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Tabbah jewelry

Tabbah jewelry is a unique product of the Middle Eastern jewelry house Tabbah, which traces its history back to 1862, when Joseph Tabbah, a gold and silver engraver on silk, started making jewelry in Beirut (Lebanon). He transferred his mastery of matrix engraving to precious stones and metals. For more than 150 years, Tabbah jewelers have been making luxurious precious jewelry individually for Middle Eastern sheikhs and their families, perfecting their craftsmanship and processing techniques, and passing on knowledge and skills from generation to generation.

Now Tabbah is an internationally recognized jewelry brand known among collectors all over the world. The brand gained world popularity in the second half of the 20th century, when some Tabbah jewelry began to appear at international auctions such as Christie’s and Sotheby’s, where they were exhibited by members of Middle Eastern royal families, selling off part of their collections.

The Tabbah jewelry house is the most famous buyer of large diamonds, among them “The Blue Lily”, “The Red Cross”, “The Jonker”, “Eshberg ” (The Ashberg) and “Light of the world” (The Zale Light of Peace).

Great design, oriental luxury, centuries-old experience – this is all Tabbah jewelry.