The Famous Baguès House is born in the center of Paris in 1860, it is specialized in the creation of luxury lightings. Early, it became the emblem of the French savoir faire in lighting trade and wrought-iron work and the exception of the French craft industry very well prized worldwide.
Today, Baguès is lodged under one of the vaults of the Viaduc des Arts. It continues to manufacture its eldest models, which elegance remains a reference. Anxious to preserve this precious patrimony, the firm also restore some collection pieces. Its prestigious past has also been enriched by new creations, signed by talented designers like Elisabeth Garouste and Mattia Bonetti.
In its workshop, iron and bronze are shaped according to traditional technics. Chandeliers, lamps and wall sconces are hand leaf silver or guilt and crystals are hand assembled as jewels ; Patinas can modulate the pieces finish according to customer desire…
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