Scandinavian Jewelry Maker's Marks

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Albertus, Gundorph Jewelry Maker's Mark

Gundorph Albertus

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Gundorph Albertus
Denmark
Copenhagen
1887 - 1970

Specialties

  • Silversmith & Sculptor
  • Graduate of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts, 1915.
  • Worked as a silversmith in Munich & Paris

1911

  • Joined the Jensen group from c.1911-c.1940s.
  • Worked to preserve Georg Jensen's ideals, keeping them fresh and updated.


Andersen, Just Jewelry Maker's Mark

Just Andersen

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Just Andersen
Denmark
b.Greenland, Copenhagen
1884-1943, e.1915

Specialties

1918

  • Just Andersen Pewter opened in Copenhagen.
  • With wife Alba, Silversmith & Chaser.

Designers

  • Just Andersen (1884-1943)
  • Ellen Schlanbusch c. 1950


Ballin, Mogens Jewelry Maker's Mark

Mogens Ballin

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Mogens Ballin
Denmark
Copenhagen
1871-1914

Specialties

  • Manufacturer
  • Designer in the Arts & Crafts style.
  • Considered to be a founder of the "new school" of Danish design.

1890s


Bindesbøll, Thorvald Jewelry Maker's Mark

Thorvald Bindesbøll

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Thorvald Bindesbøll
Denmark
1846-1908

Specialties

  • Danish architect and designer.
  • Jewelry designs produced by A. Michelsen for the 1900 Paris Exhibition.

Influences

  • William Morris.
  • Eastern art.


Bisgaard, Palle Jewelry Maker's Mark

Palle Bisgaard

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Palle Bisgaard
Denmark

Specialties

  • Silversmith
  • Specialized in inlay work.


Bojesens, Kaj Sølvsmedie Jewelry Maker's Mark

Kaj Sølvsmedie Bojesens

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Kaj Sølvsmedie Bojesens
Denmark
e. 1913

Specialties

  • Silversmith
  • Manufacturer

Designers

  • Kaj Bojesen, Designer (1886-1958)
  • Magnus Stephensen, Designer (1903-?)


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Cohr, Carl M. Jewelry Maker's Mark

Carl M. Cohr

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Carl M. Cohr
Denmark
Frederica
e. 1860

Specialties

  • Silversmith
  • Manufacturer
  • Founded by Ditlev Cohr passed to son Carl.
  • Proponent of skønvirke


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Dietzel, Nanna & Jørgen Jewelry Maker's Mark

Nanna & Jørgen Dietzel

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Nanna & Jørgen Dietzel
Denmark
e. 1921

Specialties

  • Nanna 1923 - 2005 & Jørgen 1921-1961
  • Trained as furniture designers.
  • Nana opened a design firm in 1946.

Nanna Designed for:


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Dragsted, A (AAGE) Jewelry Maker's Mark

A (Aage) Dragsted

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A (Aage) Dragsted
Denmark
1886-1942

Specialties

  • Manufacturer

Jewelers to

  • Royal Court of Denmark
  • Royal Court of Greece
  • Royal Court of Russia

Founder

  • Arent Nicolaj Dragsted (1821-1896)

Premier Designer

  • Aage Dragsted (1886-1942)

Designers


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Fog, Astrid Jewelry Maker's Mark

Astrid Fog

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Astrid Fog
Denmark
1911-1993

Specialties

  • Silversmith
  • Simple geometric shapes; circles, squares and rectangles with a "modernist" flair.

Designed for

  • Georg Jensen
  • Created her first jewelry collection for Jensen c.1969.
  • Designed jewelry, holloware, haute couture and ready-to-wear clothing.
  • Used her understanding of clothing and fabric to create her jewelry.



From, N.E. Jewelry Maker's Mark

N.E. From

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N.E. From
Denmark
Fyn
(1908-1986)

Specialties

  • Silversmith
  • Jeweler
  • Manufacturer with major export business.
  • Fine Quality Mass Produced Jewelry.
  • Sinewy Foliate and Floral Designs by Niels Erik From

c.1960s

  • Bold Styles by other designers


Gabrielsen, Bent Jewelry Maker's Mark

Gabrielsen, Bent

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Gabrielsen, Bent
Denmark
(1928- )

Specialties

1950-1953

  • Trained at the Danish College of Jewelry, Silversmithing and Commercial Design.

1969

  • Opened workshop in Kolding.

