Persian Nights byEnchanté– A Charming JewelryExhibition

Women around the world like to adorn themselves with captivating jewelry to enhance their beauty. However, there are only few of them who take a step further and put together all these amazing pieces at one place so that others, like me and you, can quickly select the right pieces to add to our collection. One of such gems is Sukaina Abbas of Enchanté who recently held her ‘Persian Nights – The Timeless Saga’ exhibition in Karachi at Gon Pacci. This was her fifth exhibition in two years i.e. since her inception in the market, which is commendable.


Just like its name, the exhibition showcased a timeless collection of sterling silver jewelry which was mainly inspired by the Persian Crown Jewels. Each piece was unique in itself and was an emblem of the rich Persian heritage.


Abbas displayed a wide range of stone studded rings, earrings, necklaces, bracelets / bangles and pendants. She mostly used precious and semi-precious stones such as Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald, Cheetum, Onyx, Zircons, Turquoise and Jade in her exquisite jewelry. She also had the traditional bridal kundun sets that were absolutely amazing and would beautify any bride who wears it.



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One of the best things that I loved about her collection was the ravishing Iranian Turquoise jewelry and Persian calligraphy-engraved pieces. They looked aesthetically pleasant and were meticulously designed with perfection.




To keep the jewelry protected from tarnishing, Abbas coated it with silver plating and, to my surprise, some were even plated with 22 karat gold. This ensures an enduring shine and keeps the ornaments protected from moisture for a long time.


Renowned actors such as Anwer Maqsood, socialites and bloggers were there to appreciate her unmatchable and sophisticated collection. The event was covered under the hashtag #PersianNightsByEnchante on social media.

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In a nutshell, the exhibition was a huge success. It introduced breathtakingly magnificent Persian jewelry with noticeable cuts and elegant jewelry that is wearable and easy to carry. Her collection reflects an amalgamation of the fading traditional jewelry with a touch of modernity – exactly what the woman of the new age demands!

How to Place an Order

You can select your favorite pieces from and place your orders at You can also visit the brand on its social media pages on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram

About Sukaina Abbas – The Brain behind Enchanté

Sukaina Abbas is a software Engineer who started Enchanté to pursue her passion for fine jewelry. She believes in making enchanted pieces at affordable prices for modern women and charges just the right price – nothing more, nothing less. For her, quality, customers’ satisfaction and trust are the fundamental principles of business which she cannot compromise on.

According to Abbas, “It is more of a passion than a businesses to her

She is already catering to a number of local and international clientele and plans to introduce different and innovate trends in the market with her designs in near future. Her last exhibition was held at the The SAARC Chamber Women Entrepreneurs Council in Jan 2015.

I wish Abbas and Enchante all the very best for their future and hope to see them flourishing down the road. Keep u the good work!

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One thought on “Persian Nights byEnchanté– A Charming JewelryExhibition

  1. Hi my name is Jacqueline and I just wanted to drop you a quick note here instead of calling you. I discovered your Persian Nights byEnchanté– A Charming JewelryExhibition | Contemporary Marketing page and found it quite interesting. Way to go!

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