Mauboussin – French Jewellry – Design Profile

Mauboussin Jewellery Company - Design Profile

Maubossin is a jewellery company in France. The original company was established in 1827 in Paris, on Rue Grenata, where it manufactured jewellery. Starting in 1903, M.B. Noury was the owner and nephew of Georges Maubossin, who had been the director of the company since 1877. Mauboussin succeeded Noury in 1923, changing the firm’s name to Maubossin. At the intersection of rue Saint-Augustin, rue de Choiseul, and rue Monsigny in Paris, at address 3 rue de Choseul, he bought two connecting houses.

In New York, Buenos Aires, and Rio de Janeiro, the firm formed branches. For its impeccable collection of precious materials and expert craftsmanship, Maubossin became popular.

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MONTRE UN HOMME UNE VIE CADRAN GRIS, BRACELET ACIER

TU ES LE SEL DE MA VIE Nยฐ2 ENGAGEMENT RING, WHITE GOLD AND DIAMOND PAVED

“Mec, J’te Kiff” bracelets both for women and men, by Mauboussin

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