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Wartski: The First 150 Years

by Geoffrey C. Munn

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Wartski is a family firm of art and antique dealers, specialising in fine jewellery, gold boxes, silver and works of art by Carl Faberg©?. The firm was founded in Bangor, North Wales in 1865 by Morris Wartski, maternal great-grandfather of the present day Chairman.0From King George V to JFK and Elizabeth Taylor, Wartski's London showroom has welcomed the great and the good of the modern era. They visit to view and buy the company s fabulous stock of goldsmiths work and jewellery, not least the celebrated works of Faberg©?.0BBC Antiques Roadshow expert, Geoffrey C. Munn, tells the remarkable story of how the jewellery firm rose from humble beginnings to become the preeminent Mayfair jewellers and antique dealers specialising in the work of Carl Faberg©? and Russian objets d'art. 'Wartski - The First 150 Years' is lavishly illustrated throughout with images of the celebrated jewels and their illustrious owners.… (more)

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