In 1866, Antoine Bricteux registered with the Garantie des Métaux Précieux as a jeweller at 49 rue Ernest Roche in Paris. In 1882, he moved to 21 rue des Petits-Champs. Bricteux was known for his Art Nouveau jewellery produced at the turn of the century, some of which was created by the talented designer, G. Landois who also worked for Louis Aucoc. His jewellery is characterised by the use of cast and chased figures usually amidst plants and flowers.
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