Gaillard Jewelry Maker's Mark

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Lucien Gaillard

Maker's Mark Name/Period Location Specialty

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Lucien Gaillard
b.1860
Paris
France
18440
• Firm Founded by Amédée Galliard.
• Made gilt copper jewels.
1860
• Son Ernst took over the firm.
• Made silver jewels.
c.1869
• Worked in niello - unusual outside of Russia, Germany & Austria.
• Japanese-Style Inlay.
1878
• Lucien joins the firm as an apprentice.
• Interested in Japanese metal techniques.
1889
• International Exhibition, Paris - Gold Medal for Engraving and "Legion d'Honnour.
1892
• Lucien, took over the firm.
• Heavily influenced by Japanese art.
• Studied metallurgical procedures such as plating, patination and alloying.
Enamel, Niello & Patination.
Art Nouveau Jewels with Insects, Flowers & Trees - Featuring Organic Materials.
1900
• Grand Prix and the Paris World Exhibition in Bijouterie-Joaillerie.
1933
• Death of Lucien Gaillard.
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