- Georges-Michel Bapst (1718-1770) Succeeded his Father-in-Law, Georges-Frédéric Stras, as Orfevre-joaillier du Roi.
- Georges-Michael fils apprenticed to Pierre-André Jacquemin, a royal jeweler.
- Georges-Michael fils, succeeded George-Michael.
- Jacques Bapst married into the Menière family (owners of Boehmer and Bassange, former jewelers to Marie Antoinette.)
- Eventually, Constant and Charles-Frédéric (Jacques sons) joined the company Remodelling the Napoleonic regaila for Louis XVIII.
- Made coronation regalia for Charles X.
- Charles-Frédéric’s nephew, Alfred joined the firm and became the workshop director (a position he held for 50 years).
- Exhibited redesigned crown jewels created for Empress Eugéne at the 1867 Exposition.
- Jules and Paul (Charles-Frédéric’s sons) and Alfred take over the business.
- Alfred dies and the firm becomes Jules et Paul Bapst et fils.
- Alfred’s son Germain joins Lucien Falize to form Bapst et Falize.