Designed for


Grann & Laglye Jewelry Maker's Mark

Grann & Laglye

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Grann & Laglye
Denmark
(1906-1955)

Specialties

Founders

  • Johannes Laglye
  • Johannes Grann
  • Manufacturer
  • Produced designs by Laglye & others.


Groth, S. Jewelry Maker's Mark

S. Groth

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S. Groth
Denmark

Specialties

1863-1904

  • Assay Master


Hansen, Hans Jewelry Maker's Mark

Hans Hansen

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Hans Hansen
Denmark
Kolding
(1884-1940) e.1906

Specialties

  • Silversmith
  • Manufacturer

Designers

1920s

  • Producing his own line

1932

  • Began producing jewelry.
  • Designed by Karl Gustav Hansen.

1940

  • Hans Hansen Died.
  • K.G. Hansen took over the Hans Hansen Silversmithy.

1992


Hansen, Karl Gustav Jewelry Maker's Mark

Karl Gustav Hansen

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Karl Gustav Hansen
Denmark
(1914- )

Specialties

  • Silversmith
  • Began his training at 16 with his father.
  • Opened a workshop with his father.

Designer for

1940

  • Took over the Hans Hansen Silversmithy.

2001

  • The Karl Gustav Hansen award was created.
  • Awarded each year to an outstanding Danish silver designer.



Heise, C.F. Jewelry Maker's Mark

C.F. Heise

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C.F. Heise
Denmark
1904-1932

Specialties

1904-1932

  • Assay Master 1904-1932


Herløw, Erik Jewelry Maker's Mark

Erik Herløw

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Erik Herløw
Denmark
(1913-1991)

Specialties

  • Professor: Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts.
  • Enamel on Silver

Associated with


Hertz, Bernhard Jewelry Maker's Mark

Bernhard Hertz

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Bernhard Hertz
Denmark
(1834-1909)

Specialties

  • Manufacturer
  • Involved in popularizing skønvirke


Hertz, Peter Jewelry Maker's Mark

Peter Hertz

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Peter Hertz
Denmark
Kobmagergade
(1811-1885) e.1834

Specialties

  • Royal Court Jeweler.
  • Still in business under the name P.Hertz and remains a family business.



Hingelberg, Frantz Jewelry Maker's Mark

Frantz Hingelberg

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Frantz Hingelberg
Denmark
Arhus
e.1897

Specialties

  • Silversmith
  • Manufacturer
  • Floral and foliate designs with naturalistic styling.

Designer

  • Svend Weihrauch (1899-?)


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Jensen, Georg Jewelry Maker's Mark

Georg Jensen

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Georg Jensen
Denmark
(1866-1935) e.1904

Specialties

  • Silversmith
  • Goldsmith
  • Manufacturer
  • Jeweler
  • Georg studied sculpture - Copenhagen Royal Academy.

c.1890s

1904

  • Established his own shop

Designers


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Jensen, Jørgen Jewelry Maker's Mark

Jørgen Jensen

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Jørgen Jensen
Denmark
(1895-1966) e.1931

Specialties

  • Son of Georg Jensen.
  • Manufacturer
  • Had his own workshop in Stockholm c.1923.

c. 1930s - 1962


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Jensen, Søren Georg Jewelry Maker's Mark

Søren Georg Jensen

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Søren Georg Jensen
Denmark
1917-1982

Specialties

1962 - 1974

  • Designer, Head of the Design Department - Georg Jensen



Knudsen, Anni & Bent Jewelry Maker's Mark

Anni & Bent Knudsen

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Anni & Bent Knudsen
Denmark
1927 & 1924-1997

Specialties

  • Silversmiths

Designer for

1956

  • Started their own silversmithy.


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Koppel, Henning Jewelry Maker's Mark

Henning Koppel

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Henning Koppel
Denmark
(1917-1982)

Specialties

  • Silversmith
  • Abstract & sculptural designs.
  • Studied sculpture at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Paris.
  • Studied under Harald Nielsen.

1946

  • Innovative Designer for Georg Jensen.
  • Created a vast array of jewelry, tableware and watches for Jensen.


Kyster, Holger Jewelry Maker's Mark

Holger Kyster

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Holger Kyster
Denmark
Kolding
(1872-1944) e.1900

Specialties

  • Manufacturer

Producer for


Magnussen, Erik Jewelry Maker's Mark

Erik Magnussen

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Erik Magnussen
Denmark
(1884-1961) e.1901

Specialties

  • Silversmith
  • Two years in Berlin.

1920

  • Immigrated to the U.S.

