Shopping at RR gold palace is an experience in itself according to the cutomers because of the nice ambience of the showrooms and quality of the products is again something their customers swear by showcasing BIS certified ,916 hallmarked gold ,assuring the people the quality of products. The group prides itself on being able to deliver the maximum variety of designs according to the latest trends in national market. Managing Director and the Top management of RR gold palace group believes their showrooms will surely rise expectations providing a never -before experience to BANGALOORIANS!.

    Gold is among the most loved and precious metal in the world. Men and women around the globe are passionate about gold and gold jewellery. They love to wear gold in any form, be it a ring, pendant, chain, earrings, bracelets, watches or accessories.

    How to Care for Gold

    • Avoid harsh chemicals such as chlorine and cleaning fluids on the gold jewellery because the chlorine can cause serious damage to the metal.
    • Remove all jewellery before taking a shower or cleaning. Soap can cause a film to form on jewellery making it dull.
    • Apply your make-up, hair spray and perfume before your jewellery - the chemicals in them will damage the finish of the metal and the stones. In other words, put the jewellery on last.
    • When not wearing jewellery, store it in soft cloth pouches, soft cloth wraps and plastic zip lock bags.
    • Make sure your jewellery is dry when you put it away, because moisture can cause springs and clasps to weaken over time.
    • Don’t leave colored gems, pearls or Swarovski crystals exposed to sunlight for extended periods as they will fade.

    How to Clean Gold

    • Liquid jewellery cleaner solutions are available in market. Buy any branded one and clean according to the instruction given.


    Finding your perfect piece of diamond jewelry is an exhilarating and unique experience. As with any significant purchase, it is important that you make an educated decision. Cut and crafted with utmost care, RR GOLD PALACE come with a certificate of authenticity, stating the caratage, colour and clarity of the stone, to enable you to know exactly what you are paying for. No gemstone expresses human emotions more powerfully than a diamond and RR GOLD transforms these precious stones into breathtaking masterpieces, each unique and splendid in design. When it comes to diamonds at RR GOLD you will be spoilt for choice from many collections we have to offer.

    Cut, Color, Carat & Clarity are the 4Cs used throughout the world to classify the rarity of diamonds. Diamonds with the combination of the highest 4Cs ratings are rarer, and consequently more expensive. Light is the element that ignites a diamond's brilliance and fire. Its interplay with each of the 4Cs will help explain why one diamond can appear more beautiful than another. The good news is that you don't need to buy the rarest diamond to find one whose beauty speaks to you.

    How to care Diamond Jewellery

    • When you are not wearing diamonds and precious jewellery, they should be properly stored in a jewellery box.
    • Don't jumble your diamond pieces in jewellery case, because diamonds can scratch your other pieces of jewellery, or even scratch each other.
    • Don't wear it when you are doing rough work. Even though a diamond is the hardest substance on Earth, if hit at the perfect cleavage angle with enough force, it will chip or crack.
    • Avoid harsh chemicals such as chlorine and cleaning fluids on the diamond jewellery because the chlorine can cause serious damage to them.
    • Remove your jewellery when doing hard chores. If you have to work on heavy chores like lifting, cleaning and washing, do not wear your diamond jewellery.
    • Buy a jewellery cleaning solution for cleaning your platinum jewellery.


    • Apply perfume, hair spray, and other cosmetics before putting on your pearls. In this way, you can minimize the amount of these products that come in contact with the pearls.
    • Store your pearl jewellery separately, away from hard jewellery items, to prevent scratches or other damage.
    • Never store pearls in a plastic bag. Some types of plastics emit a chemical that can cause the surface of the pearls to deteriorate.
    • Professional cleaning is recommended.


    • Store pieces separately, in a jewellery box or a bag so they don’t get scratched by other items
    • Remove your platinum jewellery while undertaking heavy work.
    • Buy a jewellery cleaning solution for cleaning your platinum jewellery.
    • It is also advisable not to handle bleach or harsh chemicals while wearing your jewellery as it may discolor diamonds or gemstones.


    With proper care your silver will stay as beautiful and precious as the day you received it and will become a precious heirloom that can be enjoyed by generations. There is very little that can be done to damage silver that a good silversmith cannot repair. Scratches and marks can be buffed out, old and heirlooms pieces can/should be repaired by hand - a qualified silversmith should be consulted and will be able to restore most damaged silver and can even replace knive blades.
    Place individual pieces of silver inside polyethylene plastic bags, then seal the bags. Wrap each piece with non-buffered tissue paper or soft, anti-tarnish tissue to guard against humidity and prevent contact with materials from the storage bag to the silver.

    Use a phosphate-free detergent to clean silver after use, then gently washed and dried immediately, will require seldom tarnish removal. When polishing or drying always use a clean, soft cotton cloth. Certain items may require a clean soft cotton ball Rub the object in a straight, back-and-forth manner so to maintain a uniform appearance. Avoid Dishwashers: we recommend that you DO NOT put your silver in a dishwasher - dishwashers will often turn silver an odd color.



    • January - Garnet
    • February - Amethyst
    • March - Aquamarine
    • April - Diamond
    • May - Emerald
    • June - Pearl
    • July - Ruby
    • August - Peridot
    • September - Sapphire
    • October - Opal Tourmaline
    • November - Citrine
    • December - Zircon & Tourquoise

    Mans desire to possess gemstones is as old as history itself. One of the fascinations is the belief that a special stone is dedicated to each month of the year and was endowed with a particular virtue for those born in that month. Since ancient times, colored gemstones have been thought to possess certain mystical powers or the ability to endow the wearer with certain attributes.
    Because of these magical powers, they were extensively used as lucky charms and, as predictors of the future or as therapeutic aids