More than 150 jewellers and goldsmiths attended a meeting at Beit Al Tijjar in Sanabis yesterday.
They discussed issues concerning the gold business in Bahrain following the unrest.
Three proposals were submitted to Bahrain Chamber
Damas, the leading international jewellery and watch retailer in the Middle East, has launched new bridal collections combining handpicked diamonds on 18k white gold settings and select pearls.
The Damas range of bridal sets offers everyth
The Dubai Pearl Exchange (DPE), a subsidiary of Dubai Multi Commodities Centre (DMCC), hosted two major international pearl trade auctions for a total wholesale value of over $13.5 million.
The first auction, which took place recently, fea
Dubai-based Liali Jewellery is offering all Etisalat MORE members as much as 60 per cent off on all diamond, pearl and coloured stone jewellery, this festive season.
At this exclusive sale three lucky Etisalat MORE members will get 100,000
Liali Jewellery has announced a makeover program to convert old jewellery pieces into stunning new designs that can make fashion statements across the globe.
Under the offer, customers can take their old jewellery to the nearest Liali stor
Dubai’s total trade of diamond volumes reached 182 million carats in 2009, an increase of 22 per cent over 2008, said the Dubai Diamond Exchange (DDE), a subsidiary of Dubai Multi Commodities Centre Authority (DMCCA).
According to figures
Damas, the reputed jewellery and watch retailer in the Middle East, is showcasing Farasha’s new festive pieces for the season.
As one of its most popular and best selling collections, Farasha is immediately discernible by its rich combinat
Dhamani Jewels is opening its new flagship store in the iconic Dubai Mall.
“The collection of jewels will include fine gems; rare, natural coloured diamonds and an exceptionally large collection of white diamonds,” stated Amit Dhamani
Coloured stones will account for 26 per cent of total jewellery sales in Dubai by 2011, according to the Dubai Gems Club (DGC), a subsidiary of the Dubai Multi Commodities Centre (DMCC).
The coloured stones market is set to expand, f
The ICA International Gem Show Dubai 2008 opened today bringing together over 100 exhibitors from the coloured stones industry from more than 20 countries.
Held for the first time in the Middle East, this three-day exhibition held under th