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The Second World War. David ended up in an orphanage and was adopted by a childless family of a jewelr who was from Poland. The boy (David) became his student. According to records left at the orphanage, the Nazis found David. The adoptive mother, who loved David like a son, gave him a bunch of diamonds, hoping to help him escape and save his life
Thanks to the diamonds he received, David survived the Holocaust. He comes to Israel, marries a local girl, Rosa, and is engaged in cutting diamonds and precious stones.
In this significant year, David and Rosa have a son, Abraham (Avi), their only child and the future founder of IDC.
Traditions are passed from father to son. David teaches Avi jewelry art, transferring knowledge to his son, achieving accuracy and quality. They work from home, next to the Diamond Exchange.
A turning point in fate. Avi’s father dies. An 18-year-old boy is responsible for taking care of the whole family. He continues to be engaged in jewelry, keeping the reputation of his father and love for the profession. As the only son of a deaf mother, he received special permission to create a jewelry workshop in the army, where he can work on his free time. “I quickly realized that the diamond setting is the bridge between the jeweler and the diamantaire and it all depends on the diamond setter whether the jewelry will look amaizing or ordinary.
Exciting events. Avi Tavisal opens his first jewelry store “Tavisal Jewelery” and two years later he becomes a member of the Diamond Exchange.
Avi and his wife Emma found IDC – Israel Diamond Center. Their benchmarks: the availability of jewelry and diamonds for any wallet, a wide range of clients in Israel and abroad. All stages of production are carried out under one roof – from diamond cutting to customer service.
The Gulf War. Avi receives a letter of honor from the President of the United States for creating a concept jewelery, in the spirit of the times. Hundreds of Allied soldiers arrived especially to IDC in order to purchase this item.
A new generation in the family business. Yael and Daniel, both with degrees in business administration, join IDC.
An historical achievement. IDC receives an Israeli patent for the unique Moriah Collection, the only jewelry collection in the world that combines a historically valuable stone from the Temple Mount, gold and diamonds.
DIGITAL. The younger generation is implementing a digital system for online jewelry marketing in the global market:
“We feel extremly fortunante and we deeply value the world of diamonds “.