In 1892, Lucien Gaillard took over his father Ernest's atelier at 101, rue de Temple in Paris. The family, Lucien in particular, was well known for its mastery of metalwork in the Japanese style. They were awarded a silver medal at the 1878 World's Fair for their objects created in this genre. A great admirer of Lalique, Gaillard also became known for his work with exotic materials such as horn and for his consummate skills with enamels.
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