The firm of Falize lasted for three generations. Alexis Falize (1811-1898) opened his workshop in 1838 in the Gallery Valois of the Palais Royal in Paris. He established a reputation for his gold jewellery with cloisonné enamel and his variations on antique designs. After his retirement, his son Lucien (1839- 1897) took over the firm and was in turn succeeded by his son André Falize (1872-1936). The latter worked with his brothers Jean and Pierre under the name Falize Frères. They were especially known for their Art Nouveau designs.
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