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Birks & Sons

A son of English immigrants, born in Montreal (Canada), Henry Birks (1840-1928) started to work for Savage, Lyman & Co, one of the finest jewellery store in Canada, in 1857. He left the company 10 years after and, as per the legend, he opened in 1879 a tiny store in Saint Jacques Street, in Montreal, with only $3’000. Joined in 1901 by his three sons, the company became Henry Birks & Sons and has dominated the canadian market for gold and silver articles for decades, earning design awards for his work with diamonds, creating jewels for Royal families, expanding throughout Canada with 37 stores, some of which located in now renamed “Birks” buildings, the firm is rightly considered as the Canadian “Tiffany & Co.”. Five generations of Birks have worked for the company which still exists today as part of “Birks and Mayors”.
   
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