Amila Gold House, a leader in the manufacture and sale of fine jewellery in the Southern Province with a proud history of more than 25 years, was awarded the Silver Award in the Arts and Crafts category at the Small and Medium Enterprise Development Awards (SMEDA) organised by the Sri Lanka Institute of Marketing (SLIM). The award was received by Amila Gold House Chairman, Amila Indunil de Silva at the award ceremony recently held at the Grand Monarch Imperial Hotel in Colombo. He has been honoured with many local and international awards including the Best Entrepreneur of the Southern Province. It was Amila Gold House that was the first jewellery business to secure International Standards Organisation (ISO) 9001-2015 quality certifications in 2019.
“Trust and quality factors are very important for a jewellery business to achieve success. Our company is always a few steps ahead by using state-of-the-art machines to provide customers with high quality gold jewellery with exquisite finish and modern designs with lifetime warranty. I must be grateful to all our esteemed customers and staff members who immensely contributed to this success.” said de Silva. In addition to the production of 22-carat gold jewellery in a range of designs, Amila Old House offers many services such as gold quality testing, gold plating of jewellery, engraving of gold jewellery and designing spectacle frames. Amila Gold House main branch is located at No. 117, Wakwella Road, Galle and the other branches at Colombo Road, Kaluwella and Anagarika Dharmapala Mawatha, Matara.
CAPTION – Amila Gold House Chairman, Amila Indunil de Silva receiving the award