27 March 2007

Faberge's presented in Dubai by Damas

Faberge timeless pieces have gained popularity because of their outstanding design and craftsmanship that transcend time.
The watches from the latest collection presented by Damas Group recently in Al Mooroj Rotana have the unmistakable Fabergé look. They have fire-enameled and hand-glitched dials that identify each watch as a precious object.
The production of each Faberge timepiece is guided by the same rigorous process applied during the era of the Russian Tsars. There is a growing appreciation for hand-crafted objects worldwide and Faberge watches epitomise the finest craftsmanship following this vanishing tradition. In many parts of the world where Faberge is present, there is always an exclusive segment that prefers timeless beauty over passing trends, the romance of hand-made over the mass produced.
Damas, the international jewelery and watch retailer is the exclusive seller of Faberge precious watch collection in the UAE market.
Two collections for men are presented - Agathon and Carrée, each composed of unique pieces that are perfect objects of rare beauty.
AGATHON pays homage to Carl Peter Fabergé's little-known younger brother who was a brilliant designer. The application of the best of traditional and modern watch making technologies makes these timepieces ideal for the gentleman with a taste.
The Carrée Collection represents the Old Master's pre-Revolutionary concept of time. To complete the classic look, the characteristic rectangular case harks back to Fabergé's early designs for wristwatches.
Anastasia is one of the ladies collection. The oval case encloses sapphire glass.
Agathon Medium Lady Series, another line for ladies is expected to be a big hit among customers once it's launched in the market. This collection is eagerly awaited by many women as a statement of self-confidence and acknowledgment of their own femininity.
The Faberge Watch Collections are available at Damas Boutiques in Mall of the Emirates, SAKS 5th Avenue and Emirates Towers.

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