2 Days Left to Experience Rare Pieces on Display at Jewellery; Watch Show Abu Dhabi
United Arab Emirates, 29 October 2019—(AETOSWire): The 27 th Edition of the Jewellery and Watch Show (JWS) in Abu Dhabi is currently underway and attracting a large number of visitors and will conclude on Wednesday 30 th October. The 5 day event which is under the patronage of Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, the UAE Minister of Tolerance is taking place at ADNEC from 4-10 pm. Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan inaugurated the exhibition among VIP personalities and members of the media on the first day which witnessed immense interest from visitors.
Mohamad Mehieddine, Event Manager said: “This year so far JWS has attracted a larger and more qualitative audience than in previous editions and we have received very positive feedback
about the quality of exhibitors and products on display. I would like to thank all those who are
contributing to the success of this edition that will serve as a benchmark of future editions where
we will always aim to provide the most enjoyable experience for all those who love to attend the
He also added that in this edition the exhibitors have exerted a lot of effort to ensure that there
are very rare and exclusive items on display and encourages buyers to visit the show and
experience for themselves the extraordinary collection of jewellery and watches from all across
From rare items on display, Dusoul by Dhamani have emerald designs that are worth between 5
to 7.5 million dirhams, which are exceptional in their quality and craftsmanship.
Similarly, several brands have exclusive and unique pieces that they have chosen to unveil at
JWS such as Nsouli, the Lebanese brand that have a special set of timeless, classic earrings, and
a necklace of three layers of different shaped stones. The stones are marquise; baguette and oval
shaped inspired by the symmetry of uneven numbers creating great aesthetic appeal of 56 carats
of diamonds of the highest clarity.
Abduallah Al Masaood and Sons so far has witnessed great interest in bridal sets and diamond
swiss-made watches. They are displaying a special necklace set decorated with marquise and
pear-shaped stones. Their tennis necklaces and bracelets have also dazzled customers.
Al Sayegh offers a wide variety of products that range from limited edition pen sets for the office
(one of the most expensive items of the brand available at the event), along with a Franck Muller
golden watch – the Seven Days Tourbillion. Al Sayegh also presents a lavish diamond set
composed of 110 carats of diamonds that can only be seen by visiting the show.
Visitors are also in awe of the most valuable guitar owned by Aaron Shum Jewelry of Hong
Kong, parent company of Lifestyle Fine Jewellery. Many were seen taking ‘selfies’ with the
magnificent instrument with 11,000 diamonds.