Dori Mouzannar joined the family business in 1991 after receiving his degree in economics in London and continuing with a specialization in gemology.
His artistic vision and sense of perfection led him to put together a skilled team of workers and renewed the company workshops. His designs introduce modernity to traditional jewelry, creating a timeless and unique character within each individual piece. Keeping in line with his ancestor’s heritage, Dori has a daring style oriented towards seduction.
Performance, engineering, brilliance embody his vision.
Dori also designed bespoke pieces for Human Rights Watch, such as the Meteor ring and bracelet that were created to envision a global society built on justice and injustice, and were auctioned at Christie’s in London.
“Pieces of jewelry have to be wearable sculptures, and this is possible when technique and vision are put together” It all starts with the desire to design a piece of jewel that challenges form, proportions and beauty.
Dori’s designs intermingle the traditional with the modern, looking to infuse each piece with the character, timelessness, and sense of daring that his ancestors preserved for them to thrive through.
His jewels shine with bright light, they are alive with movement, beauty, volumes, sin and sensuality, bold statements, opulence, powerful use of lots of colors and stones, all meticulously set. They move, like nature’s flora, marine deep waters, and women’s curves. Dori’s preferred all time gem: The ruby stone that his father offered to his mother when he was born. Years later, Dori turned the stone into a beautiful ring set in black diamonds. A ring that remain in the family, as his mother gave it to his wife the day he got married.
Out of this story, is born the unique signature of Dori, a small ruby stone, a signature on all his creations, a powerful knock out color, the color of blood. A signature stone sitting in discretion, yet noticed at first glance.