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OUR BRANDS

We are delighted to represent the following brands in Hong Kong :

Charles Paris

Founded in 1908 and reputed for its original creations in the world of lighting and interior decorations, Charles lighting follows traditional method of working with bronze with a skill team of craftsmen. 

 

All stages from creation to production are executed in house, which enables Charles lighting to offer excellence to its customers, particularly to top designers with their important projects in different regions of the world.

 

Cristallerie de Montbronn

Based in Lorraine and founded in 1930, Montbronn specializes in hand cut crystal made in the exact traditional French way, with pure, classic or design lines and a variety of vibrant colours. 

The company has received the “EPV- Company of living Heritage” distinction which is given to outstanding companies to acknowledge the delivery of their precise French know-how.

 

Côté Table

Côté Table provides a classic French elegant style, combining traditional charm with contemporary inspiration. Since its inception in 1996 in Bordeaux, the brand immediately seduced clients with its exclusive tableware collections. Following on an extensive collection of home decoration has been developped, including textile, furniture, lighting, decorative items, and accessories for bed and bath.

Our in-house creative team constantly refresh the collections with exclusive creations 100% Côté Table, following the current creative trends.

The brand is internationally recognised, 60% of the turn over is export, the collections are available in over 2000 boutiques worldwide, including over 600 in France.

Ercuis

Founded in 1867, Ercuis is a top silversmith in France and one of the members of the prestigious Comité Colbert which recognizes luxury houses that symbolize excellence in French craftsmanship.

From the quality and fine detailing to its innovative designs, Ercuis surpasses all expectations. The brand graces many top hotels and Michelin premises, providing both normal and bespoke tailor made services for client special needs: Aman Resort, Four Seasons, Ritz Carlton, George V, Royal Monceau Paris and Peninsula are just some examples of Ercuis’ clients.

 

Féau & Cie

The origins of the Firm go back to 1875, when C. Fournier collaborated with outstanding architects on prestigious buildings such as the Palais Rose in Paris and the Villa Ephrusi for Rothschild at St Jean Cap Ferrat.

Still dedicated to large-scale decorative woodwork, the Firm pursued this activity in 1919 with R. Greloux in the pure French 18th century style, contributing particularly to the New York World Fair in 1939 and the first manifestations of French Art Deco in Paris.

When he joined the Firm, Joël Féau continued this activity and considerably enlarged the collection of period documents, as well as taking part in the first Biennales des Antiquaires et des Décorateurs in Paris.

The work of Féau & cie is known worldwide. Their decorative woodwork is on view at the Metropolitan Museum in New York and at the Getty Museum, and they have projects under way from Chicago to Tokyo (French château restaurant).

Guillaume Féau now takes part in most of the main events involving antiques or Art Deco, including Maastricht, Palm Beach, Moscow and, of course, the Paris Biennale des Antiquaires where we produce several stands for major antiques dealers.

Gabriel Glas

 “Who needs a different glass for every style of wine when the “One for All” Gabriel-Glas is the perfect glass for every wine?” -René Gabriel, the world-renowned wine critic and authority, the creative genius behind Gabriel-Glas. The design of the glass consists of a broader base to allow better wine airing. Its graceful conical glass shape at the top serves as a “bouquet driver”.

Le Jacquard Français

For more than 100 years, Le Jacquard Français has been a symbol of quality, timeless and sophisticated French linen, due to its superb weaving expertise & technique delivered by the skilful hands of its workers in Gérardmer of France. The vibrant use of colours, international lifestyle taste and ability to propose traditional and contemporary designs in linen, cotton or damask makes Le Jacquard Français a popular and interesting brand among different customers around the globe. 

Gien

Established since 1821, Gien has been upholding its premier faïencerie position due to its supreme ceramic artistry, executed by the finest craftsmen at its workshop in the Loire Valley of France. 

By their history, Gien have continuously been creating new models inspired by historical and varied styles both from their archives, and today’s talented and well- known artists and designers. Combining tradition and modernity, know-how and creativity, Gien’s pieces are truly a work of art, representing the real spirit of French art of living.