Designer for

c.1930

  • Workshop in New York.
  • Failed due to the depression.

c. 1933

  • Workshop in Los Angeles.

1939

  • Returned to Denmark
  • Worked in the "Nordic Style".


Malinowski, Arno Jewelry Maker's Mark

Arno Malinowski

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Arno Malinowski
Denmark
(1899-1976)

Specialties

  • Studied sculpture & engraving at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Art.
  • Spearheaded use of mixed-metals in Danish Jewelry.

1936-1965 Designer for


Michelsen, A. (Anton) Jewelry Maker's Mark

A. (Anton) Michelsen

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A. (Anton) Michelsen
Denmark
Copenhagen
(1809-1877) e.1841

Specialties

  • Silversmith
  • Manufacturer
  • Danish Court Jewelers.
  • Son Carl took over the firm.
  • Specialized in enamel work.

Designers

1855

  • Participated in the World Exhibition, Paris.

1877

  • Upon his death, Anton's son, Carl, took over the firm.


Nielsen, Evald Jewelry Maker's Mark

Evald Nielsen

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Evald Nielsen
Denmark
(1879-1958)

Specialties

  • Silversmith
  • Worked in the skønvirke style.
  • Trained as an Engraver & Chaser
  • S.L. Jacobson Represented his work Worldwide

Designer for

1909

  • Apprentice for Jensen.
  • Became Jensen's closest associate.
  • After Jensen's death, Nielsen carried on his work - for more than 50 years.


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Nielsen, Harald Jewelry Maker's Mark

Harald Nielsen

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Harald Nielsen
Denmark
(1892-1977)

Specialties

  • Silversmith
  • Introduced a modern style to Danish jewelry.
  • Experimented with mixed-metals.
  • Brother-in-law to Georg Jensen (3rd wife's brother).
  • Silversmith

Designer for

  • Georg Jensen
  • Artistic leader for Jensen following Georg's death.


Nielsen, Jais Jewelry Maker's Mark

Jais Nielsen

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Jais Nielsen
Denmark
(1885-1961)

Specialties

  • Used porcelain in his designs.
  • His designs were executed by A. Dragsted


Rohde, Johan Jewelry Maker's Mark

Johan Rohde

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Johan Rohde
Denmark
(1856-1935)

Specialties

  • Trained as a painter.
  • Worked primarily in gold.
  • Helped develop a skønvirke school.

c.1906 Designer for


Sigsgaard, J. Jewelry Maker's Mark

Jens Sigsgaard

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Jens Sigsgaard
Denmark
1933-1960

Specialties

  • Assay Master


Slott-Moller, Harald Jewelry Maker's Mark

Harald Slott-Moller

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Harald Slott-Moller
Denmark
(1864-1937)

Specialties

  • Jeweler
  • Specialized in Enamel.

Designer for



Strand, Karen Jewelry Maker's Mark

Karen Strand

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Karen Strand
Denmark
1824

Specialties

Designer for


Warmind, Poul Jewelry Maker's Mark

Poul Warmind

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Poul Warmind
Denmark
(1884-1930)

Specialties

Designed for


Finland

Aarikka, Kaija Jewelry Maker's Mark

Kaija Aarikka

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Kaija Aarikka
Finland
1929-

Specialties

  • Manufacturer
  • Trained in fashion and textiles.

1950

  • Began to make jewelry.
  • Specialized in wood & metal designs.


Auran Kultaseppä Jewelry Maker's Mark

Auran Kultaseppä Oy

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Auran Kultaseppä Oy
Finland

Specialties

  • Second oldest silver factory in Finland.
  • Jewelry & silver manufacturers.

1972-1975


Gardberg, Bertel Jewelry Maker's Mark

Bertel Gardberg

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Bertel Gardberg
Finland
1916-

Specialties

  • Trained at A. Michelsen in Demark.
  • Proficient in modern and abstract design.

Designer for


Granit, E. (Erik) Jewelry Maker's Mark

Erik Granit

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Erik Granit
Finland
1930-1988

Specialties

  • Manufacturer
  • Specialized in abstract modern designs and large rings.


Honkanen, Mauno Jewelry Maker's Mark

Mauno Honkanen

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Mauno Honkanen
Finland
1931-

Specialties

Designer for


Hopea-Untracht, Saara Jewelry Maker's Mark

Saara Hopea-Untracht

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Saara Hopea-Untracht
Finland
(1925-1984)

Specialties

  • Family jewelers (Ossian Hopea) for generations.
  • Married to Oppi Untracht - expert in the technical aspects of jewelry.

