Raymond Schlager started his training in the restoration of Jewellery and artwork at the bench in 1950. Restoring a jewel incrusted gold box for the firm Kozminsky in the second year ignited the passion that would span the next three decades of dealing in the art market.

In 1970 Schlager would have the opportunity to buy shares and become a director in Kozminsky and was instrumental in developing the finer end of art jewellery "as in signed pieces" to the firm.

1980 saw Raymond move on to develop interests in Jewellery stores in London. Sydney, Queensland and Tasmania.

In 1984 Raymond acquired the property of an old Jewellery business on the corner of the Royal Arcade where he established SCHLAGER ANTIQUE JEWELLERY.

Respected for its particular taste Schlager is well known on the fine art market dealing in period pieces by Cartier, Boucheron, Van Cleef and Arpels, Tiffany, J.A.R., and Faberge exhibiting at fairs in Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia and Australia.

The benefit of our long establishment in the trade has given access to many choice private collections.

The business has influenced and now includes the next generation, with Thomas following on in his father's footsteps continuing the tradition of creating jewels in the time-honoured style.

Our demand for high quality stock has built our reputation.


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