It's time for Jewellery Arabia Bahrain 2019

From November 19th to the 23rd, at the Bahrain International Exhibition & Convention Centre, 561 exhibitors for the best of the industry from the Gulf Area


It's the largest and most prestigious jewelry show in the Gulf Area. Starting from tomorrow to the 23rd, will take place the 28th edition of Jewellery Arabia Bahrain, the Middle East International Jewellery & Watch Exhibition. And the numbers speak for themselves: 561 exhibitors from 36 Nations will be the protagonists of five days dedicated to the whole industry, with an attendance of over 55,000 visitors at the jewellery extravaganza. Held under the patronage of His Royal Highness Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Bahrain, renowned watch and jewelry houses will be making a return appearance, including leading brands such as Asia Jewellers, Bahrain Jewellery Centre, Roberto Coin, Al Hashimi Pearls, Devji and many others to introduce their own new collections and limited edition pieces. The luxury event will be open to the public, from 4 pm to 10 pm on 19 to 22 November, and from 12 pm to 10 pm on 23 November. Extra the incredible selection of finished jewelry, visitors will find on show luxury timepieces, fine writing instruments, objets d’art, accessories and precious stones of every size, shape and cut. 
One of the new entries of the 2019 edition is the Moroccan pavilion, that will be introduced along with the show’s large and returning delegations of the finest retailers, designers and manufacturers from India, Japan, Russia, Singapore and Taiwan. Collectively, these groups reflect the very best manufacturing capabilities, design expertise and gemological resources that their respective countries have to offer. During the 5 days, will be also a focus on education: the GIA (Gemological Institute of America) will be introducing its “Diamond Origin Report” confirming the country of origin of a polished diamond. So, thanks to the new report, customers will be comforted knowing that their purchase meets ethical standards.

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