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Gustaf Möllenborg’s Goldsmith’s workshop from the 1840s provided most of the artefacts on display. His firm in Stockholm was one of the most famous of the day in the 19th century.

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Möllenborg introduced machinery into the profession, thereby making production much more efficient. The powerful press that is now on the ground floor enabled him to produce silver semi-manufactures.

These were finished in the workshops on the upper floor. In the 1840s Möllenborg employed more than 40 people. Rings were one of the most important products.

Semi-manufactures are no longer produced in the workshop but goldsmiths and silversmiths demonstrate their craft at their benches. The gold filings are carefully gathered in the leather pouches beneath the bench.

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