Louis Gérard, formerly of Van Cleef & Arpels, founded the firm of M. Gérard in 1968 at 8 Avenue Montaigne in Paris. Within nine years, he was sighted as the largest French exporter of fine jewellery. In November 1985, he sold the company to a group of American investors but continued to operate it until his retirement when it closed its doors. In September 1988, Louis Gérard reopened the firm at 16 Avenue Montaigne, near its original location, under the name of Louis Gérard, Joaillier International. It closed its doors definitively in December 1991.
LOT 101 , SALE 14305
GBP 650 - GBP 950
($811 - $1,185)Follow Place Bid
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