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Damas Brings Eight Luxury Brands to Salon Privé at St. Regis Dubai

Damas, the leading jewellery and watch retailer in the Middle East, is opening doors to the exclusive Salon Privé exhibition at the St. Regis Dubai from November 17-19. The exclusive exhibition by Damas will showcase eight

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Damas, the leading jewellery and watch retailer in the Middle East, is opening doors to the exclusive Salon Privé exhibition at the St. Regis Dubai from November 17-19.

The exclusive exhibition by Damas will showcase eight of its top luxury brands direct to VIPs and prospective customers. Attendees will be privy to never-before-seen pieces from international brands including Magerit, Leo Pizzo, Marco Bicego, Graff, SAMA by Damas, Mikimoto, Roberto Coin and Fabergé.

Speaking about Damas Salon Privé, Kevin Ryan, Chief Operating Officer of Damas said: “Damas prides itself on continually offering unique platforms for customers to experience our offerings. Damas Salon Privé reflects our values of premium exclusivity, and world-class hospitality. We’re positive that visitors will be completely immersed in the luxury setting, and will be enthralled with the debut pieces that will be on display.”

Opening timings for Damas Salon Prive will be:
Day one – Thursday, 17 November 2016: 3pm to 10pm
Day two – Friday, 18 November 2016: 11am to 10pm
Day three – Saturday, 19 November 2016: 11am to 10pm

Graff:
The founding of Graff in 1960 by Laurence Graff marked the start of an extraordinary journey spanning over five decades, which continues to this day. Throughout its rich history, Graff is said to have handled more diamonds of notable rarity and beauty than any other jeweller, and to this day continues to inspire and excite the world’s most discerning clientele with its jewellery.

Magerit:
Like the meaning behind the name, ‘place of many streams,’ Magerit draws inspiration from many cultures – past civilizations, themes in architecture and mythology – to create exquisite pieces of art which are as unique as the people who wear them. Magerit’s jewellery blends its designers’ creativity and originality with the sophisticated, handcrafted finishes of each individual piece, giving rise to unique and exclusive works of art. Magerit takes pride in making top-quality artisanal jewellery. All the jewellery produced by Magerit is made from 18 carat yellow or white gold and features diamonds, pearls and coloured stones, all carefully selected in accordance with the strictest quality control guidelines.

Leo Pizzo:
Over the years, Leo Pizzo’s collections have become known for its authentic values, the purity of the stones, the creativity of the form, and the brand’s high quality manufacturing techniques. Its collections consists of shapes such as hearts, snakes, flowers and anchors in rings, earrings, pendants, chokers and bracelets. All of its pieces reflect themes of passion, creativity, joy and reliability.

Marco Bicego:
The inspiration behind the creation of the jewels is rooted in Marco’s Venetian origins and the natural settings surrounding his territory. He has always believed in quality and in the secret of Italian jewellery. The Marco Bicego brand combines old world tradition with contemporary design and conveys the typical values and details of Made in Italy. The distinct uniqueness of the timeless jewels can be described through artisanal craftsmanship and imperfect shapes, always made in 18 carat gold.

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SAMA by Damas:
Derived from the Arabic word ‘Sumou’ meaning elevation or splendour, the Sama line is named as such for the fact that the pieces represent a ‘higher stage’ of opulence. The unique pieces are high-end masterpieces with dazzling designs of natural and untreated precious gemstones that have been magnificently manufactured using the purest of gold and the most exquisite of jewels. SAMA was created on the basis that no two women are alike and so the jewellery they wear should be as unique as they are. It offers discerning customers artfully-crafted, exclusive, one-of-a-kind masterpieces that are so rare, there is only one piece of each in existence. The SAMA collection comprises of a fantastic array of evening sets perfectly handcrafted for the most special of occasions. The range also features a wide variety of exceptional rings. SAMA also carries exquisite white diamond bridal sets designed to offer the bride an unmatched element of brilliance and beauty on her special day.

Mikimoto:
Mikimoto is the world-renowned Japanese empire founded by Kokichi Mikimoto in 1893. The legendary Mr. Mikimoto, “The Pearl King”, was the first to develop a technique for the cultivation of pearls. Today, almost all pearls sold worldwide are cultured pearls, cultivated by the same technique that Kokichi Mikimoto invented. This includes Japanese Akoya pearls, as well as South Sea pearls from Australia, Indonesia and The Philippines, as well as black pearls from Tahiti. The family-run business remains the world leader in superior-quality Akoya and South Sea cultured pearls and the company is internationally respected for its product design, crafting techniques and strict quality control.

Roberto Coin:
Luxury Italian jewellery brand, Roberto Coin, was founded in 1996 in Vicenza, the city of Gold. Whether it’s Animalier collection that draws inspiration from the animal kingdom, or the fairytale-esque Princess collection, and the stunning Cento collection featuring pieces that incorporate 100-faceted diamonds, every Roberto Coin piece is uniquely designed and has a distinctive story behind each collection. Such is the brand’s popularity around the world, that key pieces have been adorned by A-list celebrities including Oprah Winfrey, Nicole Kidman, Salma Hayek and Jennifer Lopez.

Fabergé:
Fabergé, the world’s most iconic artist jeweller, creates modern collections of extraordinary jewellery, watches and accessories for a discerning international clientele. Founded in 1842, Fabergé has been the most revered name in jewellery ever since Peter Carl Fabergé became the official goldsmith to the Russian Imperial Court; the house created exquisite jewels and objects, including the legendary series of lavish and ingenious Imperial Easter Eggs. Peter Carl Fabergé was renowned for his exquisite and artistic use of colour, making the most of each gemstone’s unique characteristics and developing a vibrant enamel palette. Today, Fabergé continues to explore and epitomise the ‘art of colour’, pushing the boundaries of artistry and craftsmanship with superlative coloured gemstones and innovative techniques.

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