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Designer Christian Dior
1905–1957

Many notable jewellery designers and manufacturers were commissioned to produce jewellery for the House of Dior including "Mitchell Maer", "Kramer", "Henkel & Grosse", "Josette Gripoix", and "Robert Goossens". Chanel has hand poured 'pate de verre' jewels created for her by the craftspeople of "Gripoix", "Rousselet and Goossens" Christian Dior jewelry usually incorporates elegant style and superb quality of manufacture. The designers used the highest quality crystal stones prong set into hand soldered settings.

Christian Dior 1905 - 1957 was an influential French fashion designer. In the 1950's, Dior jewellery was produced by Kramer in the 1950's, Henkel & Grosse from 1955 and Mitchel Maer from 1952 - 1956. The year 1955, Swarovski and Christian Dior developed the iridescent aurora borealis stone Licensed Dior jewelry continues to be produced.

The quality and craftsmanship of every aspect of their jewelry is admirable in every respect. Even the most subtle details such as clasp design, and back finishing are beautiful and the jewellery is almost as beautiful from that back, as from the front.


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