This second look is in collaboration with Azza Fine Jewellery by Azza Alhujairi at Bahrain Fort in the Kingdom of Bahrain. This massive fortress is the result of a long architectural development between the 15th and early 17th century AD, as it became a crucial strategic location along the trade routes to India and China.


Wearing jewellery pieces with natural pearls from Eden Collection  by AZZA Fine Jewellery and traditional Jalabeeyas from the private collection of Shooq AlShawi.


The Eden collection is inspired by mythology and history highlighting Bahrain as the Garden of Eden. Blessed by the rarest gem, the natural pearl, laying on its sea beds, AZZA Fine Jewellery created a collection reflecting the different colours and forms in which these natural pearls can be found in.





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