Emirati women flaunt own jewellery designs at Sharjah expo
Sharjah continuously supports emerging Emirati talent.
Sharjah - Emirati Designers' Pavilion has served as springboard for many entrepreneurs aspiring to enter jewellery industry
A stunning collection of gems and jewellery designed and carefully handcrafted by 10 Emirati female designers has caught the eyes of jewellery enthusiasts visiting the 47th Watch and Jewellery Middle East Show organised by and held at Expo Centre Sharjah.
The pioneering Emirati entrepreneurs showcased their talents in jewellery design, while participating in the Emirati Designers' Pavilion, initiated by the Sharjah Chamber of Commerce and Industry to support and promote young entrepreneur projects in all exhibitions.
Emirati designer Khadija Al Sinani, from Harf w Nagsh Jewellery, lauded the Sharjah Chamber's efforts to nurture young Emirati talent to reveal their exquisite exhibits in one the most important and most prominent jewellery shows.
Her compatriot, Fatima Al Bannai from Baguette Design, who is participating for the first time, hailed the Sharjah Chamber's support extended to Emirati talent and thanked Expo Centre Sharjah for allowing her and her colleagues to introduce their unique designs.
Abdullah Sultan Al Owais, chairman of the Sharjah Chamber, said: "Since its launch five editions ago, the Emirati Designers' Pavilion has served as a springboard for many Emirati entrepreneurs including ladies, aspiring to enter the jewellery trade and design industry in the UAE."
Saif Mohammed Al Midfa, CEO of Expo Centre Sharjah, said: "What we have seen in the show is promising and gives us great hope with a generation of Emirati entrepreneurs capable of developing unique designs and enhance the UAE's position in the jewellery industry."