MUSCAT : In line with its celebrations for Oman’s 50th National Day, Jawahir Oman, the nation’s leading luxury jewellery brand, announced the launch of a sales campaign with up to 50% off on all jewellery collections at its showroom in Al Qurum.
Commenting on this occasion, Marco Belgrado, General Manager at Jawahir Oman said, “Fifty years of continuous development is more than a reason to celebrate this year. Therefore, we decided to launch this first-of-its-kind campaign to mark this special occasion. An occasion that is close to the heart of every Omani and celebrates half a century of development and building the modern Omani Renaissance.”
The sale provides the unique opportunity to avail up to 50% off on all Jawahir Oman pieces and jewellery collections and will end on November 18, 2020. Perfect for purchasing amazing contemporary jewellery, inspired by Oman’s elaborate history, and including exclusive Jawahir Oman designs such as its Mushawak Collection.
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The 50th National Day sale also includes a set of unique designs that pay tribute to this important occasion. The 50th National Day set includes a yellow gold necklace with green malachite, mother of pearl or red onyx inlay, with the number 50 beautifully engraved in its centre. An unforgettable memento of this special day, which marks the beginning of a new era of the Omani Renaissance, established by the late Sultan Qaboos bin Said bin Taimur over the past five decades, and continued today under the leadership of His Majesty Sultan Haitham bin Tarik – May Allah protect him.
“We are confident that our dear customers will appreciate this initiative, which offers them the best possible value for a unique collection from Jawahir Oman,” he added.
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