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Baugrand

Born in 1826 in Paris, Gustave Baugrand established himself as a jeweller in 1852, in association with Paul Marret. After Marret’s death in 1853, Baugrand ran the company with Marret’s widow for 10 years, establishing a solid reputation of elegance and high quality in his production. The Imperatrice Eugénie orderered him a diamond “tour de peigne” in 1855 which allowed Baugrand to become officially “Joaillier de l’Empereur”.

The company made great use of pearls and diamonds, their showcases at the World Fair of 1855 in Paris had huge success and even made of Baugrand a member of the Jury for the Jewellery Grand Prix at the World Fair in 1867.

Baugrand’s style was very popular in the European aristocracy and he was certainly one of the most famous jeweller of the French Second Empire. After his death in 1870, Ernest Vever bought the company.
   
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