ENUGU, Nigeria (VOICE OF NAIJA) – On a balmy June Saturday night, Burna Boy clad in diamonds and serenading 80,000 fans, at the London Stadium with his hit “It’s Plenty“.
Amidst Hatton Garden’s historic jewelry hub, A Jewellers stands as a haven for stars like Burna Boy, AJ Tracey, and Floyd Mayweather, seeking unique pieces crafted by Abtin “Abs” Abbasi.
From diamond-studded watches to custom pendants, A Jewellers has redefined opulence for the UK’s elite.
Abbasi, the mastermind behind A Jewellers, transitioned from a small-scale watch enthusiast to a mogul with a client roster featuring footballers, musicians, and A-listers.
His meticulous attention to detail and innovative designs have garnered praise, with the likes of AJ Tracey commending their dedication to pushing artistic boundaries.
With over 50 shout-outs in songs and a clientele that spans across genres, A Jewellers is a household name in the world of luxury accessories. Abbasi’s journey, from a modest office to a glamorous Hatton Garden storefront, reflects his commitment to excellence and customer satisfaction.
As the taste in jewelry evolves, A Jewellers adapts, with high-complication watches and custom pieces taking center stage.
The Patek Nautilus and Aquanaut remain best sellers, but models like AP’s skeleton 15407 are soaring in demand. Despite the trend of customization, experts caution about potential drawbacks, emphasizing the importance of maintaining watch integrity.
Looking ahead, A Jewellers plans to expand its empire to the Middle East after a successful venture in Lagos.
Abbasi’s role as a trusted advisor to Nigeria’s Afrobeats stars, including Burna Boy, adds to the brand’s allure.
As plans unfold for global expansion, A Jewellers continues to shine as a beacon of luxury and innovation in the world of celebrity adornment.