The 3rd edition of the Jewels of Emirates Show concluded on a strong note in Sharjah on Sunday. The show witnessed the remarkable participation of companies specialising in perfumes.
The world's largest known cut diamond went on public display for the first time on Monday ahead of its sale, when it is expected to reach $5 million.
The 3rd edition of the Jewels of Emirates Show has achieved massive success in becoming a distinct and dazzling exhibition showcasing a collection of gold and jewellery innovations by Emirati designers at the Expo Centre Sharjah.
The Portugal Pavilion, in partnership with AORP (Portuguese Jewellery and Watchmaking Association), launched Portuguese Jewellery Week at Expo 2020 Dubai. Under the name ‘Crossings’, the exhibition is inspired by the “Sea”,
With over 500 international and local brands on display, the 52nd edition promises to be its most dazzling yet, culminating in a grand finale this Sunday.
Backed by the Sharjah Chamber of Commerce, the event played host to 500 specialised companies, unveiling the latest and most sought-after designs in watches, jewellery, and gold ornaments from around the world.
"It's wearable and comfortable," said 25-year-old Harish Bansal, who described his audacious creation as a dream project. Bansal said he got the idea two years ago while studying jewellery design in western city of Surat.
A gang stole jewellery worth about $100m from an armoured truck after they tracked down the vehicle from a gem and sapphire fair on its way from a California truck stop to an area in Los Angeles.
An inaugural celebration with a golden line-up of entertainment, activation, and promotions will take place until May 8, creating a festive atmosphere the whole family will enjoy.