Al Mahmood Pearls, a name synonymous with the pearling industry in the Kingdom of Bahrain for the excellence it emanates in all its products, announced its participation in the highly distinguished Jewellery Arabia 2015 that will take place from the 24th to the 28th of November, 2015 at the Bahrain International Exhibition & Convention Centre under the patronage of His Royal Highness Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa, the Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Bahrain.
The 5-day spectacular will feature over 600 exhibitors from 30 nations who will spread their precious array across an area of 18,000 square metres. On display will be a huge range of finished jewellery, luxury timepieces, precious stones, antiques, objets d’art, jewellery packaging and technology from across the globe.
Eminent jewellery houses will be making a return appearance at the 24th edition of the Middle East’s premier jewellery and watch exhibition, including major brand names. Many of these high profile international jewellery and watch brands will use the exhibition as a platform to introduce exclusive collections and limited edition pieces to the Middle East collector’s market.
And being one of the most renowned jewellery showrooms for pearls in the Middle East, it is only fitting that Al Mahmood Pearls has revealed its intention to unveil an exclusive new collection comprising of its famed, personally collected, hand crafted precious Bahraini pearls in Jewellery Arabia 2015, amongst its elite peers in the global jewellery industry.
Speaking on this occasion, the General Manager of Al Mahmood Pearls Group, Mr. Mohamed Al Mahmood said: “I take this opportunity to express my immense pleasure at the announcement that Al Mahmood Pearls will be participating in this year’s edition of Jewellery Arabia as well. It brings us great joy to be back here again, among our fellow enthusiasts of the refined and cultured as it is especially here that our products are appreciated in depth and understood for the masterpieces they are.”
“With Jewellery Arabia being the venue for the showcasing of the largest display of luxury items and technology in this industry in the Middle East, it is the perfect place for us to be launching our exquisite new collection that was made solely for this occasion. The new lineup was made to impress even the classiest and most tasteful connoisseur and we look forward to be sharing with our visitors the fruits of our commitment to tailoring our to be introduced products to match the scale, scope and grandiose nature of the exhibition,” he added.
In 1982, Abdul Razak Al Mahmood established his first pearl Jewelry showroom in the old souq and today, Al Mahmood Pearls showrooms can be found in some of the most prestigious locations in the Kingdom of Bahrain. Nearly a century ago, when pearl diving industry was at its peak, Abdul Razak Al Mahmood’s father had a prestigious job, that of a Tawash of a pearl diving team. His insights acquired through years of experience stayed within the family and this is one of the reasons why Al Mahmood Pearls is the leading dealer of the natural pearls in Bahrain.
Abdul Razak Al Mahmood’s expertise in the field is undisputed and this fact was sealed in history by the then Amir of Bahrain – H.H. Shaikh Isa Bin Al Khalifa in 1998 who presented him with the title ‘ Shaikh of Pearls’.
At Al Mahmood Pearls, one can discover the alluring magic of natural pearls, which are directly purchased from divers. Each pearl is encased in breathtaking designs created by a team of highly skilled and artistic professionals in Al Mahmood Pearls own workshop facility. One can rightly say that each piece of jewellery at Al Mahmood Pearls is an heirloom to be treasured for generations.
Over the years, Al Mahmood Pearls has also gained the distinction of being the sole distributor of some of the world’s most famous watch brands and diamond embellished jewellery.
The 23rd edition of Jewellery Arabia that was held in 2014 attracted over 50,000 visitors, 30% of the total of which were drawn from the region’s single largest jewellery market, Saudi Arabia, with significant support also coming from Kuwait, Qatar, Oman, the United Arab Emirates and other neighbouring countries. Complementing these iconic brands were large national groups of retailers, designers and manufacturers from leading jewellery export countries including Germany, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Turkey and the UK.