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L’atelier du vin – kitchen and accessories – cork-screw OENO BOX click for details

L’atelier du vin – kitchen and accessories – cork-screw OENO BOX

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Since 1926, L’Atelier du Vin has specialised in supplies and equipment for wine-making, bottling and serving. Today, L’Atelier du Vin, thanks to its research, its wine tools and its wine education tools, is the sole specialist able to cover every step in the life of a wine from the cellar to the glass.

Moissoner Furniture click for details

Moissoner Furniture

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Since the company was founded in 1885, its French cabinetmaking skills have been passed on down the generations. In the 80's, Jean-Loup and Annie-Pierre Moissonnier took over the reins of the business and together instilled a unique style that has since become an established reference: bringing the past to life with light touches... suggesting without imposing... breathing new life into traditions to make the present feel magical again, and creating jewellery for the home while cultivating an offbeat style: such is the spirit of Moissonnier today.

Perdele si tapet Elitis click for details

Perdele si tapet Elitis

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Dare to be bold, innovate, and act as explorers in the field of furnishing fabrics and wallcoverings, known to be more traditional until now, this is our philosophy. Design very contemporary products and always have an edge on the latest techniques, this could be our motto. Our in-house design department, a hive of activity like that of an experimental laboratory, traces the lines of research, diversity and innovative mixtures. The proposals, always surprising, create an event at every international exhibition.

Gien kitchen accessories – bulbe Pivoines click for details

Gien kitchen accessories – bulbe Pivoines

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The Faiencerie de Gien was founded in 1821 by an Englishman from Stoke-on-Trent, Thomas Hall. Mr. Hall wanted to introduce fine English earthenware to the French, also known as “faience” in France. 190 years later, Gien is an integral part of France’s cultural heritage, praised by many around the world. Since its very beginnings, Gien has learned to perfect the art of manufacturing faience. All the faience products are 100% made in Gien, France, a small town on the banks of the Loire River.

L’atelier du vin – Fresh Baladeur click for details

L’atelier du vin – Fresh Baladeur

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Since 1926, L’Atelier du Vin has specialised in supplies and equipment for wine-making, bottling and serving. Today, L’Atelier du Vin, thanks to its research, its wine tools and its wine education tools, is the sole specialist able to cover every step in the life of a wine from the cellar to the glass.

La Cornue Kitchen Accessories click for details

La Cornue Kitchen Accessories

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La Cornue makes use of modern technology and is forever improving its products, but no manufacturing changes made will ever alter our determination to preserve the noble values traditionally associated with handicraft production. We use only noble materials, selected and chosen for their quality and their longevity: cast iron, steel, solid brass, nickel and enamel.

Thibaut Furniture click for details

Thibaut Furniture

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Established in 1886, Thibaut is the nation’s oldest continuously operating wallpaper firm. Over the years our product offering has broadened to include a variety of wallcoverings, coordinating print fabrics, embroideries and woven upholstery fabrics. The recent launch of an upholstered furniture line has established Thibaut as a highly desirable resource of all product categories favored by designers and up-scale consumers alike.

Curtains and wallpaper Houles click for details

Curtains and wallpaper Houles

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Founded in 1928, Félix and his son André Houlès established the parent company, 18 rue Saint-Nicolas, in the heart of Paris, in the Faubourg Saint-Antoine area, the traditional district for upholsterers, interior designers and architects. Then, Suzanne and Pierre Houlès will change this French family business of the Thirties into a company with an international dimension, which they eventually transferred to their children. Nowadays, the company is managed with great passion and enthusiasm by its president Philippe Houlès, who became sensitive to the world of decoration from his early age.

Kitchen accessories Pillivuyt – Sancerre click for details

Kitchen accessories Pillivuyt – Sancerre

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Kitchen Accessories Gien – Jardin Imaginaire click for details

Kitchen Accessories Gien – Jardin Imaginaire

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The Faiencerie de Gien was founded in 1821 by an Englishman from Stoke-on-Trent, Thomas Hall. Mr. Hall wanted to introduce fine English earthenware to the French, also known as “faience” in France. 190 years later, Gien is an integral part of France’s cultural heritage, praised by many around the world. Since its very beginnings, Gien has learned to perfect the art of manufacturing faience. All the faience products are 100% made in Gien, France, a small town on the banks of the Loire River.

Vaughan lighting appliances click for details

Vaughan lighting appliances

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Michael and Lucy Vaughan founded Vaughan Ltd in 1983 to meet the demand in the interior design world for stylish and classical lighting made to the highest standards. Having previously been dealers in decorative antiques they fully appreciated the sort of lighting that was needed.

Mis en Demeure Furniture – Baden Baden click for details

Mis en Demeure Furniture – Baden Baden

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Elegant, chic and timeless, MIS EN DEMEURE is the quintessential model of French luxury and French way of living. Based on historical French fourniture designs, the MIS EN DEMEURE collection is adapted to meet modern standards of comfort and rebrands each piece with a twist of contemporary design.