Dhamani 1969 wins the Maserati Royal Charity Polo TrophyBy PressOffice | 11/06/2017
Gloucestershire, 11 June 2017. Premium, award-winning, luxury jewellery house Dhamani 1969 has supported two British charities – Fields in Trust and Child Bereavement UK – both of which have Prince William as Patron. The charities are benefitting from funds raised through the annual Maserati Royal Charity Polo Trophy at Beaufort Polo Club in Gloucestershire on June 11th 2017.
The polo match took place in front of several thousand spectators, with the Dhamani 1969 team headed by the Maharaja of Jaipur and the Maserati Polo Team including Prince William. After a tight-fought match the final result saw Dhamani 1969 take victory with a score of 7 goals to 6½.
“We are thrilled to partner with Maserati to support the work of Field in Trust and Child Bereavement UK and their important contributions to the wellbeing of the community. Since the establishment of the House of Dhamani in 1969, we have been committed to participate actively in initiatives that improve the quality of life and strengthen human bonds for good wherever we are present”, said Amit Dhamani, CEO and Managing Director of Dhamani 1969.
“This has been possible because of the passion and dedication we have to create outstanding jewellery with the rarest, most brilliant stones and perfect cuts. The art of creating beautiful jewels is even more meaningful to us if we can assist efforts of this kind, based in generosity and goodwill, that have always been essential values for our family”, added Mr. Dhamani.
He concluded that “it is exceptional to have the opportunity of supporting these two organisations while enjoying this great sport in such an illustrious company at the scenic Beaufort Polo Club.”