WEDDINGS


Weddings at Aandkoor
Looking to make that special day truly special yet slightly different? Betty’ Bay is the perfect area to get married, with a beautiful beach and botanical garden right at hand nothing could make your dream wedding more picturesque.

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  1. Alfonso hello my name is Alfonso. i would like some info on a package. i have about 10 to 15 i would like to be there for our wddnieg. please email me back with a package deal.

  2. When the Rashiwala brothers arrived at Singapore in 1925, they started a minimal company, C. Rashiwala Bros, trading raw gems with local merchants and providing jewellery to prosperous local residents. They commenced what’s now among the region’s most esteemed vendor involving semi-precious gems and jewelry, additionally C. Rashiwala Bros is South East Asia’s most well-known and most reliable representatives of Swarovski goods. This company carried on until 1942 when WW2 broke out. The Rahiwala great grand-uncle returned to India along with grand-son as well as rest of the family members. The grandfather stayed behind in Singapore to protect and look after the store. Daily life was harsh during the Japanese occupation. In the old times of the occupation, he hid inside the nearby forest throughout the day, coming out only at night time to look for food. At that time, the store was looted, fired on & once partially set alight by a marauding mafia. Penniless with whatever he could salvage from the flame, he spread-out a small canvas at the shop and placed the restored fabrics to trade. He was not able to move back immediately into the store as he was unable to pay for the $170 month-to-month local rental and for maintenance to the impaired store. A few months later, he moved back again in to the store. Following the struggle and also the drawback of Japanese military in 1945, the shop was renovated with teak cabinetry and exhibit cabinets. The third generation Rashiwala also came back a couple of years later to carry on his studies in Singapore. The current owner joined his father in the market in 1956. By then, they had released trimmings as well as some haberdashery products including sequins, beads, and many others. In 1967, Kantilal Gamanlal Rashiwala; had written to M/s Swarovski and successfully grew to become their first supplier in S. E. Asia. In 1978, at 16 years old, The fourth generation Rashiwala operate the store from their own building at 100 Arab Street which they moved in to in 2004. They have integrated a fair-bit from the old post-war teak wood furnishings from their previously rented shop.

  3. When the Rashiwala brothers arrived in Singapore in 1925, they began a small business, C. Rashiwala Bros, trading raw gems with local sellers and selling jewelry to rich local colonists. They began what’s now among the many region’s most exclusive company involving semi-precious stones and jewelry, additionally C. Rashiwala Bros is South East Asia’s oldest and most reputable marketers of Swarovski merchandise. This company carried on till 1942 when WW2 started. The Rahiwala great grand-uncle returned to India along with grand-son plus the rest of the family. The grandfather remained behind in Singapore to guard and look after the shop. Daily life was harsh through the Japanese occupation. In the beginning of the occupation, he hid within the nearby forest throughout the daytime, coming out only at night time to forage for foodstuff. At that time, the store was looted, fired on & once partially set alight by a marauding mob. Broke and with what ever he could salvage from the fire, he spread-out a small canvas at the store and placed the recovered fabrics to trade. He was unable to return immediately into the store as he was unable to pay for the $170 regular monthly rental as well as for maintenance for the impaired shop. A few weeks after, he shifted back again in to the store. After the war and the drawback of Japanese troops in 1945, the shop was refurbished with teak drawers and display cabinets. The 3rd generation Rashiwala also returned several years later to carry on his studies in Singapore. The current owner joined his dad in the business in 1956. At that time, they had released trimmings together with some haberdashery products such as sequins, beads, and so forth. In 1967, Kantilal Gamanlal Rashiwala; wrote to M/s Swarovski and successfully became their first provider in S. E. Asia. In 1978, at 16 yrs old, The fourth generation Rashiwala run the store from their own property at 100 Arab Street that they moved in to in 2004. They’ve included a fair-bit of the old post-war teak wood home furniture from their previously leased shop.

  4. When the Rashiwala brothers arrived at Singapore in 1925, they launched a small company, C. Rashiwala Bros, trading raw jewels with native suppliers and providing jewellery to wealthy local settlers. They started what’s now one of the region’s most renowned dealer of semi-precious gemstones and jewelry, additionally C. Rashiwala Bros is South East Asia’s earliest and most trusted distributors of Swarovski items. This company persisted till 1942 when WW2 broke out. The Rahiwala great grand-uncle returned to India along with his grand-son plus the rest of the family. The grandfather remained behind in Singapore to guard and look after the shop. Daily life was hard during the Japanese occupation. In the early days of the occupation, he hid in the nearby jungle through the day time, coming out only at nights to look for food. During those times, the store was looted, fired on & once partly set alight by a marauding mafia. Broke and with whatever he could salvage from the flames, he spread-out a small canvas in front of the store and placed the salvaged materials to trade. He was not able to return immediately into the shop because he was unable to pay for the $170 regular monthly leasing and for repairs to the ruined shop. A several weeks after, he moved back again into the actual shop. Following the war and also the withdrawal of Japanese military in 1945, the store was refurbished with teak drawers and display cabinets. The third generation Rashiwala also returned many years later to carry on his studies in Singapore. The current owner joined his father in the industry in 1956. By then, they had released trimmings in addition to some haberdashery items such as sequins, beads, etcetera. In 1967, Kantilal Gamanlal Rashiwala; had written to M/s Swarovski and successfully became their first representative in S. E. Asia. In 1978, at 16 yrs . old, The fourth generation Rashiwala operate the store from their own premises at 100 Arab Street that they moved in to in 2004. They’ve integrated a fair-bit from the old post-war teak wood household furniture from their previously rented store.

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