Middle East's largest jewellery exhibition to feature over 50 Indian jewellers
Middle East's largest jewellery exhibition to feature over 50 Indian jewellersNew Delhi, Nov 19 (KNN) The largest and most prestigious jewellery exhibition in the Middle East, Jewellery Arabia that showcases world famous names and artisan designs from across the globe will see the participation of over 50 leading Indian jewellery companies.
The 22nd edition of the Middle East’s premier jewellery and watch exhibition, Jewellery Arabia 2013, is set to take place from 19 to 23 November 2013 at the Bahrain International Exhibition and Convention Centre.
According to media reports, over 50 leading diamond and jewellery companies from Surat, Mumbai, Jaipur, etc will be participating in the five-day long event. Spread over 810 square metres, the Indian pavilion will exhibit exquisite craftsmanship and jewellery companies comprising diamonds, gold and platinum.
According to an official release, the 5-day spectacular event will feature over 600 exhibitors from 30 nations who will spread their precious wares across an area of 16,500 square metres. On display will be a huge range of finished jewellery, luxury timepieces, precious stones, antiques, objects d’art, jewellery packaging and technology from across the globe.
Jewellery Arabia 2013 is set to be 10 per cent bigger than the previous year’s exhibition and visitors can look forward to a number of new and exciting multi-national high-end participants.
“Over the last 22 years, Jewellery Arabia has steadily evolved into the single most important jewellery and watch exhibition in the Middle East. Its reputation, size, quality of exhibits and sheer variety is unique in the region. The show is seen as an essential buying event for private collectors and the trade.
“Extraordinary designers choose Jewellery Arabia as their sole platform in the Middle East, whilst many more use the exhibition as an opportunity to showcase exclusive and new collections. We are looking forward in all confidence to yet another outstanding event,” said Arabian Exhibition Management’s Director of Sales and Marketing Fawzi Al Shehabi.
Last year’s show attracted over 46,300 visitors. (KNN/ES)