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  1. Agathangjel Mbrica

    Agathangjel Mbrica

    Albanian, Artist

  2. Ahmad bin Ibrahim Badr

    Ahmad bin Ibrahim Badr


  3. Alan of Walsingham

    Alan of Walsingham

    British, Architect

  4. Alfred Gilbert

    Alfred Gilbert

    British artist

  5. Anders Mickelson

    Anders Mickelson


    Anders Mickelson, Russian goldsmith of Finnish origin, Fabergé workmaster. Born in 1839 in Finland. Worked in St. Petersburg as a journeyman from 1855 and from 1867 ran his own workshop. He was an outworker of Fabergé, made mostly gold cigarette cases and small enamelled objects. His initials are AM on the objects. Died in 1913.

  6. Anders Nevalainen

    Anders Nevalainen

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    Anders Juhaninpoika Nevalainen, Russian gold- and silversmith, Fabergé workmaster of Finnish origin. Born in Pielisjärvi, Finland in 1858. Apprentice in Finland and in St. Petersburg in 1874, goldworker in 1875, master goldsmith in 1885. In 1884 married Maria Karolina Liljerot. One of their five children was Avrid, who was a clockmaster. As master first working in the jewelry atelier of August Holmström, and soon became as head of workshop under exclusive contract with Fabergé. His workshop made silver-mounted frames in birchwood, palisander or lacquer, silver- and gold cigarette-cases, enameled silver-gilt cases with leather sleeves, several small silver-gilt objects. His initials A.N, mostly used with K.Fabergé mark without the double-headed eagle Imperial Warrant. The family returned to Finland after the Russian Revolution in 1917. Died in Terijoki in 1933.

  7. Andrew Grima

    Andrew Grima


    Andrew Grima (31 May 1921 – 26 December 2007) was an Anglo-Italian designer who became known as the doyen of modern jewellery design in Britain.

  8. Anton Koberger

    Anton Koberger


    Anton Koberger (c. 1440/1445 – 3 October 1513) was the German goldsmith, printer and publisher who printed and published the Nuremberg Chronicle, a landmark of incunabula, and was a successful bookseller of works from other printers. He established in 1470 the first printing house in Nuremberg.

  9. Antonio del Pollaiolo

    Antonio del Pollaiolo

    Italian, Painter

  10. August Frederik Hollming

    August Frederik Hollming


    August Frederik Hollming (or Golming), Finnish and Russian silver- and goldsmith, Fabergé workmaster. Born in 1854 in Loppi, Finland as a son of a bookkeeper Anders Gustaf Hollming of Loviisa and of Katarina Petterson. Was apprenticed to the goldsmith Karl F. Ekholm in Helsinki at the beginning of the 1870s years. In 1876 he settled in St.Petersburg and registered as a goldworker. In 1880 qualified as master and opened his workshop at 35 Kazanskaya Street and was hired by Fabergé soon. Had 3 sons from Erika G. Abrahamsson. In 1900 the Hollming workshop moved to 24 Bolshaya Morskaya under the same roof as Fabergé. In 1913 ran the workshop together with Otto Hanhinen, his father's assistant. Produced mostly cigarette-cases in silver, gold and enamel, miniature Easter Eggs and small gem-set, enameled jewels such as cuff-links, brooches and pins. Many times produced these objects to the House of Fabergé.

  11. August Wilhelm Holmström

    August Wilhelm Holmström


    August Wilhelm Holmström, Finnish and Russian silver- and goldsmith. Born in Helsinki, Finland in 1829. Apprentice in St. Petersburg, master in 1857 with his own workshop. Senior member of Fabergé's workshop, he was head jeweler and also produced parts for composite articles. Died in 1903. His son Albert Holmström continued in his father's footsteps after his death and used the same mark, AH.

  12. Avenir Ivanovitch Sumin

    Avenir Ivanovitch Sumin

    Russian gold and silver smith

  13. Benvenuto Cellini

    Benvenuto Cellini

    Italian, Painter

  14. Charles Norbert Roettiers

    Charles Norbert Roettiers


  15. Christopher Bechtler

    Christopher Bechtler

    German American Jeweler and Producer of first Gold Dollar

  16. Claudius Ash

    Claudius Ash


    Claudius Ash (1792–1854) was an English goldsmith and dental manufacturer.

  17. Clemens van den Broeck

    Clemens van den Broeck


    Clemens van den Broeck (born 1943) is a Dutch artist, and goldsmith.

  18. Cristofano Robetta

    Cristofano Robetta


    Cristofano Robetta (1462–1535) was an Italian artist, goldsmith, and engraver.

  19. Cristoforo Foppa

    Cristoforo Foppa


    Cristoforo (known as Caradosso) Foppa (b. Mondonico/Olgiate Molgora in the Province of Lecco, 1445, according to some authorities, and according to others in Pavia, the same year; d. about 1527) was an Italian goldsmith, sculptor, and die sinker.

  20. Diana Vincent

    Diana Vincent

    jewelry designer

  21. Dorrie Nossiter

    Dorrie Nossiter

    English jeweler

  22. Edmund Shaa

    Edmund Shaa


    Sir Edmund Shaa (born Mottram in Longdendale, Cheshire, died London 20 April 1488) was a goldsmith, and Lord Mayor of London in 1482–83. Shaa lent money to Edward IV and, as mayor (at least), was extensively involved in the coronation of Edward IV’s brother Richard III. He was later knighted and made a member of the Privy Council. Amongst numerous legacies on his death was a sum to found Stockport Grammar School. He is commemorated by a Blue Plaque on Church Brow, Mottram.

  23. Elizabeth Gage

    Elizabeth Gage


    Elizabeth Gage is a jewellery designer and trained master Goldsmith that has been creating collectable jewellery for over 40 years.

  24. Elizabeth Godfrey

    Elizabeth Godfrey


    Elizabeth Godfrey (active c. 1720–1758) was an English gold- and silversmith. She has been called "the most outstanding woman goldsmith of her generation."

  25. Erik August Kollin

    Erik August Kollin


    Erik August Kollin (1836-1901) was born in Finland, where he completed his apprenticeship before travelling to St. Petersburg. Qualified as workmaster in 1868, in 1870 opened his own workshop in St. Petersburg. Kollin worked for August Holmström and for Carl Fabergé, and was soon put in charge of all Fabergé workshops, a post he held until 1886 when he was replaced by Michael Perkhin. He was Fabergé's first chief jeweler. Specialized in gold and silver articles, most of them in an archaic style of the period. The artefacts produced Kollin for Fabergé before his departure in 1886 generally bears his initials EK, together with Fabergé's hallmark and are frequently to be found in a Fabergé box. Evidently these pre-date the change of hallmarks in 1899. Objects bearing EK mark oly and produced between 1885 and 1899 should be considered as the work of an independent operator, unless cased by Fabergé.

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