Abu Dhabi, UAE – Al Fardan Jewellery, the region’s foremost fantastic jewelry retailer, is set to participate in ATAYA, an annual exhibition in Abu Dhabi. Situated at Zayed Sports activities Town, Jiu Jitsu Arena from the 6th to the 10th of February 2023, the exhibition offers the ideal of women’s manner, jewelry, accessories, residence equipment and home furnishings from the region.
Set up by Emirates Red Crescent under the Patronage of HH Sheikha Shamsa Bint Hamdan Bin Mohammed Al Nahyan, ATAYA, which means “giving” in Arabic, has turn into a landmark celebration in Abu Dhabi’s cultural calendar. The function, brimming with proficient designers and artists from the region, hand-picked separately by the exhibition’s superior committee, contains Al Fardan Jewelry, which is proud to support the charitable initiatives adopted by ATAYA to support humanitarian programs.
“It is an honour to have Al Fardan Jewelry selected to showcase at this year’s exhibition, and we are happy for the option to help its charitable leads to,” stated Iulia Al Fardan, the General Manager of Al Fardan Jewelry. Recognising the need to aid much less fortunate persons in society, ATAYA focuses on developing community company recognition amongst the Emirati group – with a distinct centre place on the more youthful generation. Therefore, to instil the value of charity in the region this 12 months, the “Nahr Al Hayat Fund” will start to take care of youngsters from all in excess of the world.
The Al Fardan Jewellery showcase at the Jiu-Jitsu Arena will comprise curated diamond collections, together with the expanded Al Noor assortment that released a year back. Now which include “Mother of Pearl” types iridescent creations paying homage to the ocean, assertion tassel earrings threaded with Al Fardan Jewellery’s signature pearl collection, together with a hero mom of pearl medallion which rests beneath mesmerising geometric inlays of pink gold. This collection embodies Islamic motifs and legacy, influenced by Sheikha Alyazia bint Nahyan Bin Mubarak Al Nahyan and Sheikha Hamda bint Khalifa bin Mohamed Al Nahyan, created for the contemporary Emirati girl. In addition, remaining accurate to its id as a a person-prevent shopping location for stunning jewelry, the display will involve an exquisite selection of eye-catching parts from brands these types of as Alessa, Maison H, Savolinna, Susana Martins, Terzihan, and Yeprem.
With a motivation to good quality and excellence, Al Fardan Jewelry continues to established the optimum specifications for attractive and functional jewelry, drawing inspiration from rich Emirati heritage and the region’s empowered, innovative, present day lady.
Al Fardan Jewelry will showcase its curated collections at ATAYA, in the Jiu-Jitsu Arena at Zayed Sports activities Town, from the 6th to the 10th of February.
For much more information, remember to pay a visit to alfardanjewellery.com and https://www.atayaprojects.ae/en.
About Al Fardan Jewellery
Al Fardan Jewellery is the first business recognized below the Al Fardan Group a single of the top family members-owned conglomerates in the area for the earlier 65 yrs. Due to the fact its inception in 1954 by Hajj Hasan Ibrahim Al Fardan a renowned and highly regarded pearl connoisseur, Al Fardan Jewellery has turn out to be synonymous with the pearling industry, drawing inspiration from its long and rich Emirati heritage. With a dedication to quality and excellence, Al Fardan Jewelry continues to set the greatest criteria, building impeccably handcrafted, timeless models for the modern-day female.
With its airy, fashionable and deluxe 252 sq. metre flagship boutique nestled in the heart of Abu Dhabi at The Country Towers, Al Fardan Jewellery is recognised as a leading good and high jewellery retailer in the location. Now house to a wide collection of regional and worldwide makes such as Yeprem, Terzihan, Alessa Jewelry, Repossi, and Chaumet, to identify a couple of, its vision is to come to be a essential worldwide participant symbolizing modern day and momentous jewelry and watch makes.
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