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Jewellery Experts Reveal ‘Hautest’ Trends

Jewellery Experts Reveal ‘Hautest’ Trends

  • Jewellery Experts Reveal ‘Hautest’ Trends

Royal designs, rare diamond cuts and holistic talks were the centrepiece of focus for the hundreds of fashionable visitors that participated in Dubai International Jewelry Week 2016, which ended (Saturday 10 December).

Returning to the show at the Dubai World Trade Centre was Lebanese developer Nsouli Precious jewelry, who welcomed to their booth a large numbers of visitors bewitched by the jeweller's collection of striking chokers.

Nsouli Fashion jewelry's Dania Nsouli said: "Currently rose gold is extremely high sought after and our collection of royal chokers is a straight response to that growing trend."

Featuring high quality, carefully picked diamonds independently embeded in 18K rose gold, each choker takes about one month to six weeks to make in the jeweller's Belgian office.

" choker are on increase now and we're extremely honored to display our distinguished Belgian diamond cut to Middle Eastern collectors. Among our most striking items weighs 107.28 g and includes 58.32 ct white diamonds, famous for their premium quality in clearness and colour."

Royal design jewelry enthusiasts were likewise ruined for choice at the Italian Hasbani Gioielli S.p.A. stand, which showcased several sapphire and diamond involvement rings resembling the style of jewelry put on by Princess Diana.

Joseph Hasbani, owner at Hasbani Gioielli S.p.A., claimed: "Recently we have actually seen almost a 15 percent increase popular for sapphire engagement rings. My personal guess would certainly be that all ladies want to feel like princesses and for that very reason there isn't much passion in rubies or emerald greens."

Handmade in Italy and showing off a distinctive oval-shaped sapphire, one of the biggest Hasbani rings features an advanced set of multiple rubies linked separately, making it a flexible item.

Hasbani included: "Sapphires are generally showcased with diamonds due to the fact that the stone doesn't stick out much alone, so it needs to be bordered by rubies to improve its colour and The Duchess of Cambridge's ring is precisely developed in this classic manner."

Likewise attracting scores of visitors at the show was Jewelry Jewels from the U.S.A, that gave Dubai unique collections of piled bracelets made from blended rare-earth elements decorated with a vast selection of diamond cuts and colours.

Alok Krishnani, owner at Solitaire Jewels from the USA, claimed: "Piling arm bands is presently a very popular trend as individuals that already have their own jewellery try to find new designs to mix it with and it appeals to their individualistic and experimental needs.

" We have actually experienced a great deal of interest in our 'Messie' collection that showcases unique, hand-cut diamonds without any 2 jewels alike - every diamond is various, showcasing different colours and shapes, and set in a flexible band."

Along with jewelry enthusiasts looking for individualistic expression and ways to enhance their appearances, many site visitors showed fantastic passion in the everyday workshops, "Discover the World of Gemstones", led by Mariam Yasin, Holistic Therapist and Founder of Health Lifestyle blog site Inner Beauty Buzz.

Yasin said: "People think more and more regarding health and I was very happy to acknowledge some faces from in 2015's show as it clearly shows that my sessions were impactful and provided them with some new insights.

" We're all below as a result of jewelry and sharing my knowledge concerning more certain qualities of gemstones that could impact lots of aspects of our lives is really attractive due to the fact that it encourages people with knowledge that allows them to choose just what jewellery suits them ideal."

The 21st version of Dubai International Jewelry Week drew to a close on Saturday 10 December celebration 240 leading jewelry brands, jewelry lovers, collectors, developers, and sellers from all over the world to release their latest collections at the Middle East region's most significant jewellery event.

The program will certainly go back to Dubai World Trade Centre in between 15-18 November 2017. To discover the most recent program information, see www.jewelleryshow.com or follow the event on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Captions: 1. Nsouli Jewelry showcased at Dubai International Jewelry Week a striking collection of stylish climbed gold and rubies chokers
2. Hasbani Gioielli S.p.A. unique oval-shaped sapphire involvement ring drew in a great deal of focus from the show's site visitors
3. Stacked bracelets was just one of the most distinctive jewelry pieces showcased by Solitaire Jewels
4. Mariam Yasin led a series of workshops focusing on valuable gems' holistic qualities

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