started his engraving career as an apprentice at the age of 15 in Lodz, Poland. While studying at the Mechanical Engineering College, Miroslaw apprenticed under Romuald Daab, a highly esteemed engraver in Poland. After graduating with high honours, Miroslaw continued to develop his jewellery engraving and manufacturing techniques while working at the prestigious jewellery company PHU Jubiler. After 2 years of mandatory military service, he worked at "Wagmet," where he was the master engraver, specializing in engraving steel stamps for medals. In 1986 he moved to Italy, where for 18 months he perfected his art of engraving influenced by the beauty of Italian art. In 1988 he immigrated to Canada where he worked at the "deHavilland Aircraft Company" for almost 3 years. During that time he continued his engraving, providing his services to
Toronto's jewellers. Between 1994 and 1999 Miroslaw worked for Varouj Tabakian, one of Canada
's finest and internationally acclaimed jeweller. In 1996 and 1999, Miroslaw had the opportunity to travel to Nice France, to study family crest engraving. In October 2007 Miroslaw Kruszynski has successfully completed the GRS Grand Masters Program The Art and Techniques of Engraving in Emporia, Kansas. Miroslaw opened his own engraving studio, in downtown Toronto, in the year 2000 and since then has been providing his services to private commissioned clients as well as many jewellers, among which are such prestigious companies as; Myerson's Limited, and Jewellery by Varouj.
with daughter Margaret
with daughters Emily and Margaret
with Ken Hunt at Emporia State University
with Winston Churchill instructor at Grand Masters Program 2007