Mon, Feb 13, 2023

Luxury Goods, Jewellery & Watches
500 brands to take part in Doha jewellery show

Exquisite craftsmanship of over 500 globally admired jewellery and watch brands will be on show at the 19th edition of the Doha Jewellery and Watches Exhibition (DJWE) this month.

DJWE, spanning over 33,000 sq m, will introduce new brands, limited edition collections and extraordinary showpieces from February 20 to 25 at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Centre (DECC).

For the first time, this year’s edition of DJWE will see the debut of regional giant, Damas Jewellery, who will reveal its mesmerising Alif collection, a selection of exceptional high-end pieces and unique jewellery creations.

In addition, Louis Vuitton will showcase for the first time in DJWE its “Fantasy Necklace,” a must-see 2.56-carat monogram flower-cut diamond.

In addition, Valentino and Qatar’s Education Above All (EAA) Foundation will reveal a limited-edition collection of Valentino accessories that carry the logo of Educate A Child, helping to raise funds toward the cause.

Phillips, a leading global platform for buying and selling 20th and 21st century art and design, will be present at this year’s DJWE. Phillips, in association with Bacs & Russo, holds the world record for the most successful watch auctions.

Central to DJWE will be a purpose-built studio on-site where numerous interviews with renowned jewellery and watch experts will take place. With content shared on YouTube, global audiences will be able to tap into the striking conversations and ideas being generated in Doha, said a statement.

A new partnership under Al Darwish Jewellery will see the addition of IDT Gemological Laboratories at this year’s DJWE, giving customers the opportunity to have their jewellery examined and certified by an internationally certified institute.

This edition of DJWE also sees the return of Qatar Tourism’s Qatari Designers initiative, a long-running platform which demonstrates Qatar Tourism’s ongoing commitment to nurture local, creative talent. Established in 2017, the initiative has historically provided some of the country’s most recognised contemporary jewellery and watch brands with a springboard to help elevate their developing businesses.

Additionally, the much-loved Turkish and Indian pavilions will return this year, with vibrant stalls featuring various brands and bespoke designs that each celebrate the unique heritage and culture of these countries.

Two of Qatar Duty Free’s most iconic cafés, Harrod’s Tea Rooms and Venchi will provide delicious food and beverages to visitors.

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