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Mazlo is a jewellery house of Lebanese origin, established in Paris since 1977.[1][2][3]

Its origins date back to the fifteenth century, when the founder of the dynasty, Georgius Sayegh el-Mazloum left Lebanon to settle in Venice.[4]

Since the early-1970s, the house is based in Paris and headed by Robert Mazloum said "Mazlo." Goldsmith and jeweler, he revives the family's traditions by creating one off bespoke jewellery pieces.[5]

Parallel to his Haute Joaillerie pieces, he develops a line of prayer beads called "Masbahas" for the Gulf countries, distributed in Tanagra concept stores.[6][7]

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  1. ^ "L'atelier Mazloum présente ses bijoux contemporains". La Revue du Liban (in French). March 1974.
  2. ^ "" Craze in Beirut ", Fresk look at jewelry in enamel". The Daily Star. September 1969.
  3. ^ "" Une griffe libanaise dans la bijouterie internationale ", Des créations originales signées Mazlo". L'Orient - Le Jour (in French). August 1981.
  4. ^ "Zeitloser Schmuck von Mazlo". Goldschmiede Zeitung (in German). April 1980.
  5. ^ "Les bijoux Mazlo assument fleurs, fruits et personnages dans une seule poétique". RFBH (in French). September 1978.
  6. ^ "" Robert Mazlo", Let them learn to love earth". Adam&eve. April 2010.
  7. ^ "" Mazlo Masbaha", Genuine creativity". Ghost. August 2011.

See also


  • Beth Bernstein (2015). If These Jewels Could Talk: The Legends Behind Celebrity Gems. Antique Collectors Club Dist. ISBN 1851498079.
  • Claude Mazloum (1993). L'art de la joaillerie contemporaine. Gremese International. ISBN 88-7301-022-9.
  • Claude Mazloum (1999). Jewelry Design in the 21st Century. Gremese International. ISBN 88-7301-310-4.
  • Jocelyne Ruther (1971). Les Bijoux. Fayard.

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