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JULIUS LEMOR

The firm was founded in 1818 in Breslau (Germany) by Johann Adam Lemor (1788-1840). Later the firm, as a family business, was managed by Theodor Lemor (1820-1895) and Enkel Julius Lemor (1846-1927).
The fourth generation (Hans Lemor, 1877-1939, and Karl Lemor, 1879-1934) was followed by their sons Hans-Ulrich Lemor (1907-1981) and Walter Lemor (1906-1944). After WWII and the partial destruction of the factory the firm introduced a flatware line under the name LOMAR.


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