(MENAFN - Arab News) New collections from French fine jewelry designer Akillis, drew rave reviews from aficionados and connoisseurs at the recent Jewellery Arabia 2011 in Bahrain.
The event drew more than 50,000 visitors.
Exhibiting for the second time at this epochal event, Akillis made its presence felt on the pavilion of leading Bahrain jeweler BJC (Bahrain Jewellery Center). Itjoined eminent luxury brands such as Chopard, Harry Winston, Omega and Piaget amongst numerous others.
Following the success of their initial foray into the event last year, Akillis rolled out exquisite collections for the discerning Middle East audience including the "puzzle" necklace made of 18-carat gold, set with no less than 1800 meticulously selected diamonds.
In addition, Akillis also presented its new collections including the Mini Bang Bang and the Mini Puzzle - intricately-crafted delicate sets of pendants, charms bracelets, clip earrings and rings, available in 18-carat white gold, pink gold or yellow gold, in full gold version or with diamond settings.
Not surprisingly, the Mini Puzzle chain ring, already a big success in France, was the best-selling piece for Akillis this year at the event.
With its original designs, Akillis rejuvenates and revitalizes the traditional world of French fine jewelry while capitalizing on its know-how (each and every piece is hand made in France).
Akillis, currently anchored in France and in Russia, wishes to further develop its presence in the discerning markets of the Middle East.