Grossé is a jewellers largely associated with Christian Dior. Henkel & Grossé was founded in Pforzheim in 1907 initially specialising in watch chains, and the company specialised in costume jewellery from the 1920s. Awarded at the 1937 Paris World Fair for their exceptional costume jewels, and advanced, innovative techniques.
Following the Second World War, the company was simply known as Grossé. It was in 1955 that the company was granted the rights to manufacture Christian Dior’s costume jewellery. From 1958, all Grossé and Christian Dior pieces were signed and dated. The company continues to manufacture and produce fashion-forward costume jewellery to this day.
Fine jewellery by Grossé is scarce and rarely appears at auction, therefore attracts a lot of interest from bidders. Contact our specialist jewellery valuations team for a valuation of your own collection, and possible entry into one of our sales.
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