A sleeping beauty, Cristalerie de Montbronn, created in 1930, in Moselle, is undergoing a creative revival, between tradition and modernity.
Less known than the prestigious houses on Rue Royale, in Paris, Cristallerie De Montbronn, a small village in Moselle, on the edge of the Vosges forest, is creating a revolution under the aegis of its new president, Frédéric Muller, aiming to perpetuate this antique art trade by adapting it to the constraints of a market influenced by standardized productions.
The major revival of the Cristallerie de Montbronn
A deluxe craftsmanship enterprise, specialized in table settings, its innovative spirit now strives at developing entirely personalizable collections, available in a wide palette of colours, by making an incursion in the field of decoration. Each product, handmade by its in-house craftspersons, can be magnified with inlaid gold or platinum.
Trends and innovations
Highly aware of trends, allowing itself as only automated operation, polishing with acid, which conveys to crystal an incomparable radiance and transparency, the house is constantly innovating to stand out from the crowd, at a crossroads between tradition and modernity. No doubt these exceptional streamlined pieces will soon find themselves on the most prestigious tables.