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Jewellery designer keen to target Arab women

Apr '08
Tatiana Góes combines stones, pearls, gold and silver in her creations
Designer Tatiana Góes, who works out of the southernmost Brazilian state of Rio Grande do Sul and makes exclusive gold items, including orders, wants to present her creations to the Arab women. The jewellery, designed and manufactured one by one by Tatiana, are already exported to the United States, France, Argentina and Spain.

"I am very much interested in negotiating with the Arab market. I am certain that my pieces are going to be immensely successful there," says the designer. "I am seeking a contact opportunity to showcase my creations," she claims.

Foreign sales started after she began exhibiting at international fairs. The designer participated in two editions of the Bijorchca, in Paris, in 2006 and 2007, and intends to go back this year. "Who knows, maybe this time I might be visited by some Arab importer," says Tatiana.

A feature of the designers' pieces that attracts attention is her combination of stones, pearls, silver and gold – which are turned into earrings, rings, necklaces and pendants. The Brazilian stones most frequently used by the designer include crystal, amethyst, citrine, and pink, grey and bright quartz.

The designer has just launched the Alfama collection, comprised of earrings and necklaces in plate and crystal, with red and grey silk yarn. The shapes are inspired by plants and flowers. "I design my pieces based on those images of nature," says Tatiana.

Tatiana Góes was born in Porto Alegre, capital ofRio Grande do Sul, holds a degree in Business Administration and Marketing from PUC/RS, and Design in Jewelleries and Gold, earned in Milan, Italy.

Her hobby was artistic creation in painting, drawing and handicraft, and then she discovered the path to jewellery design. She took a course in metalworking. Afterwards, there came jewellery design and wax modelling. The passion for the mystery and the shine of gems also took her to a course in Gemology.

Arab Brazilian Chamber of Commerce

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