Chain jewelry stores Minolita

Chain jewelry stores Minolita

Minsk, Dzerzhinskogo Ave., 119-856

Jewerely store

Working hours: Mon-Sun: 10.00 - 20.00

Minolita is a Belarusian manufacturer of author's jewelry made of silver and natural stones.

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We create jewelry for creative people who want to stand out from the crowd and emphasize their style. 

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In the Minolita shop you can buy jewelry made from 925 sterling silver for women and men: bracelets, rings, earrings, necklaces and pendants. 

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We offer our customers a large selection of handmade jewelry and bijouterie made from natural stones such as: corals, pearls, amethyst, aquamarine, lapis lazuli, tiger eye, agate, serpentine, aventurine, amber, turquoise, jasper, jade, hematite, moonstone, quartz and others.

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If you like to create beauty with your own hands, here you will find a variety of natural stone beads and accessories for jewelry. 

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Addresses of our stores:

1. Jewelry shop "Minolita" at the metro station "Malinovka" (the entrance to the arch)

Address: Dzerzhinskogo 119-856

Opening hours: Mon-Sun 10.00 - 20.00 (without weekends and holidays)

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2. Shopping center "Stolica", the average level (near the center circle)

Address: Nezavisimosti Avenue, 3-2

Opening hours: Mon-Sun 10.00 - 22.00 (without holidays)

Phone: +375 (29) 140 04 84 (Velcom) +375 (33) 300 68 17 (MTS) 

Email: info@minolita.by

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