Perrelet will be one of the protagonists in the 23rd edition of Jewellery Arabia, the prestigious Middle East watch and jewellery exhibition to be held from November 18th to 22nd in Manama, Bahrain.

Present for the third straight year on the Asia Jewellers booth, the Swiss brand’s local partner, Perrelet will unveil its 2014 new releases to a public composed of professionals and enthusiasts. There will be a special focus on the men’s collection Turbine Pilot, Turbine Yacht and Turbine Skeleton.


Perrelet will be one of the protagonists in the 23rd edition of Jewellery Arabia, the prestigious Middle East watch and jewellery exhibition to be held from November 18th to 22nd in Manama, Bahrain.

Present for the third straight year on the Asia Jewellers booth, the Swiss brand’s local partner, Perrelet will unveil its 2014 new releases to a public composed of professionals and enthusiasts. There will be a special focus on the men’s collection Turbine Pilot, Turbine Yacht and Turbine Skeleton.

The new Turbine Pilot collection by Perrelet associates the Turbine concept with that of the circular aviation slide rule: a new technical and stylistic exercise for a truly unique aviator watch.

The Turbine Yacht collection, a new watch line that will prove an excellent seagoing companion, combining Perrelet’s famous Turbine with a function stemming from the maritime world: the windrose. The Turbine Yacht, an evolved version of the Turbine Diver model, combines within a single watch the aesthetic and ornamental design codes of the most prestigious ships.

Perrelet mingles its technical expertise with a flair for contemporary aesthetics in creating the Turbine Skeleton collection. For the very first time, the Maison combines a skeleton movement with a turbine, thereby completely reinventing its iconic model.

Created in 1992, the yearly Jewellery Arabia exhibition has steadily established itself as the major watch and jewellery event in the Middle East. The last edition welcomed 48,470 visitors and 550 of the most important companies in the field from around the world.