Saudi crown prince: Royal reserve development addresses environmental challenges

Saudi crown prince: Royal reserve development addresses environmental challenges
Saudi crown prince: Royal reserve development addresses environmental challenges

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Jeddah - Yasmine El Tohamy - RIYADH: The accessories pavilion at the International Saudi Falcons and Hunting Exhibition has seen a significant number of visitors viewing gold, silver, and diamond-encrusted jewelry.

Italy’s Dovile De Angelis, an exhibitor at the accessories pavilion, said that she was participating for the first time in the Riyadh exhibition.

Her rarely displayed items include gloves, and hoods and anklets for falcons, some encrusted with diamonds, gold and silver.

De Angelis said that the precious stones were cut by hand to be presented as gifts to falconers, falconry enthusiasts and those interested in valuable collectibles.

She added that the pavilion also features items such as prayer beads, rings and accessories inspired by the Islamic style.

The traditional knitting pavilion at the exhibition has also attracted visitors to its display of heritage textiles, accessories and handicrafts.

Umm Ghazal said that she had been involved in making woven woolen handicrafts since she was a child. She now makes women’s and children’s shoes, hats, bracelets, baskets, gift bags, gloves and accessories.

Ghazal added that she can make a pair of shoes in about an hour, but stressed that she was keen for her creations to integrate with the spirit of Saudi heritage and history.

She thanked Saudi Falcons Club for offering craftspeople the opportunity to take part in the exhibition.

Umm Matlaq, who specializes in weaving Sadu textiles, said that visitors to the exhibition were keen to learn about the secrets of weaving and its stages of production.

She added: “We are proud of the legacy of our ancestors who pursued various trades to meet the needs of society, including Sadu weaving, which women in particular are renowned for.”

The International Saudi Falcons and Hunting Exhibition, which is hosted by the Saudi Falcons Club at its headquarters in Malham, north of Riyadh, runs until Oct. 14. It opens its doors to visitors daily between 4 p.m. and 11 p.m.

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