As the Doha Jewellery and Watches Exhibition (DJWE) gears up for its 20th edition, five top exhibitors provided a sneak peek into their collections, promising a celebration of glamour and excellence like never before.
The prestigious event, scheduled to take place within a 30,000sq m space at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Centre (DECC) from February 5-11, will witness the participation of more than 500 international brands from 10 countries.
A recent press conference set the stage for an immersive experience, showcasing statement pieces from Alfardan Jewellery, Al Majed Jewellery, Fifty One East, Al Muftah Jewellery, and Bvlgari in an interactive digital exhibition.
Tiffany & Co takes the spotlight with the unveiling of their new “Bird on a Pearl” collection, a collaboration that unites the world’s rarest pearls with the artistry of Jean Schlumberger.
The suite, adorned with authentic saltwater pearls from the Gulf region, will debut at the Alfardan pavilion, featuring pieces obtained from the personal collection of Hussein Alfardan.
Some of the standout pieces that will be displayed at Alfardan pavilion include a vintage Vacheron Constantin Overseas silver dial chronograph men’s watch, a vintage Breguet 3700 Marine Hora Mundi Yellow Gold, a pearl necklace from AlTawash vintage collection, and a vintage Gub-Gub headpiece made of gold, diamonds, rubies, and emeralds.
Al Muftah Jewellery presents a vintage gold and diamond jewellery set, blending timeless elegance with sophistication, which reflects craftsmanship and design aesthetics of a bygone era.
The versatile set is designed for various occasions, promising enduring allure and style.
Al Muftah is also presenting Sarcar timepieces, which bring exclusivity to a new level with “The Exceptional” collection, featuring limited-edition timepieces and unique pieces of art.
“The Twist”, a progressive masterpiece, fuses traditional and futuristic gem-setting techniques, anchored by a floating one-carat brilliant-cut diamond – a world-first achieved through advanced micro-engineering.
Bvlgari is set to grace the exhibition with an extraordinary Imperial Spinel necklace, showcasing a rare 131.21-carat spinel from Tajikistan.
This one-of-its-kind piece, requiring 1,400 hours to create, features a combination of pink-fuchsia shades with green emerald beads, true to Bulgari's trademark style.
Al Majed Jewellery unveils an antique sapphire, diamond, and natural pearl tiara, a piece of art dating back to 1890.
The tiara, signed by G Confalonieri, Milano Roma, is enhanced by 11 drop-shaped Qatari natural pearls by Mohamed Almajed of Al Majed Jewellery.
Fifty One East and Rolex, with a relationship dating back to 1951, presents Rolex watches from Fifty One East’s Private Collection.
The watches exemplify the pinnacle of horological craftsmanship, underscoring the enduring connection between these iconic brands.
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