Posted on February 27, 2020

The 17th edition of the Doha Jewellery and Watches Exhibition presents internationally recognizable names alongside niche artisanal brands and up and coming designers – providing a forum for consumers of all tastes to experience luxury, design and exquisite craftsmanship.

With a record 129 exhibitors this year, marking a 68% growth, organisers have added more space, including a 3,000 sqm luxury zone with 45 exhibitors. This year’s event sees a return of the popular Indian Pavilion, organised by GJEPC, and an inaugural Turkish Pavilion, bringing the jewellery traditions of the two countries to Qatar under one roof. The Indian Pavilion houses 28 exhibitors, more than twice as many as last year, showcasing a range of studded jewellery adorned with rubies, emeralds, sapphires and pearls; handmade pieces catering to the Middle East market, and a wide range of European and Middle Eastern inspired contemporary jewellery.

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Exhibitors at the Indian Pavilion include Amore Jewels Pvt. Ltd., R.Champalal & Co, Full Moon Jewels, GDK Jewels, Hia Exports, Iris Jewels, and Kothari’s Jewellers, among others. Amayra launched its AYRA collection, while Panim Creations, brought forth its antique rare diamond jewellrey.  Shoppers at Bellissima can take advantage of discounts of up to 50%, and will receive a free diamond jewellery product for every QAR 25,000 they spend. The Turkish Pavilion features 11 exhibitors such as Lida Diamond & Jewellery, Amor, Gezer, Mehmet Cumbus, and Masgold, which sells intricately designed hand-made ‘shawl’ jewellery in 18 and 21 karat gold.

In addition to the array of jewellery and watches available for purchase, the Doha Jewellery and Watches Exhibition is also hosting a series of workshops to educate buyers and aficionados on how to evaluate, identify and care for products. The show will run until 29 February at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Centre. 

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