Qrt.S wrote:Ahaa, Goldstein's answer tells us that he doesn't have the book. The book is about the history of the Sazikov family and their factorie's with pictures.
It covers the small statuary works depicting the Russian national topics in depth that brought large-scale fame to the Sazikov firm - much more than the cutlery. His travels abroad, where he studied the aspects of precious metal products’ manufacturing. Having headed the company, I. Sazikov not only introduced the labour specialization for the workers at the factory, that effected positively the quality and quantity of manufectured products, but was among the pioneers who organized a special department for studying various jewellery qualifications for 80 persons in Russia as well.
He bought modern equipment and actively implemented Western technologies. He was the first in Russia to acquire a guilloche machine that was delivered from France in 1843. Ivan Sazikov invited famous sculptors and painters for the participation in his projects and creation of new models. Ivan Vitali, Peter von Clodt and Fedor Solntsev were among them. Etc, etc.
Your behavior is just embarrassing and you are an impostor who sells the knowledge of others as his own.
I go my way - you can finally spread unchallenged your nonsense .....