The firm was founded in Milan (Italy) by Luigi Henin in 1848 succeeding to Henin & Carlier.
The workshop was active under the sign of the "crossed flatware".
In 1868 Anatolio Henin (born 1831) succeeded to his father, moving the business to Via Soncino Merati 13 (1869-1873) and to Via delle Orsole 4 (1874).
The firm participated to several exhibition
obtaining various prizes for their works (Florence and Milan).
In the 1900s the business continued in Via delle Orsole 4 under the style A. Henin - Fabbrica d'Argenterie.
In 1935 the firm registered
the mark "42 MI", changing its style in 1970 to A. Henin snc (Piazza Borromeo 10, Milano).
The firm went out of business in the 1980s.
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