His son, Morteza Javaheri, continued his
father’s work and became a very well known jewelry merchant of the
time. He too was honored, with a school in his name.
Kourosh Goharbin’s father, Mahmood
Goharbin also followed the footsteps of his father and grandfather
before him. He opened his first jewelry store in 1921 located in
Lalezar, the high profile area of Tehran. His interest in the jewelry
industry was vast and he gained extensive experience in his profession.
He has trained many people who are well known in Iran and abroad. At the
present, some of his and his brother Ahmad Jahan’s works are kept in
the Royal Jewelry Museum of the Central Bank.
Kourosh Goharbin worked with his father
since childhood and benefitted a lot from his father’s experiences. His
interest in the 7000 years of art by jewelry artisans in Iran and Egypt
that has been showcased in museums all over the world helped develop his
vision and outlook.
He then established his own company in
1976 in Taleghani Ave, Tehran. In 1999, Koroush relocated his store on
Bijan St., Tehran and moved to his new state of art and one of the kind
showrooms on Vali Asr Ave., Tehran.