Jewels of Emirates Show shines with a spectacular display of innovations by 20 UAE female designers
- Young Emirati talent showcased their latest collections of gold and diamond jewelry during their participation in the “Emirati Goldsmiths” platform allocated by SCCI
- Al Midfa expressed his pleasure at the distinct and growing participation of UAE designers in the exhibition
Sharjah, July 2, 2022
The 3rd edition of the Jewels of Emirates Show has achieved massive success in becoming a distinct and dazzling exhibition showcasing a collection of gold and jewelry innovations by Emirati designers, as the show is scheduled to remain open until July 3rd at the Expo Center Sharjah. Around 20 UAE female designers showcased their latest collections of gold and diamond jewelry and distinctive designs that were inspired by the Emirati heritage during their participation in the “Emirati Goldsmiths” platform that the Sharjah Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI) allocated at the exhibition.
The exhibition featured the launch of Shamma Alhallami’s “Desert Blossom” jewelry collection, in cooperation with Salem Al Shueibi Jewellery. The Emirati heritage-inspired designs comprised a collection of one of the world’s rarest flower formations, which required over 1300 working hours, 2 kg of gold, and 250-carats of the finest diamonds and precious stones such as sapphire and ruby to complete.
HE Saif Mohammed Al Midfa, CEO of Expo Centre Sharjah, expressed his pleasure at the distinct and growing participation of UAE designers in the Jewels of Emirates Show, noting that this reflects the outstanding talents of leading national designers who can create innovative designs that highlight the UAE’s place in the jewelry industry. He also highlighted Expo Center Sharjah’s keenness to organize such a show in order to strengthen the jewelry industry and support Emirati exhibitors as well as both male and female designers.
Mona Sultan Al-Suwaidi, Director of the Executive Office of the SCCI’s Chairman and in charge of the Emirati Goldsmiths Platform, noted, “SCCI pursues its efforts through the “Emirati Goldsmiths” platform to support UAE designers, entrepreneurs, and talented workers in the jewelry trade and design sector.”
She also emphasized the increasing number of UAE female designers who have presented their stunning gold and jewelry collections on the Emirati Goldsmiths platform.
Furthermore, designer Sahar Al Ansari expressed her desire to continue participating in the Jewels of Emirates Show, adding that it allows her to display her designs in front of a wide range of visitors. During her participation in this year’s edition, she exhibited unique designs inspired by Emirati heritage by using traditional UAE gold, which included 18k and 21k gold, as well as jewels such as emeralds and beautifully colored topaz.
Meanwhile, another designer, Mitha Qarash, also displayed distinct gold and jewelry paintings with modern and classic designs.
The Jewels of Emirates Show, which is scheduled to conclude tomorrow (Sunday, July 3), also witnessed the remarkable participation of companies specializing in perfumes. The representatives of these companies expressed their delight at being a part of such a well-attended event, noting that they displayed a wide range of the finest fragrances, as well as other products of the best incense and natural aromatic oils that cater to a wide range of tastes, during the show.
Attached photos: during Jewels of Emirates Show