Chopard presents exceptional jewelry and timepieces at the Jewellery Arabia 2015
Chopard took part in the 24th edition of the Middle East International Jewellery & Watch Exhibition in Manama Bahrain, during which the brand exhibited its finest jewelry and timepieces over five exhibition days at the Bahrain International Exhibition and Convention Centre.
Jewellery Arabia Exhibition
Held under the patronage of His Royal Highness the Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Bahrain Prince Khalifa Bin Salman Al Khalifa, Jewellery Arabia attracts every year over 600 exhibitors from 30 nations whose exhibits range from finished jewelry, luxury timepieces, precious stones, antique jewelry to specialized jewelry education seminars. This exhibition has grown to be the largest and most prestigious jewelry exhibition in the Middle East to date as it provides a platform through which international and local brands can introduce their exclusive watches and jewelry collections and can have direct access to trade buyers and private collectors.
Chopard at the Jewellery Arabia Exhibition
Similar to the preceding years, Chopard exhibited through a separate booth its array of exquisite jewelry, High Jewelry and its exceptional timepieces for ladies and gents along with a wide selection of accessories. Buyers and collectors were able to discover among the wide panoply of stunning pieces, the iconic Happy Diamonds Collection but also the Happy Sport Collection, the Imperiale Collection and the Mille Miglia GTS Collection. In addition, unique pieces from the L.U.C Collection that expresses the fine watchmaking and manufacture expertise of the Geneva-based Company were presented.
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