Dali

Dali

Ruby and Pearl Lip Brooch, Henry Kaston for Dali. Photo Courtesy of Sotheby’s. Dali Salvador Dali (1904 – 1989) was a Spanish painter and artist. Maker’s Marks and Timeline: Dali Country Spain Era (1904 – 1989) Category: Uncategorized Tag: Need...
Drayson

Drayson

Drayson Diamond and Ruby Double Clip Brooch,Signed Drayson, London. The firm of Drayson, London was founded in 1936. The firm’s owner, Keith Drayson established the business in Bond Street. As the Art Deco influence in their designs began to evolve,...
Edward Moore

Edward Moore

Edward Moore Edward C. Moore for Tiffany & Co. Mixed Metals Tray c.1878 and Centerpiece c.1880.Photo Courtesy of Christie’s Edward C. Moore was the jewelry design director and head of the silver workshops at Tiffany & Co. from 1851 to 1891. Under Moore’s...
Fabergé

Fabergé

Gustav Fabergé. Fabergé Fabergé was a preeminent Russian jewelry firm famous for its objets d’art and, in particular, its enameling. The Fabergé family heritage hails to seventeenth-century France. Expelled from the region when Louis XIV revoked the Edict of Nantes in...
Falize

Falize

Cloisonné Enamel Bracelet in the Japanese Taste. Photo Courtesy of Christie’s. Falize Renowned French jewellery house famous for its cloisonné enameling and Japanese-inspired designs. The firm’s history begins in 1832 when Alexis Falize (1811-1898) began an...
Flato

Flato

Flato Paul Flato Portrait, c.1937. Paul Flato, one of the more fascinating characters in American jewelry history, designed jewels that were as inventive and flamboyant as their creator. Catering to the tastes and whims of the very wealthy and the stars of Hollywood,...