Skip to main content

Number of firsts at the 18th DJWE


The region’s only business-to-customer show of its kind is back to Doha Exhibition and Conference Centre (DECC) this week. 

Number of firsts at the 18th DJWE

The region’s only business-to-customer show of its kind is back to Doha Exhibition and Conference Centre (DECC) this week. Here are some special displays jewellery and watch connoisseurs should keep an eye out for:

Louis Vuitton’s Saturne necklace

The showstopper piece will be presented for the first time at DJWE [Booth C8]. The necklace is an extraordinary creation of 186.42 carats featuring more than 140 multi-coloured sapphires and diamonds. Make sure to take note of LV’s patented diamond cuts which are based on the luxury brand’s iconic monogram flowers – a round-cut flower diamond, and a pointed-cut flower diamond.

Gaga Milano’s collection

Participating in DJWE for the first time ever, Italian watchmaker Gagà Milano is ready to dazzle watch aficionados with its horological creations [Booth B16]. Visitors to its stand are invited to explore a range of its collections including Quirky Tourbillon, Napoleone, Manuale 48 mm, and Skeleton 48 mm some of which have limited edition pieces and feature its signature combination of tradition, attention to detail, and a pinch of whimsy.

Mouawad Regina Suite and Dragon Suite

The Lebanese jewellery powerhouse, Mouawad, will reveal iconic pieces that are fit for royalty [Booth D1]. In an innovative twist, the Regina Suite features a dazzling necklace that turns into a crown, while the Dragon Suite is beautifully set with the largest yellow diamond of its type, as graded by GIA.

Gems and Metals Calibration Lab (GMCL)

Visitors wishing to delve deeper into the world of gems and precious metals are welcome to visit Qatar’s very own GMCL stand which will be present at DJWE for the first time ever [Booth A8a]. Established after five years of local market research and an affiliate of the International Gemological Institute (IGI), GMCL is on a mission to raise awareness on the importance of grading and help ensure products available in Qatar’s market meet international standards.

With more than 500 exhibitors from 10 countries exhibiting at DJWE this year, the 18th edition provides an extensive display of classic and contemporary luxury collections by internationally recognised brands and designers as well as local designers.

Doors are on Monday 9 – Thursday 12, May: 12:00-22:00; Friday, 13 May: 16:00-22:00; and Saturday, 14 May 12:00-22:00.

For media-related inquiries, please contact Qatar Tourism’s Press Office on:

+974 3392 4466 |  

About Qatar Tourism

Qatar Tourism’s mission is to establish Qatar as a place where cultural authenticity meets modernity, and where people of the world come together to experience unique offerings in culture, sports, business and family entertainment, rooted in Service Excellence. Qatar Tourism will regulate and develop the tourism industry, encouraging investment from the private sector. It will set the national strategy for the tourism sector, reviewing it periodically and overseeing its implementation, with the aim of diversifying tourism offerings in the country and increasing visitor spend. Through our network of international offices in priority markets, and cutting-edge digital platforms, Qatar Tourism is expanding Qatar’s presence globally and enhancing the tourism sector.