Artisan. Businessman. Inventor. Father.
"James Michael Kelly taught me about being an artist," he says. But there was more than just learning to design rings.
Passion. Quality. Service.
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A great example of the cultural diversity that is uniquely Oklahoma, Massoud came to the United States in the early '70s. After attending Norman High School and The University of Oklahoma, majoring in business administration, he and his wife Kathleen, who is his business partner, an artist and painter, moved to Tulsa in 1978. It was then, at Philbrook when his hidden talent and passion was discovered (3rd Generation jeweler and old-world artisan) by James Michael Kelly, the curator of Philbrook Museum School of Art.
Massoud's passion extends beyond design. He is an inventor as well, having received a patent on an innovative new necklace safety clasp that he brought to U.S. and world markets. He is also committed to giving back and honoring the people who helped him. "It comes full circle," Massoud notes. "I've got apprentices in my store, and I'm helping them just like James Michael Kelly helped me so long ago." In addition, he's also on the Advisory Board of several local and state technical schools and universities.
When you meet Massoud Moheb, you're meeting an artisan, businessman, proud father, inventor, and naturalized citizen. He shares his enthusiasm for the life he's been given and the opportunity to live it. At the heart of it all is a generous, caring spirit, something that is uniquely Oklahoma.