1940s

  • Saara designed furniture.

1950s

  • Produced art glass.
  • Experimented with large geometric jewelry produced by the family business.

1960s-1970s

  • Worked in textile design.



Häiväoja, Paula Tuulikki Jewelry Maker's Mark

Paula Tuulikki Häiväoja

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Paula Tuulikki Häiväoja
Finland
(1929-)

Specialties

1956-1963

  • Designer for
    • Kaunis Koru
    • Worked in silver, gold and local gem material.

1963-1967

  • Designer for

1967

  • Set up her own studio.
  • Silver jewelry that changes with movement.



Kalevala Koru Jewelry Maker's Mark

Kalevala Koru

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Kalevala Koru
Finland

Specialties

  • Began as manufacturer of ancient "retrospective" jewelry copying the finds from archaeological digs.
  • Manufacture (and some design) of modern Finnish silver jewelry.

Designers


Kaunis Koru Jewelry Maker's Mark

Kaunis Koru

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Kaunis Koru
Finland
e.1954

Specialties

  • Manufacturer
  • Geometric modern jewelry.
  • Bought out by Kalevala and their designs became Kalevala's modern jewelry line.

Designers


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Kultateollisuus Ky Jewelry Maker's Mark

Kultateollisuus Ky

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Kultateollisuus Ky
Finland

Specialties

  • Manufacturer of jewelry and decorative objects.


Kupittaan Kulta Oy Jewelry Maker's Mark

Kupittaan Kulta Oy

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Kupittaan Kulta Oy
Finland
Turku
(1921-2004) e.1945

Specialties

  • Trained as a silversmith and engraver.
  • Modernist Jewelry Workshop - became a major manufacturer of silver jewelry.
  • Famous for using local stones such as granite and spectrolite and kinetic designs.
  • Brought the world's attention to Finnish Jewelry.
  • Emphasis on craftsmanship and design integrity.

Founder

  • Ellis Kauppi


Lapponia Jewelry Maker's Mark

Lapponia

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Lapponia
Finland
Helsinki
e.c.1963

Specialties

  • Manufacturer

Founders

c.1961

  • Weckström begins to make jewelry using gold nuggets.
  • Dubs it "Lapland Jewerly."

1963

  • Antilla employs Weckström as a designer.
  • Company named Kruunukoru Oy.

1969

  • Comany named Kruunukoru Oy/Lapponia Jewelry Oy

1974

  • Company becomes "Lapponia"


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Piekäisen, Pekka Jewelry Maker's Mark

Pekka Piekäisen

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Pekka Piekäisen
Finland
(1945- )

Specialties

  • Known for watch designs, especially bracelet watches.

Designer for



Rajalin, Börje Jewelry Maker's Mark

Börje Rajalin

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Börje Rajalin
Finland
(1933- )

Specialties

  • Leader in modern Finnish design.

Designer for



Rislakki, Eero Jewelry Maker's Mark

Eero Rislakki

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Eero Rislakki
Finland
(1924- )

Specialties

  • Studied to be an artist.

Designer for



Salakari, Jan Jewelry Maker's Mark

Jan Salakari

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Jan Salakari
Finland
(1932- )

Specialties

Designer for



Salminen, Mirjam Jewelry Maker's Mark

Mirjam Salminen

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Mirjam Salminen
Finland
c.1954

Specialties

Designer for



Sarpaneva, Pentti Jewelry Maker's Mark

Pentti Sarpaneva

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Pentti Sarpaneva
Finland
1925-1978

Specialties

Designer for


Suomen Kultasepät Oy Jewelry Maker's Mark

Suomen Kultasepät Oy

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Suomen Kultasepät Oy
Finland

Specialties



Tamminen, Seppo Jewelry Maker's Mark

Seppo Tamminen

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Seppo Tamminen
Finland
Helsinki
(1944-2012)

Specialties

Designer for



Tillander Jewelry Maker's Mark

Tillander

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Tillander
Finland
St. Petersburg - Helsinki c.1918
e.1860

Specialties

1900

  • Firm was taken over by the founder's son.
  • Exported demantoid.
  • Simple, original, high quality jewelry.
  • Surviving son moved the business to Finland after the Russian Revolution.

1923-1957

  • Chief Designer was Oskar Pihliin (son of Fabergé's Master)
  • Tillader remains a family run jewelry business.

