Robert Wan, a global market leader for the most luxurious and beautifully-crafted Tahitian pearls, is revealing its new collection, inspired by Middle East trends and traditions at the 19th edition of Doha Jewellery and Watches Exhibition (DJWE), which opened Monday.
“The new collection, ‘Amulette’, the new timeless icon of extraordinary glamour is the perfect illustration of the delicate craftsmanship used in creating Robert Wan Fine Jewellery Collections. The Amulette collection pays tribute as well to the natural beauty of Polynesia using various pearls colours in mixed shape to highlight the beauty of the gem,” Robert Wan general manager Wafa Habbar said.
As it encircles the neck, she said “the Amulette necklace reigns over the collection like a Queen. The set also comprises a pair of 18k gold earrings and a ring. Sparkles set defines the extraordinary, the elegance and the exoticness contrasting the smoothness of the pearl with the ridges of diamond, against feminine yellow or white gold”.
For more than 40 years, the Robert Wan Group has been internationally developing its activity around the Tahitian Pearl, constantly improving the quality of these unique gems and pursuing ultimate perfection.
Habbar said Robert Wan is presenting around six collections (including the Arab World-inspired Amulette) at the DJWE Alfardan pavilion, taking place at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Centre until February 25.
About the Covid-19 pandemic challenges, she noted that the global health crisis in 2020 was challenging for all jewelers since “we don’t know what to expect, it’s hard to prevision our targets as the market is unusual.”
“It also restricted us to take risks with creating high-end pieces. However, we have survived the pandemic, still alive with our beautiful pearls and very optimistic for the future,” said Habbar.
She also lauded Qatar for successfully organising the FIFA World Cup 2022, saying “Doha hosted the World Cup perfectly and exceeded all expectations, so we believe that that market here will just get better”.
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