Saudi International Luxury Week Opens In Jeddah

Emma Hodgson   |   28-04-2024

Saudi International Luxury Week opened its doors to the public this weekend, for a multi-city tour across Jeddah and Riyadh. 

The first part of the event will run until the 30th of April in Jeddah, followed by a stint in the Saudi Arabian capital from the 5th to the 9th of May. 

The event offers an awe-inspiring display of magnificent jewels, timepieces and the finest craftsmanship. 

The gathering brings together an array of internationally acclaimed Maisons and coveted independent designers from Saudi Arabia and beyond.

Highlights of the show include House of GOL’s stunning Tribeca Trifecta High Jewellery set, a bespoke masterpiece that epitomises the American diamond artisan’s extraordinary mastery. Crafted from platinum and gold, the pieces are crafted with 124.22 carats of natural colourless and fancy intense yellow diamonds. The necklace and earrings feature 480 diamonds and an additional nine oval fancy intense yellow diamonds ranging from 2.52 carats to 13.61 carats in size. Tribeca Trifecta is priced at an astonishing US$ 3.45 million.

Revered Indian jeweller Alok Lodha is presenting its impeccable savoir-faire through a collection of exquisite heirloom creations with precious and coloured gemstones. With the Lazarus necklace and matching earrings, 96.60 carats of rubies are juxtaposed with diamonds and striking staccato diamond drops and Lace of Radiance is a timeless classic, its brilliant and pear-cut diamonds free-flowing and interlaced in perfect symphony.

With almost 150 years of savoir-faire behind it, legendary George Hakim is displaying a variety of graceful jewellery crafted from meticulously selected precious stones and with the finest attention to detail. Highlights include a necklace set with 32 carats of pear-shaped and round brilliant white diamonds, contrasted with a rare 10.09-carat fancy yellow pear diamond centre, and a pair of astounding sapphire earrings complemented by different gold tones. 

Other star pieces are Nsouli Jewelry’s one-of-a-kind diamond creations, including a breathtaking trio of high jewellery statement necklaces each featuring over 40 carats of sparkling, cascading diamonds. Kooheji Jewellery is also presenting its signature collections including a series of stunning bridal sets, and sophisticated and elegant high jewellery crafted to perfection.

Also on display are FerriFirenze’s exquisite new Ninfea, Elica and Bamboo collections. Ninfea pays homage to the delicate water lilies gracing the fountain at the celebrated Italian jeweller’s historic villa in Florence. Also crafted in gold, and adorned with diamonds, Elica is a three-dimensional marvel inspired by the helix; Bamboo draws inspiration from the villa’s lush botanical legacy. Each transcends the realms of jewellery true to FerriFirenze’s philosophy, where each creation reflects the beauty, heritage, and allure of Italian opulence.

As well as international and regional powerhouses, this year’s event sees a host of independent jewellery designers from all corners of the globe present their masterpieces. Renowned Saudi Arabian designer Renad Al Amoudi is showing her fine jewellery and bespoke timepieces, and visionary Silvia Furmanovich from Brazil her astonishing creations that feature emeralds, tourmalines, opals and diamonds paired with the most unexpected natural materials.

Karen Suen, celebrated in her native Hong Kong and beyond, is presenting her collection of contemporary jewellery juxtaposing natural pearls, gemstones and diamonds of various hues and colours, and award-winning, technologist turned jeweller Tariq Riaz, his highly innovative and patented expandible fine jewellery collection designed for all sizes. 

From the handcrafted fine jewellery that takes you from day through to night, limited edition high jewellery creations, mesmerising bridal sets, to loose diamonds and gemstones, all of the extraordinary displays at Saudi International Luxury Week are available for immediate purchase. 

To register to attend the event, visit