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International 'Jewellery Arabia' Show from Nov 25

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Nov '08
The international “Jewellery Arabia” Show is a unique exhibition with an extensive showcase of exquisite jewellery collections and timepieces from all over the world. Aimed at the region's most affluent consumers Jewellery Arabia will be held at the Bahrain International Exhibition Centre from 25th-29th November, 2008.

The ultimate jewellery event featuring the most talented, cutting edge designers and innovative international collections of over 500 companies from 28 countries from around the world will be officially inaugurated under the patronage of His Highness the Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Bahrain Shaikh Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa at the Bahrain International Exhibition Centre at 9.30am on Tuesday, 25 November, 2008.

The Jewellery Arabia series of exhibitions is organised by Bahrain's leading exhibition organiser – Arabian Exhibition Management WLL and marketed worldwide by London based Overseas Exhibition Services Ltd and Singapore based International Expo Management Pte Ltd. These companies are all members of Allworld Exhibitions, a global network of exhibition organisers with 35 offices worldwide who currently organise over 150 trade exhibitions biennially.

The Jewellery Arabia show will run from Tuesday, 25th November – Saturday, 29th November from 4pm-10pm daily. A ladies morning will be held on Thursday, 27th November from 10am-1pm. A special "ladies only" morning provides an opportunity for ladies to view and select jewellery in a secure and private atmosphere.

Exhibitor profile includes independent retail outlets, retail chains, designer manufacturers, wholesalers, laboratories, publications and service providers. It is the definitive event for jewellery collections bringing together the world's most celebrated watch and jewellery brands, in addition to unique pieces and collector's items.

Amongst the floor area of 16,000 square metres, eminent jewellery houses such as Cartier, Chatila S.A., Chopard, David Morris, De Beers, Fitaihi Junior, George Hakim, Global Royalties, Graff Diamonds, Harry Winston, Hermes Watches, Hublot, Jacob & Co, Patek Philippe, Piaget and Van Cleef, Versace, W. Salamon and others will display their unique ranges.

They are joined by a host of international pavilions from leading export countries including Brazil, Greece, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Thailand and Turkey who lend an eclectic, international flavour to the exhibition.

A strong Lebanese and GCC contingent drawn from the region's most exclusive jewellers concludes this line up. Amongst them are some of Bahrain's leading jewellers – Bahrain Jewellery Centre, Asia Jewellers, Taqi's Jewellery, Al Mahmood Pearls and Al Zain – who bring together stunning collections of famous international brands in boutique designs.

The Jewellery Arabia series is carefully managed to provide a platform of exciting new and exclusive collections and products for connoisseurs of jewellery, private collectors, serious buyers and the discerning Middle Eastern market. Jewellery Arabia's high quality profile and enthusiastic consumer following continues to reflect the region's passion for fine jewellery, which has succeeded in creating one of the fastest growing markets in the world.


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