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In the 19th century, the Lebanese Tabbah family, based then in Zahle, specialized in engraving wooden blocks for silk printing.In the 19th century, the Tabbah family specialized in engraving wooden blocks for silk printing.In 1862, Joseph Tabbah founded Tabbah as a jewelry house, having learned the art of engraving printing blocks from his own father.In 1945, third-generation Nagib Tabbah founded Tabbah's workshop in Bab Idriss and employed 50 craftsmen.Tabbah is about bespoke jewelry.At House of Tabbah, clients are guided to what suits them best.Tabbah's bespoke service extends outside of Lebanon and Tabbah has catered to clients worldwide.Five minutes away from the boutique, lies Tabbah's current workshop, near Karantina, where all Tabbah creations are produced under one roof, from designing to goldsmith, polishing and setting.In 2012, Tabbah celebrated its 150th anniversary and continues its growth and expansion as a vanguard of bespoke jewelry making in the world.
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