Three Generations Of Master Carpenters And The Finest Architectural Design
It began with the palace of Farouk, king of Iraq, in the 1920’s. Shabtai Mistriel, who immigrated to Israel in the early 20’s, became work manager of the Krinitzi carpentry (Krinitzi later became mayor of Ramat Gan). Together, they designed and built the furniture for the luxurious palace of the king of Iraq.
In 1939, Shabtai Mistriel established the Mistriel carpentry and became a renowned master craftsman in his field.
In time, Shabtai was joined by two of his sons, who inherited his talent and continued his unique path – carpentry of uncompromising quality – in materials, production methods and finish. Continue…