American jewellery house David Webb, which is participating in the Doha Jewellery and Watches Exhibition (DJWE) for the fifth year running, has showcased an array of rich collections at their standalone boutique at Doha Exhibition and Convention Center.
One of the highlights is the debut of an exquisite bracelet from their Cross River collections. The latest creation features pear and marquise-cut diamonds (37 carats) and cabochon emeralds (34 carats), iconic of David Webb design, set in platinum.
The design of the Cross River bracelet was originally created by David Webb in the mid-60s but the DJWE will mark the first time the bracelet has been realised by the David Webb master artisans in its New York City atelier.
The jeweller will also present its new Motif Collections for the first time in the region. Originally conceived by David Webb in the 70s, the Motif Collections are a continuation of the company’s singular voice and dynamic sense of optimism. Through the use of line and form, David Webb created a distinct vernacular in the 1970s modernising art deco motifs. With Motif, the house celebrates the contemporary women through strong design.
“We are thrilled to continue to revive David Webb’s inimitable idiom,” says Mark Emmanuel, the company’s co-owner. “By bringing back the Motif Collection, we are offering something charming and light while keeping the aesthetic thumb print that has continued to make David Webb revolutionary and enticing to women across the world.”
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