Company "F. A. LORIE"

The history

Fedor Antonovich Lorie (1858-1920)

Fyodor Antonovich Lorie founded his company, that produced gold and silver jewelry, in 1871 in Moscow.

Company’s assortment mainly included a variety of jewelry products, silverware and accessories for crystal cutlery. Bright images of Russian Art Nouveau, fantasy thinking and the highest quality did not go unnoticed by the experts, and the company became a supplier for the court. In the very heart of the city, on Kuznetsky Most street, Lorie opened a store that became famous all over Moscow.

In 1912, two employees of Faberge firm established a Trading house, that bore Lorie name. Faberge’s office and his store were located in the same building.

The company "F. A. LORIE" cooperated with other jewelry firms, as well as individual jewelers, and this was typical for that time. Among them - "Beilin and the Son", Yegor Kuzmich Cheryatov, owning his own jewelry factory in Moscow and others.

Laurie participated in many exhibitions, and was repeatedly distinguished with high awards.

In 1916, he sold his company to Sokolov A.I., but the business did not last long, and the company was closed a year later in connection with the events in the country.

Exhibits in the Museum Collection