The 17th Doha Jewellery and Watches Exhibition offers visitors educational workshops


The Doha Jewelry and Watches Exhibition (DJWE) not only presents the latest trends and collections in luxury jewelry, it is also one of a few exhibitions of its scale that allows consumers to purchase the precious gems and timepieces on display, as well as take advantage of classes and workshops led by industry experts.


Returning for its second year, Qatar Watch Club is organizing a series of panel discussions and educational workshops for the public. The club will host two sessions daily, from 5pm to 7pm, and one class on Friday and Saturday between 6pm and 7pm. Leading watch brands Ulysse Nardin, Chanel, Greubel Forsey, TAG Heuer, HYT, Moser, Chopard, and Nomos will also participate in these sessions.


"We offer workshops to celebrate the beauty and rarity of natural diamonds, as well as the exclusivity and cachet they provide to owners," said Rachel Sahar, gemologist. "Through colors, property, and uniqueness, a diamond can express the personality of its wearer. As lovers of diamond and jewellery, the Qatari public is quite knowledgeable, and those who are not are eager to learn."

Diamond trading platform UNI, in cooperation with De Beers Group Institute of Diamonds, is presenting workshops entitled “The Art of Rarity,” led by international diamond expert Rachel Sahar. Three workshops and panels will be held daily throughout the exhibition, covering topics such as coloured natural diamonds, unique diamond properties, buyers' confidence, and assessing quality.


"We offer workshops to celebrate the beauty and rarity of natural diamonds, as well as the exclusivity and cachet they provide to owners," said Rachel Sahar, gemologist. "Through colors, property, and uniqueness, a diamond can express the personality of its wearer. As lovers of diamond and jewelry, the Qatari public is quite knowledgeable, and those who are not are eager to learn."


As part of the exhibition’s commitment to creating an inclusive event, organizers have partnered with Mada Center to make the show accessible for visitors with functional limitations, disabilities and for the elderly.

Those interested in attending any of the DJWE workshops can register through www.djwe.qa.



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