Sizlere Molu Mücevher'in 1956 yılında başlayan tarihçesini gururla sunarız.
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I. Kayhan and A. Orhan Molu borthers founded Molu at the Grand Bazaar of Istanbul.
As the business kept growing Molu moved to a larger place also in Grand Bazaar.
Grace Kelly visited Molu and chose Molu pieces to add to her magnificent collection of jewelry.
Molu’s boutique at Muhafazacilar Street in Grand Bazaar, Istanbul was renovated. Mehmet Sermet Molu is seen in the photo on the opening day.
Molu opened its first boutique outside of Grand Bazaar.
Molu published the booklets “Recommendations on Jewelry” and “What you should know about Diamonds?” that were pioneer on developing a systematic and scientific approach to jewelry in Turkey.
Molu was one of the pioneers in Jewelry Marketing in Turkey.
Molu was the first jewelry brand in Turkey to start selling internationally certified diamonds.
The prestigious Kirin Culture Club included Molu pieces in its 1987 catalogue.
Molu established the first fully professional jewelry team of Turkey.
A. Ilhan Molu’s articles on gems and jewelry started being published.
Molu started working on collections with story lines and themes.
1996 - 2001
Molu created important collections to draw attention to social issues:
The Time of the Red Buds: Red Bud trees are synonyms with Bosphorus. Thousands of Red Buds blossom each year turning the slopes of Bosphorus a magnificent hue of purple. The Red Buds have been declining in number over the past decad. Molu created the Time of The Redbuds collection to raise awareness.
Pearl Enchanted Women: Another major collection was designed to attract attention to the pollution of the seas and oceans. Pearls were used in this collection as they are organic and cannot be grown or cultured in polluted waters.
After 20 years at Rumeli Avenue, Molu moved to Abdi Ipekci Avenu, the new choice of luxury brands in Istanbul.
Molu also renewed its logo and corporated identity this year.
Molu Istinye Park Mall boutique was opened.
Molu’s iOS app on 4C’s was published on App Store.
Molu’s corporate identity was renewed with a global vision.
Molu started being sold at the US luxury department store chain Neiman Marcus.
Molu Zorlu Center Mall boutique was opened.
Molu Akasya Mall boutique was opened.