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Wièse

A German goldsmith and jeweller, Jules Wièse studied in Berlin before coming to work in Paris, with Morel and Froment-Meurice. The Wièse workshop was founded in 1844 and his reputation grew year after year until he received the medal of honor in 1862 at the World Fair in London. In 1880 Louis, son of Jules, took the head of the company and managed it until his death in 1923.

Very much inspired from Froment-Meurice, Wièse jewels belonged to the Renaissance and Gothic styles, but always in a romantic way, representing chimeras, grotesques beasts or women portraits, very often engraved on gold in a pretty delicate work. These jewels were naturally precursors of the Art Nouveau era.
   
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