For over 180 years, WOLF has been crafting sophisticated cases to protect meaningful treasures. German silversmith Philipp Wolf I created the company when he discovered that his silver pieces sold more when presented in beautiful boxes. As he began selling more boxes than silver, he refocused his designs. The family tradition continues today, updated with the newest technologies and innovative designs.
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The WOLF story begins 180 years ago and proudly spans five generations of the Wolf family.
In 1834, Phillipp Wolf I was a silversmith from Germany who found that by selling his silver products in beautiful boxes his trade dramatically increased. It was not long before he was selling more of his boxes than he was of his silverware.
Phillipp Wolf II under the tutelage of his father moved the business to Malmö in southern Sweden after a enjoying the weather over a holiday there. His sons Ernst and Philipp III continued the enterprise, with Philipp often taking long trips for months at a time to the opening market in America.
His son, Philipp Wolf IV moved the WOLF to England and set up a new high automated factory employing over 300 workers in Wales, it was recognized as the largest manufacturer of jewelry boxes in Great Britain and much of Europe.
Today WOLF is under the leadership of Simon Philipp Wolf V whom took the challenge to take on the American and Canadian markets by moving the base of operations to California, with the guidance from his father, Philipp IV, and with new technologies and innovations, WOLF has become the market leader in its field. Specializing in jewellery boxes and watch winders, WOLF offers top-of-the-line cases for its customers using its special patented technology.