Tiffany & Co has announced an exhibit of extraordinary masterpieces at the Doha Jewellery and Watches Exhibition 2020 (DJWE), the region’s most coveted luxury jewellery show, from February 24-29.
The 183-year-old jeweller’s space at the event will feature everything from exquisite diamonds and rare gemstones to elegant timepieces and gold jewellery.
Tiffany’s innovation in high jewellery and its ingenious creations designed by chief artistic officer, Reed Krakoff, will take centre stage at DJWE.
Visitors will be dazzled by pieces such as a platinum pendant that resembles a cluster of hydrangeas, radiating with baguette, custom-cut and round brilliant diamonds of over 39 carats, oval and round green tourmalines of over total 13 carats and oval and round green beryls of over 21 total carats.
An equally fascinating piece, the platinum butterfly necklace with a cushion-cut morganite of over 11 carats, a pink tourmaline, pink sapphires and diamonds of over 52 total carats will inspire visitors with its intricate craftsmanship, vibrant rare-coloured gemstones and radiant Tiffany diamonds.
“We are thrilled to have the opportunity to showcase Tiffany’s jewellery collections that collectively have never before been seen in the region. We look forward to welcoming visitors to explore and enjoy,” said Joe Nahhas, vice president of Middle East & Africa, Tiffany & Co.
White diamond purists will be captivated by an exquisite curation of incredibly rare and truly spectacular diamond rings.
The exhibition will also feature iconic Tiffany designs by one of the 20th century’s most revered artists, Jean Schlumberger. His timeless Bird on a Rock clip or enamel and diamond bracelet will afford visitors a glimpse into the legendary artist’s ingenuity and virtuosity in design, and his ability to transform nature’s wonders into objects of mesmerising beauty.
“At Alfardan Jewellery, we continually thrive to showcase the best in the high jewellery sector at the renowned Doha Jewellery and Watches Exhibition. We are proud to work with Tiffany & Co for this year’s 17th edition and believe in the value that such an internationally acclaimed jeweller represents for the fair,” said Ali Alfardan, vice chairman of Alfardan Group and president of Alfardan Jewellery.
“Tiffany will be presenting a range of masterpieces from various collections never before seen in the region that will appeal to the Qatar market. We look forward to welcoming Tiffany aficionados and valued customers to explore the collections and to be part of an extraordinary, one-of-a-kind shopping experience.”
In 1837, Charles Lewis Tiffany founded his company in New York City where his store was soon acclaimed as the palace of jewels for its exceptional gemstones. Since then, Tiffany & Co has become synonymous with elegance, innovative design, fine craftsmanship and creative excellence.
During the 20th century its fame thrived worldwide with store network expansion and continuous cultural relevance, as exemplified by Truman Capote’s Breakfast at Tiffany’s and the film starring Audrey Hepburn.
Today, with more than 14,000 employees, Tiffany & Co and its subsidiaries design, manufacture and market jewellery, watches and luxury accessories – including more than 5,000 skilled artisans who cut diamonds and craft jewellery in the company’s workshops, realising its commitment to superlative quality.
The company operates more than 300 Tiffany & Co retail stores worldwide as part of its omni-channel approach.