Posted on March 03, 2014

Al Zain, leading jewelers in the region, have launched the latest edition of the Maharajah collection at the 11th Doha Jewellery and Watches Exhibition, taking place at the Qatar National Convention Centre until  2nd March 2014.

Maharajah opulence at the 11th 1 [].jpgThe new edition follows the success of the inaugural range of the Maharajah collection that was launched at the Exhibition last year. The timeless collection draws inspiration from the luxury, opulence and glamour of India’s royal past.

The collection is handcrafted from the finest rose-cut diamonds, briolette diamonds, brilliant cut diamonds and natural pearls all set in 18 karat gold. The range reflects its royal roots with names such as Rajmata (Queen Mother), Mysore (a former princely state) and Sena (Army).

Nabeel Al Zain, CEO commented, “Over the past 80 years, Al Zain has progressively evolved into a trusted brand, respected for the timeless appeal and craftsmanship of our jewellery. Our entire offering ranging from custom-made jewellery featuring high-quality gems and stones to luxurious corporate and royal gifts, is being presented at the Exhibition.

Maharajah opulence at the 11th 2 [].jpgYear-on-year, the prestigious event has proven to be a great platform to feature our innovative collections and also to strengthen our ties with our customers in Qatar. We are seeing an increased demand in indulgent statement pieces over classic minimalism.”

Al Zain’s values are centered on loyalty, choice and prestige. The brand concept is centered on relationships, and visually represents that Al Zain embraces life with the customer through all its stages. The stand at the exhibition and the store in Lagoona Mall also reflect this. 

Founded in 1930 by Hasan Al Zain, a pearl merchant, Al Zain was one of the first to combine pearl and jewellery-making in the Gulf. Al Zain has grown from just four artisans in a single store at Yateem Centre, Bab-al-Bahrain Souq, Bahrain to now employing over 300 people today- operating 14 retail outlets in Bahrain, Khobar, Riyadh, Abu Dhabi, Doha, and Jordan. The jeweller has won several international awards for design and craftsmanship including the coveted Tahitian Pearl Trophy and the Gold Virtuousi Award.