Falize Jewelry Maker's Mark

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Falize

Maker's Mark Name/Period Location Specialty
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Alexis Falize

Lucien Falize
e.1838
Paris
Alexis Falize
1833-35
• Trained at Mellerio Frères
Cloisonné Jewelry.
1838
• Takes over Aristide Joureau-Robin's workshop.
1839
• Birth of Lucien Falize.
1841
• Registers master mark.
• Never exhibits under his own name.
• Created Japanese motif enamel medallions, pendants, etc.
1848
• Begins to create designs for Boucheron and others.
1856
• Lucien joins the firm.
1862
• Lucien is influenced by the International Exhibition in London and the Japanese items on exhibit there.
bull; Developed a style of cloisonné which he exhibited at the Paris Exhibition.
1876
• Alexis Falize retires.
1878
Legion d'Honneur and Grand Prix at the Exposition Universelle
c.1880-1892
• Partnersihp with Germain Bapst Forming Bapst & Falize.
1894
• Lucien's son André joins the firm.
1897
• Lucien Falize dies.
• Lucein Falize's Sons form Falize Frères.
1898
• Alexis Falize Dies.
1900
Falize Frères win Grand Prix at the Exhibition
1904
• Serbian Crown Jewels
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