Glossary: MARCHAK
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The House of Marchak was founded by Joseph Marchak in Kiev, Russia in 1878. The firm was considered to be the greatest rival of Fabergé, and thus was known as the ‘Fabergé of Kiev’.  They exhibited at the various International Exhibitions, including the 1893 Chicago World’s Fair, where they were awarded a medal.  Due to the Russian Revolution the firm moved to Paris in 1920, establishing themselves on the Rue de la Paix, alongside the world’s other top jewellers, where they remain to this day.

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