Jaune de Chrome

Being a creator, Jaune de Chrome designs and makes exclusive objects which are never exactly alike, nor completely different and therefore, his collections offer to their owners the pleasure of Jaune de Chrome's unique creativity. Being a pioneer, Jaune de Chrome has focused on intensive research and experiments, and is known all over the world for his most incredible motifs and effects never equaled.  Since 1984, with Catherine Badaire who develops the style by Jaune de Chrome, they have been elaborating in their workshop near Limoges, a fusion between a millenary know-how and contemporary spirit. At the heart of everything,  it is about a passion to create the most exclusive art creations one can dream of.

J.L Coquet

Synonym of luxury, innovation and French

Savoir-Faire, J.L Coquet fine porcelain today shines on all the tables all over the world.

Decorated and manufactured exclusively in Limoges since 1824, J.L Coquet creations are 100% French.

Noël

Established in 1883 by Madame Noël, the eponymous company first specialized in antique lace. It was not until 1910 that her son, Edouard-Louis Noël, made embroidery the company’s trademark. In collaboration with his wife, Jeanne Boulet, he developed what would become the “Noël style.”

In the 1920s, the company moved to rue La Boétie and became renowned for the quality of its products. Noël’s sophisticated tablecloths were used at chic and prestigious dinners held at venues such as the Elysée and Versailles and receptions organized by Helena Rubinstein and Mrs. Ford in New York. Noël forged a worldwide reputation for itself and embroidered the cradle linen for Prince Charles of England. 

In 1992, Adeline Dieudonné acquired Noël and managed to breathe new life into the company while preserving the tradition of exclusivity and quality that made it such a cherished brand. Artists and designers are regularly asked to create new motifs that reflect the Noël style. Annabelle d’Huart and, more recently, Florine Asch and Alice Cozon, have all collaborated with the company.

 

Odiot

Founded in 1690, Odiot gained notoriety in the 18thcentury in France with Jean-Baptiste Gaspard Odiot, one of the finest silversmith of his time. 

Odiot received prestigious orders from royal European and Russian families. Presently, Odiot continues creating noble pieces of exceptional technical and artistic quality. Each object (whether in bronze, silver or gold) carries the master silversmith hallmark, and is accepted as an unquestionable guarantee of quality all over the world.  

Point a La Ligne

With over 40 years of unparalleled expertise in the design and manufacture of decorative candles, Point a La Ligne is synonymous of quality and creativity.

The company offers a genuine concept of the Art of Living and Decorations with an extensive range of amazing candles.

Pouenat

Artistic craftsmen in wrought iron since 1880, the POUENAT studios were established in Moulins, Allier.
In the sixties, they expanded into interior design and decorative arrangement of metals.
The takeover of POUENAT by Jacques Rayet in 1995 marked an important turning point. Already creating their own work in their studios, under Rayet POUENAT started to release lighting and objects produced by famous designers-architects, which led to Success and international establishment.
POUENAT is one of the few ‘artistic’ producers in the profession of iron craft. Today it employs twenty-five skilled craftsmen and collaborators, still in Moulins. A great renaissance, recognised in France and abroad.
In 2009, the “Living Heritage Company” (Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant, or EPV), awarded by the Ministry of Economy, Industry and Employment confirmed the excellence and rarity of POUENAT’s Knowledge.

Raynaud

With more than 150 years of reference, from U.S President Benjamin Harrison to Lady Diana, Dustin Hoffman, Raynaud have been making extra-ordinary tableware service for top personalities serving many prestigious locations and famous clients.

Established in 1849, Raynaud is at the forefront of fine porcelain making in Limoges, creating wonderful designs, colours and quality that are fade resistant, stylish and timeless. Today Raynaud is working with world famous designers and master chefs to continue to excel their contribution in the culinary world, their inventions, creativity and precision in porcelain making. Raynaud signifies the true sophisticated and luxury style of les art de la table today. 

Sabre

Founded in 1993, Sabre is an international brand producing mix and match cutlery made of stainless steel and acrylic. Available in a rainbow of colors, designs and patterns, it is ideal for casual dining. Breaking conformism and responding with the freedom and the flexibility of creating infinite design possibilities, Sabre continues to develop chic and lively designs every year.