Designers


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Turun Hopea Oy Jewelry Maker's Mark

Turun Hopea Oy

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Turun Hopea Oy
Finland
Turku

Specialties

  • Silver Jewelry Manufacturer.


Weckström, Björn Jewelry Maker's Mark

Björn Weckström

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Björn Weckström
Finland
(1935- )

Specialties

  • Graduated from the Goldsmith's School in 1956.
  • Opened a workshop in Helsinki.

1961

  • Used natural gold nuggets found in Lapland as his inspiration for his "outer space" landscape themed jewelry.
  • Known as "Lapland Jewelry."

1963

  • Worked with Pekka Valdemar Anttila to export "Lapland Jewelry."
  • Evantually this became Lapponia (c.1974)

Designer for


Westerback Oy Jewelry Maker's Mark

Westerback Oy

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Westerback Oy
Finland

Specialties

  • Manufacturer


Wirkkala, Tapio Jewelry Maker's Mark

Tapio Wirkkala

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Tapio Wirkkala
Finland
(1915-1985

Specialties

  • Worked in Glass, Porcelain and Silver.

Designer for


Norway

Christoffersen, Erling Jewelry Maker's Mark

Erling Christoffersen

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Erling Christoffersen
Norway
Fredrikstad
e. 1932

Specialties

  • Leader of the PLUS Applied Arts Center of Fredrikstad, Norway.
  • Married to Anna Greta Eker


David-Andersen Jewelry Maker's Mark

David Andersen

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David Andersen
Norway
e.1878

Specialties

  • Enameled Silver Jewelry
  • Much of their jewelry was exported around the world.

Founder

  • David Anderson
  • Arthur Anderson took over the company and added the hypen.

Late 19th century

  • Experimented with Enamel on silver.

1952

  • Ivar David Anderson Took over as head of the company.

Desigers


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David-Andersen, Uni Jewelry Maker's Mark

Uni David-Andersen

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Uni David-Andersen
Norway

Specialties



Eker, Anna Greta Jewelry Maker's Mark

Anna Greta Eker

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Anna Greta Eker
Norway
(1928- )

Specialties

  • Designed for PLUS - Applied Arts Center of Fredrikstad, Norway (c.1958-1970s)
  • Modernist designs often hammered.


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Hammer, Marius Jewelry Maker's Mark

Marius Hammer

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Marius Hammer
Norway
Bergen
(1847-1927)

Specialties

Designers

  • Marius Hammer (1847-1927)
  • Emil Høye (1975-1958)


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Holmsen, Aksel Jewelry Maker's Mark

Aksel Holmsen

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Aksel Holmsen
Norway
Saejord

Specialties

  • Well crafted jewelry with enamel.
  • Manufacturer


J. Tostrup Jewelry Maker's Mark

J. Tostrup

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J. Tostrup
Norway
Oslo
e.1831

Specialties

Founder: Jacob Tostrup

  • Decorative Arts & Enamel Jewelry
  • Produced traditional Norwegian folk filigree silver jewelry.
  • Oluf Tostrup developed Champlevé and Plique-à-Jour enamel for the firm.
  • Torolf Prytz, architect was the production manager & designer of award winning boxes and cups.

1918

  • Jacob Prytz (son of Torolf Prytz & Hilda Tostrup) took over the firm.

Post WWII


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Juhls, Frank & Regine Jewelry Maker's Mark

Frank & Regine Juhls

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Frank & Regine Juhls
Norway
Kautokeino

Specialties

  • Traditional folk silver jewelry and modern silver jewelry.
  • Regine creates modern designs.


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Kittelsen, Grete Prytz Jewelry Maker's Mark

Grete Prytz Kittelsen

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Grete Prytz Kittelsen
Norway
Oslo
(1917 -2010)

Specialties

  • Goldsmith & Enamelist
  • Designed, jewelry & one-of-a-kind silver items.

1941

  • Goldsmithing Diploma

Designed for



Lie-Jørgensen, Thorbjørn Jewelry Maker's Mark

Thorbjørn Lie-Jørgensen

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Thorbjørn Lie-Jørgensen
Norway
Oslo
(1900 -1961)

Specialties

  • Jeweler & watercolorist.

