Damas, the region's international jewellery and watch retailer, has announced that it will host its biggest ever sale, located at its main vault in DMCC, Dubai, from May 31st - June 9th, 2012.
The end of season sale offers between 25 to 70% off selected jewellery and watches from Damas and its international brands. Customers can also receive a gift on selected purchases of gold, diamond and pearl jewellery plus watches.
"This is the perfect opportunity to buy gifts for your loved ones ahead of the summer season when a lot of people travel to visit family and friends," said Imtiyaz Mohammed, Manager - Inventory Management, Damas. "This end of season sale offers the chance for our customers to receive great value with the highest quality products that Damas is renowned for."
The sale is open to the public for ten days only. The opening hours are 10am until 8pm daily at the Damas Vault, located next to its head office on the main road in Jumeriah Lakes Towers, DMCC, Dubai.
Headquartered in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Damas is the Middle East's leading international jewellery and watch retailer. Founded in 1907, the company today operates more than 300 stores distributed across 12 countries, most of which are located in the GCC region. The company has grown from a UAE-based retailer into a global brand name, and is also the retailer for a large portfolio of renowned global luxury brands including Tiffany & Co., Roberto Coin, Paspaley, Mikimoto, Carrera y Carrera, Girard Perregaux, Vacheron Constantin, among many others. Damas' popular in-house brands include Farfasha, Gehna, Hayati, Fulla, Legacy, and many more.
An ongoing commitment to setting benchmark standards in quality, craftsmanship and customer service have enabled Damas to win many prestigious awards including the exclusive De Beers Award 2000, 2004 and 2007 for jewellery design. Damas contributes to the communities in which it operates and is a proud Middle Eastern brand with a long history of success.
The company is listed on Nasdaq Dubai (former Dubai International Financial Exchange) as Damas International Limited under the ticker "Damas."
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