All that Glitters at the 26th Edition of Jewellery Arabia
Held under the patronage of His Royal Highness Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa the Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Bahrain, this spectacular annual event brings together over 600 exhibitors from 30 countries for a dazzling 5-day gala of glitz and glamour. Spanning 21,000 square metres of exhibition space, a huge range of finished jewellery, luxury timepieces, precious stones, objets d’art, clocks, fine writing instruments and more from around the globe go on sale.
“Last year, we welcomed over 49,000 visitors from 43 countries. In 2017 visitors can look forward to the latest collections, creations and innovations at this trendsetting exhibition and the unique opportunity to purchase from the widest selection of jewellery and watches in the region,” said UBM AEM’s Director of Sales and Marketing, Fawzi Al Shehabi.
World famous watch and jewellery houses will be making a return appearance at the 26th edition of the exhibition, including major brand names. Many of these high profile international exhibitors will use the event as a platform to introduce exclusive collections and limited edition pieces to the Middle East collectors’ market.
Complementing these iconic brands are national groups from leading jewellery export countries. They include large returning delegations of the finest retailers, designers and manufacturers from Hong Kong, India, Singapore and Thailand. Collectively, these groups reflect the very best manufacturing capabilities, design expertise and gemological resources that their respective countries have to offer.
Joining international brands and national groups are a host of designers, retailers and manufacturers from all over the world, including a selection of Bahrain’s leading jewellers.
To assist visitors with making informed buying choices, the world’s foremost authority on gemology the GIA (Gemmological Institute of America) will be offering visitors complimentary seminars on gems and jewellery.
Jewellery Arabia 2018 is open free of charge to the public. The exhibition will open from 4 pm to 10 pm on 21 to 24 November, and from 12 pm to 10 pm on 25 November.