New Zealand’s oldest and largest jewellery chain, Kushal, has come under fire for a new ‘Kushal Forever’ line of jewelry.
The company is one of the biggest and most prestigious brands in the country, and has long been known for their high-end handbags and jewellery.
It’s not clear how long the brand will remain on the shelves, however.
In the UK, the new line of Kushal Forever items has been available since February but only now are it available in the US and Canada.
Kushel Forever is meant to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the company’s creation, which was founded in the 19th century by an Indian immigrant named Shivaji Kushal.
The Kushal brand was started by Shivaji’s widow Shri Prashant Kaur, who was a widow of the founder, as a way to give her husband’s legacy a new meaning.
Although it’s not quite as popular as the ‘Kathleen’ line, Kushlhas are still considered a key part of Indian culture and tradition.
The brand’s name is based on the word ‘Khash’, which means to love or be loved.
The new line is called Kushlendur and features a ‘Kumara’ handbag with a rose design, with a diamond clasp, a sapphire crystal inlaid in the fabric and a rose on the front.
There are also five different shades of the Kushlender handbag, each made with different designs and materials.
Kushlendurs are available in three colours: white, green and purple.
However, the brand’s website says that the Kushland Forever line is limited to only 100 pieces.
Customers who have ordered a Kushlendeur or Kushlenders can return them for a full refund, the company said.
While the company has not said if they plan to sell the Kushlon Forever line, the Kushal website also says it will not offer the new Kushlends in stores.
Customers will be able to find the Kushelendur in shops nationwide starting today, and will be asked to return the items within a week.
A spokesperson for Kushal said they are “not able to confirm or deny whether or not we will be selling Kushlendedurs in stores.”
The spokesperson said the Kushlis are not a limited-edition line, but they are being discontinued and “are not available in stores”.
Kushalgur has been on sale in stores in India for several months now, and a spokesperson for the company told The Times of India the company is “aware of the controversy surrounding this item.”
The company said they were “committed to maintaining the high standards of integrity, integrity and integrity in all our product and have worked hard to make this product available in our stores.”
Customers in India can still purchase Kushlending from the company online or through their retail outlets, and there is a website for Kushlentur customers.