Alfardan Jewellery set to offer more choices for women
February 23 2017 11:12 PM
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A model displaying a range of items from Alfardan Jewellery.

Alfardan Jewellery, one of the main participants at the ongoing Doha Jewellery and Watches Exhibition (DJWE) at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Centre, has several regional and global brands in its pavilion. 
Alfardan Jewellery were the pioneers of the DJWE as it had held independent shows between 1977 and 2002 in Doha, the company said yesterday. 
On show are exclusive collections from more than 63 international brands including Chopard, Christian Dior, Piaget, Vacheron Constantin, Faberge, deGrisogon, Adamas Milano, Antoine Hakim, Chaumet, Corum, Girard Perregaux/JR, Khalil Al Sayegh and many more.
Among the existing Alfardan repertoire of the Vacheron Constantin luxury collections, the jewellery has displayed the brand’s latest watch creation, the world’s most sophisticated watch featuring 23 different complications brought exclusively to the exhibition.
Vacheron Constantin’s area sales manager (Middle East), Ziad al-Rifai, said that “in a bold move, Vacheron Constantin unveiled its most complicated wristwatch to date to the Qatari market with the Les Cabinotiers Celestia Astronomical Grand Complication 3600 that took around 10 years in the making and the work of a single master watchmaker.
Under the leadership of Dana Alfardan, who was recently appointed vice-president, the jewellery house is set to enjoy a bold and new look with inspirational campaigns and offers for the country’s women. 
The group has also announced the arrival of many new timepieces of the world’s finest jewellery brands soon in Doha.
Furthermore, Alfardan Jewellery features exclusive pieces by Noudar, courtesy of designer Noor Alfardan, an award-winning Qatari designer who sells her inspiring jewellery only at Alfardan jewellery showrooms in Doha.





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