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November 19th - 23rd, 2013
8-12 September 2013 9.30 am - 6.30 pm
|Fair Date||Opening Hours|
|November 19 – 22, 2013||4 PM to 10 PM|
|November 23, 2013||10 AM to 1 PM & 4 PM to 10 PM|
Jewellery Arabia will take place at the Bahrain International Exhibition & Convention Centre, a modern exhibition complex offering some of the finest facilities in the Middle East. Situated within 5 minutes of downtown Manama and close to all major hotels and shopping malls, the center’s facilities include:
• 14,000 square meters of purpose built pillar less exhibition space with under floor service
• Modern conference facilities
• Communications centre
• Car parking
Jewellery Arabia is open free of charge to:
Trade visitors on presentation of professional business card Private collectors by invitation.
Children under the age of 16 will not be admitted into the exhibition under any circumstances.
The organizers operate a supervised crèche facility at the Bahrain International Exhibition & Convention Centre during the show for use by visitors for a nominal fee.
All visitors must register on arrival at the exhibition. No pre-registration for visitors is available. Admission badges must be worn at all times for security purposes. Re-entry can be gained without further registration provided badges are worn.
Once a year
To promote studded jewellery, loose precious/ semi precious gemstones & beads, silver jewellery designs
Area 14,000 sq.mts. Frequency Once a year Concept To promote studded jewellery, loose precious/ semi precious gemstones & beads, silver jewellery designs Overview Jewellery Arabia is the largest and most prestigious jewellery exhibition in the Middle East. Since its inception in 1992, it has provided international jewellery houses with unrivalled direct access to trade buyers and private collectors from throughout this important economic sector.
Held under the patronage of His Royal Highness Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Bahrain, Jewellery Arabia consistently attracts over 600 exhibitors from 30 nations; whose exhibits range from incredible finished jewellery to luxury time pieces, to precious stones of every size, shape and cut.
Eminent jewellery houses and watch manufacturers are regular participants, including Audemars Piguet, Cartier, Chopard, De Beers, Graff Diamonds, Harry Winston, Hublot, Patek Phillipe, Piaget and Van Cleef & Arpels amongst many others.
These well-known international brands are complemented by the creative gleam of national pavilions from the leading jewellery export countries of Brazil, Greece, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Thailand and Turkey, and the refined sparkle of the Middle East’s finest retailers and manufacturers.
Many of these exhibiting companies have an exclusive presence in the Middle East at Jewellery Arabia, affording upwards of 45,000 visitors a unique view of the global market.
No. of stalls
All three halls put together there will be approximate 1400 stalls spread over an area of 15000 sq. meter area. Out of which 570 sq. meter is for India pavilion with 61 stalls.
No. of exhibitors
National pavilions from leading jewellery export countries including Brazil, Greece, Hong Kong, India, Thailand and Turkey contributed to a total of 600 exhibiting companies from 30 countries participated at the previous edition which is expected to 700 this year. India pavilion had 55 exhibiting companies in 2008 and is expecting the same participation this year too.
Types of exhibitors
Exhibitors are ranging from whole seller, retailer and accessories. The Jewellery includes exhibitors manufacturing fine jewellery especially diamond in white gold and yellow. Apart from this there are watches, mountings, loose diamonds, Plain gold jewellery studded and unstudded, fashion jewellery etc. The most important thing is that this market prefers 18k and 21 k jewellery.
No. of visitors expected
Previous show attracted around 25000 visitors in five days and this year the expectation will be 10-20% more.
Profiles of the visitors are mixed since it’s a B2C show. Therefore, the expected visitor would include wholesalers, retailers and end customers. Since sale is permitted during the show, there would be ample amount of end users who will be visiting the show and buy jewellery on spot.