SHARJAH, 24th May, 2023 (WAM) — The upcoming fourth edition of the Jewels of Emirates Show, the UAE’s first of its kind showcasing diamond jewelry, gold, silver, and luxury watches, is set to become the largest in the event’s history. The event, supported by the Sharjah Chamber of Commerce and Industry and organised by Sharjah Expo Centre, is scheduled to run from 1st to 4th June.
Over 100 exhibitors, including elite jewelers and jewelry designers, are gearing up for the exhibition, which has expanded to cover an unprecedented area of 10,000 square metres. The expansive show space will host hundreds of distinguished brands, offering a broad display of the latest fashion lines, contemporary jewelry designs, and exquisite gold and diamond sets.
Adding to the glitz and glamour, this year’s show will also introduce special perfume pavilions. These dedicated sections will host premier companies and retailers specialising in perfumes, incense, and oud, adding a sensory dimension to the exhibition experience.
More than just a showcase for luxury items, the show will provide a platform for cultural exchange, highlighting the richness of Emirati heritage. The event will feature an exclusive Emirati designer pavilion, where attendees can explore a variety of traditional Emirati jewelry, gold works, and handcrafted items. Here, visitors will find one-of-a-kind pieces made from natural pearls, diamonds, and precious stones, reflective of local artistry and craftsmanship.
Sultan Shattaf, Director of Sales and Marketing Department at Expo Centre Sharjah, expressed excitement about the growth of the ‘Jewels of Emirates Show.’ The event brings together renowned jewelry companies, goldsmiths, and brands, offering a unique platform for enthusiasts and connoisseurs. Shattaf emphasised the importance of direct communication, knowledge exchange, and supporting local talents in the gold and jewelry industry. The event aims to enhance competitiveness and quality of national products in local and regional markets.
The exhibition will be open to visitors free of charge from 13:00 to 22:00 on Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday, and from 15:00 to 22:00 on Friday.