Top brands for Dubai Jewellery Week
Dubai, December 2, 2007
Some of the biggest names in the industry will be taking part in Jewellery Collections Dubai.
The Jewellery Collections Dubai is a part of the new three-show format of Dubai International Jewellery Week to be held from December 11 to 15 at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Al Masaood Jewellery, Amwaj, Damas, Dhamani, Euro Pearls, Forever, Jovial, Mahalatti, Pure Gold, Rosy Blue, Samra, Su-Raj, Taka and Thamina are some of the top names that will be showcasing their products at the event.
“Coinciding the show dates with this time of the year adds an extra sparkle to the show, with Eid Al Adha and Christmas round the corner,” said exhibitions general manager of Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC), the show’s organisers, Trixee Loh.
If you’re looking for that perfect Eid, wedding or engagement gift, a unique present or a gift for someone you love, the variety on offer at Jewellery Collections Dubai will be hard to match.
From exotic Tahitian pearls that offset a gown to elegant pear shaped diamonds that add sparkle to your evening wear or a pendant which symbolise the journey of love, there is something for everyone at Jewellery Collections Dubai, said Loh.
With many exhibitors saving the best for last and unveiling their never-before-seen creations at the show, visitors have the chance to get their hands on these masterpieces before anyone else.
“We, along with our retail partner Pure Gold, will be unveiling the Omri “Journey of Love’ pendant at the show, as we feel the timing and setting is perfect for such an exclusive product. It captures the mood of the season, and it will definitely appeal to people of all age groups,” said chairman of Rosy Blue Harshad Mehta.
Visitors to the show can also get a taste of the world, at the stunning national pavilions from Hong Kong, India, Italy, Korea, Pakistan, Thailand and Turkey.
The show will also feature some eternal pieces that will stand the test of time. The choice is eclectic for someone looking to purchase a piece of jewellery as an investment or a family heirloom that changes hands through generations. – TradeArabia News Service