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Jewellery Arabia 2021 to have 25% increase in exhibitors

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The landmark annual jewellery and watch event is set set to open next Tuesday, 16th Novemberat the Bahrain International Exhibition and Convention Centre, under the patronage of HRH Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa, Crown Prince, Deputy Supreme Commander and Prime Minister of Bahrain.

Testament to a global economic recovery, the 29th edition of the Middle East’s largest jewellery and watch fair experiences a 25% surge in new participating brands whether from the region or beyond.

Amongst brands making their entry into the Gulf market at Jewellery Arabia, the renowned Gorgoglione from Italy will be showcasing its stunning pieces at the event. Specialised in exclusive jewellery set with rare diamonds, precious stones and pearls for over 40 years, Gorgoglione is famous worldwide for its creative flair and exclusive design.Aida Bergsen from Turkey, Demicheli Jewelry from Dubai, Mariani, Misani and Luvor from Italy will also be present. Together, the six brands form the ‘Designers on the Road’ pavilion.

The much-anticipated event also sees the return of regional pillars of the industry such as Asia Jewellers. Mr. Mohammed Jaffar, Asia Jewellers Chairman, commented: “After a globally challenging year, we are simply delighted to be back at Jewellery Arabia, to present exclusive and unique designs from Asia Jewellers’ own diamonds collections and our world leading brands. We are pleased that so many of our outstanding international brands are returning to Jewellery Arabia year after year.  We are positive that this year’s edition will be well attended by jewellery lovers and watch collectors, augmenting Jewellery Arabia’s prestigious reputation as one the most important jewellery exhibitions in the region.”

Watch and accessory lovers will be dazzled by the new additions at Jewellery Arabia including meticulously handcrafted timepieces by Arnold & Son as well as glamourous jewellery watches from Beauregard, both making their first appearance at the event this year. “Jewellery Arabia is the perfect occasion to present, for the first time, the GEMMY BEAR collection. We will also be introducing the first Beauregard jewellery cuff-links collection and a new jewellery cocktail watch collection.” states Alexandre Beauregard, founder of the brand.

Following a health traffic light system since 2020, the Kingdom of Bahrain has recently declared it was entering the green level thus relaxing the country’s entry conditions as well as the requirements to hold large-scale events.Indeed, in order to attend Jewellery Arabia, visitors do not need to be vaccinated.With the aim of reducing queuing time, the organiser Informa Markets strongly advises visitors to pre-register their attendance online at www.jewelleryarabia.com.

 Bringing together over 500 jewellery and watch brands from 31 countries, the prestigious exhibition displays a huge range of classic and contemporary designs, collectors’ timepieces, precious gems, clocks, fine writing instruments, luxury accessories and more. Visitors can view the complete list of exhibiting brands on the event website directory as well as on the soon-to-be-released mobile app.

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