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A E Kochert Jewelry

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Kchert, gegrndet 1814, sind weltbekannte K.

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Hoflieranten und Erfinder der Sisi-Sterne.

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Kchert is a renowned jewelry company known for their in-house goldsmithing and finely crafted pieces, which once adorned members of the Austro-Hungarian court and other aristocracy throughout Europe.

The original founding of the company was in 1814 by the French goldsmith Emanuel Piot in Vienna, Austria who hired a young craftsman named Jakob Heinrich Kchert to work for him.

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1814.

Jakob Heinrich Kchert apprentices to a French goldsmith and enamellist.

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Jakob becomes a master goldsmith for Emanuel Piot.

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Kchert, former jewelers to the Imperial Court of Austria and the Habsburg family, has created an exclusive line of fine jewels for the Neue Galerie.

Each design is hand-crafted from the finest precious and semi-precious gemstones and accompanied by a certificate.

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Kchert jewelry has been at Neuer Markt 15 since 1873, and in December of 2005, a further store was opened at the exclusive Alter Markt 15 in Salzburg.

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Kchert Juweliere Neuer Markt 15 / A-1010 Vienna / +43 1 512 58 28 / +43 1 513 40 22 /, Aug 9, 2018 – Explore mirshe’s board ” Kochert , Alexandre 1856 – 1931″, followed by 936 people on Pinterest.

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, This is a rare and important book.

It offers a faithful illustration of a great documentary source, namely the jewellery designs created between 1810 and 1940 by A.

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Kochert , the prestigious jewellery firm which served the Imperial House of Austriafor four generations and which continues to flourish today in Vienna, in the same building to which the Kocherts moved over a century ago.

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