Rare falcon accessories and precious jewelry in Riyadh exhibition

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The accessories pavilion at the International Saudi Falcons and Hunting Exhibition has drawn considerable attention from visitors.

RIYADH, Saudi Arabia, Oct 8, (Agencies): The accessories pavilion at the International Saudi Falcons and Hunting Exhibition has drawn considerable attention from visitors, showcasing a dazzling array of gold, silver, and diamond-encrusted jewelry.

Italian exhibitor Dovile De Angelis, participating in the Riyadh exhibition for the first time, unveiled her rarely displayed items, including gloves, hoods, and anklets specially designed for falcons, some adorned with exquisite diamonds, gold, and silver.

De Angelis highlighted the meticulous craftsmanship involved in hand-cutting precious stones, which are intended as exquisite gifts for falconers, falconry enthusiasts, and collectors of valuable treasures. Additionally, the pavilion features a diverse collection of prayer beads, rings, and accessories inspired by Islamic aesthetics.

Meanwhile, the traditional knitting pavilion has captured the attention of exhibition attendees with its showcase of heritage textiles, accessories, and handicrafts.

Umm Ghazal, a seasoned artisan who has been crafting woven woolen items since childhood, now creates an assortment of women’s and children’s shoes, hats, bracelets, baskets, gift bags, gloves, and accessories. She takes pride in her ability to craft a pair of shoes in just an hour and emphasizes the importance of infusing her creations with the spirit of Saudi heritage and history.

Expressing gratitude to the Saudi Falcons Club for providing artisans with the opportunity to participate in the exhibition, Umm Ghazal highlighted the significance of preserving traditional crafts and skills.

Umm Matlaq, a specialist in Sadu textile weaving, noted that exhibition visitors were eager to learn about the art of weaving and the various stages of production. She underscored the rich legacy of ancestral trades, particularly Sadu weaving, for which women have been renowned.

The International Saudi Falcons and Hunting Exhibition, hosted by the Saudi Falcons Club at its Malham headquarters north of Riyadh, will continue until October 14th. The exhibition welcomes visitors daily from 4 p.m. to 11 p.m.

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