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Jawhara Jewellery launched a beautifully crafted jewellery collection called “Carré”



Jawhara Jeweller’s new line-up Carré has been designed to capture the glamour of the exquisite natural square baguette diamonds. The collection is available in classic sets in different shapes and sizes, echoing a modern touch. The pieces are effortless, chic and innately wearable, highlighting the splendid lustre of natural diamonds. 

Jawhara Jewellery has been in business since 1907. With extensive knowledge and decades of experience in the jewellery business, the Emarati company was birthed on the notion that jewellery should resonate with the wearer’s innermost desires. Jawhara began with traditional and modern jewellery designs that exude unique beauty and quality. 

This belief is reflected in every aspect of the brand, from the highly innovative, novel designs to the care and precision accorded to each place. Made for the modern young woman, Jawhara epitomizes the youth, while celebrating the different nuances of the region. All the collections are conceived, created and developed by a team of skilled in-house and international jewellers known for their exceptional craftsmanship. 

Their designs are manufactured and responsibly sourced from the best international alliances located in Italy, Turkey, Hong Kong, China, Thailand, India, Bahrain and Lebanon. Jawhara travels the world to offer unconventional, trendy and stylish jewellery that complements the youth as a leading jewellery wholesaler, retailer and manufacturer of 18k, 21k and 22k supported by a network of over 100 outlets in the region. 

The Abdullah family started the jewellery business in 1907, a time when craftsmanship, culture and innovation were key. The passion to create modern and traditional jewellery designs for the region has unified four generations for over a hundred years. In 1955, the journey began in Dubai – United Arab Emirates with the Late Mohammad Taher Abdullah Almohtadi where he established a jewellery business with a goldsmith shop, which he passed on to his sons, Tawfique, Tawhid and Tamjid Abdullah in the mid-70s.

Written by Pranita Sawant

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