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Revision as of 15:50, 15 July 2013

W.A. Bolin

Maker's Mark Name/Period Location Specialty
Stamped
W.A. Bolin
e.1845
St. Petersburg Russia
Stockholm,
Sweden
• Jewelers (Swedish firm originally from Russia)
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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