Designer for



Sørby, Harry Jewelry Maker's Mark

Harry Sørby

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Harry Sørby
Norway
(1905-1988)

Specialties

Designer for


Vigeland, Tone Jewelry Maker's Mark

Tone Vigeland

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Tone Vigeland
Norway
(1938- )

Specialties

  • Functional, sculptural jewelry.
  • Known for combining unusual materials.
  • Nails
  • Forged Iron
  • Steel
  • Gold
  • Silver
  • Innovative designs.
  • Chain-nail large necklaces
  • Use of metal shapes, balls and tubes


Østern, Bjørn Sigurd Jewelry Maker's Mark

Bjørn Sigurd Østern

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Bjørn Sigurd Østern
Norway

Specialties

  • Jeweler

Designer for


Sweden

Barve, Olov Jewelry Maker's Mark

Olov Barve

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Olov Barve
Sweden
Stockholm
(1930 - )

Specialties



Bernadotte, Sigvard Jewelry Maker's Mark

Sigvard Bernadotte

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Sigvard Bernadotte
Sweden
1907-2002

Specialties

  • Son of the King of Sweden & brother of the queen mother of Denmark.

Designer for

  • Georg Jensen
  • First non-Danish designer for Jensen.
  • Known for clean lines of form.


Bolin, W.A. Jewelry Maker's Mark

W.A. Bolin

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W.A. Bolin
Sweden
Stockholm
e.1845

Specialties

  • Jewelers
  • Goldsmiths
  • Charles Bolin of Sweden moved to St. Petersburg and married the daughter of a jeweler, entering the jewelry business.

1845

  • Charles & Henrik Bolin founded a firm in St. Petersburg (and later, Moscow).

1851

  • Entered jewelry in the Great Exhibition.
  • Became jewelers to the Russian Imperial Court.

1916

  • King Gustav V of Sweden requested that William Bolin open a branch in Stockholm.
  • Stocked the new location with goods from the now closed German Branch.

1917

  • Inventory and company records lost as a result of the Russian Revolution.


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Dahlquist, Inga-Britt Jewelry Maker's Mark

Inga-Britt Dahlquist

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Inga-Britt Dahlquist
Sweden
Stockholm
(1924 -1996)

Specialties

  • Had a jewelry workshop in Stockholm with Olov Barve.

Designer for



Gillgren, Sven Arne Jewelry Maker's Mark

Sven Arne Gillgren

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Sven Arne Gillgren
Sweden

Specialties



Högberg, Anders Jewelry Maker's Mark

Anders Högberg

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Anders Högberg
Sweden
Göteborg
(1921 -1996)

Specialties

  • Jeweler, worked with his brother Sven Erik.
  • National College of Art 1947-1948.
  • Studied in Paris 1951-1952.


Högberg, Sven Erik Jewelry Maker's Mark

Sven Erik Högberg

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Sven Erik Högberg
Sweden
Götberg
(1924 -1997)

Specialties

  • Manufacturer & Designer

1951

  • S. Högberg mark first registered.

1957

  • Sven formed a partnership with his brother, Anders.

1963-73

  • "SEH" mark registered to Sven Erik Högberg.

1973

  • "SEH" mark registered to Margareta Högberg.


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Nilsson, Wiwen Jewelry Maker's Mark

Wiwen Nilsson

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Wiwen Nilsson
Sweden
Lund
(1897-1974)

Specialties

  • A "Functionalist" Jeweler.
  • Studied in Hanau, Copenhagen & Paris.
  • Briefly did some work for Georg Jensen.

1927

  • Opened a workshop in Lund.

1950s

  • Changed his style to naturalism with a Japanese influence.


Persson, Sigurd Jewelry Maker's Mark

Sigurd Persson

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Sigurd Persson
Sweden
Stockholm
(1914 -2003) e.1943

Specialties

  • Industrial Designer and Artisan Jeweler.
  • Silversmith father began his handicraft education.
  • Academy of Fine Arts, Munich.
  • Swedish State School of Arts, Crafts and Design.


Torun Bülow-Hübe, Vivianna Jewelry Maker's Mark

Vivianna Torun Bülow-Hübe

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Vivianna Torun Bülow-Hübe
Sweden
(1927-2004)

Specialties

  • Silversmith
  • inspired by the art of primitive cultures.

1945

  • Studied at Konstfack, the School of Arts, Crafts and Design in Stockholm.

c.1952

  • Began exhibiting jewelry.

1951-1956

  • Studio in Stockholm.

1956-1968

  • Studios in Paris and Biot France.
  • Designed jewelry for Billie Holiday.

1968-1978

  • in Germany.

1979

  • Studio in Indonesia.

Designer for

1992

  • King Carl XVI Gustav, Sweden awarded her the Prince Eugen medal for outstanding artistic achievement.


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