Golden Quran, necklace of 358,000 Dh: 6 essential luxury items to…

(MENAFN – Khaleej Times)

Posted: Fri, 1 Jul 2022, 12:17 PM

Last updated: Fri, Jul 1 2022, 12:49 PM

It was all glitz and glamor at the opening of the third edition of the Jewels of Emirates Show, a UAE trade show specializing in luxury jewelry and watches at the Sharjah Expo Centre. Organized by Expo Center Sharjah with the support of the Sharjah Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI), the show showcases approximately 100 of the most popular gold, diamond, jewelry and watch brands, as well as over 20 top designers from the United Arab Emirates. and around the world.

The exhibition opened on Thursday June 30 and will run until Sunday July 3 with open and free entry to the public. From heavyweight pieces and luxury watches to jewelry that captures the culture and tradition of the UAE, there’s plenty to see at the show.

Khaleej Times has collected the most eye-catching pieces from the exhibition.

This gold and stone necklace weighs 1337 grams and costs 358,000 Dh. You can see this and other weighty statement pieces at Salem Al Shueibi Jewellery, which last year set a Guinness World Record after displaying more than 50,000 jewels worth Dhs 1.3 billion. on a stand of another exhibition.

Harti Jewels, specializing in the personalization of watches, exhibits this Chopard. This personalized and embellished vintage watch is encrusted with diamonds and pearls and costs Dh565,000.

Inspired by a surah (chapter) from the Quran, surgeon Dr. Abeer created a painting that depicts the stillness of the night as humans connect with themselves and shine from within. She then transformed this painting into a jewel with the black onyx stone representing the night and the white mother-of-pearl representing the inner radiance, embellished with sapphire stones.

To signify the cultural relevance of pearl fishing in the United Arab Emirates and celebrate Arabic calligraphy, Emirati jewelry brand Aballii has designed these unique pieces as a tribute to this country.

Always keen to personalize the jewelry she bought, Thekra Alkaabi found a way to combine her mother’s taste for traditional jewelry with her own modern vision. This unique piece designed by her allows buyers to put a photo of their choice and a name on a locket which is embellished with beads.

In addition to jewelry and watches, there is this embellished gold Quran studded with pearls and other stones. Exhibited at the Jawhara jewelry stand, it costs 16,000 Dh.


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