At the UN Women And The Alwaleed Philanthropies Charity tea event, all eyes were on the stunning collections presented by Nadine Jewellery. The event celebrated Alwaleed Philanthropies becoming part of the UN Women’s Initiative to “Make Every Woman and Girl Count” - and with the brand being founded by third generation luxury entrepreneur Nadine Attar and focused on jewels filled with character, the collections were the perfect accompaniment.
The Saudi fine jewellery brand is rapidly building an international reputation for designs inspired by nature, spirituality, and culture, with each piece handmade in Italy.
Sirr Ocean locket, Dhs35,250, and Sirr Olive enamel locket, Dhs27,450, Nadine Jewellery
Highlights on view included the antique-influenced Sirr lockets, created in 18-karat rose, yellow or white gold with smatterings of diamonds, sapphires and enamel detail, as well as the Neda collection, which reinterprets dew drops with sleek, minimalist designs in plain precious metals or adorned with gems.
Neda Brillianti bracelet, Dhs17,850, Nadine Jewellery
The brand also boasts High Jewellery collections, and pieces from the Goldenrods line were showcased at the event. Inspired by the fantastical world from Alice in Wonderland, these creations see goldenrod wild flowers reinterpreted as polished gold branches suspending marquise and brilliant-cut diamond petals surrounding large yellow beryl centres.
Goldenrods yellow beryl and diamond earrings, Nadine Jewellery
These heirloom jewels are created to last for generations, with Nadine noting that, “The fine jewellery market had a void when it came to designs rooted in a traditional aesthetic crafted at international luxury standards; I aspired to fill that void with my brand.”
Rouh Classic ring, Dhs5,500, and Rouh Classic bracelet, Dhs8,620, Nadine Jewellery
With their exquisite designs and bursts of colour, these jewellery collections prove that she has done exactly that.