In 1966 the government jewelry company Uhendus was the only factory in Estonia making jewelry for private customers by order. Three years later Jevgeni Kampus joined the company, working as a jeweler. The other government factory was supplying government shops in Estonia, mainly with cutlery and other household silverware. In 1975 Kampus got promoted to artist jeweler and has practiced this occupation ever since.When independence came to Estonia, the jewelry workshop, together with 3 shops, all located in Tallinn’s old city, on the same street, came up for auction. Kampus bou...
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