Lacloche Joailliers

Lacloche Joailliers

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Lacloche Joailliers

Laurence Mouillefarine, Veronique Ristelhueber

Norma, 2020

Founded in Paris in 1901 by three brothers, Lacloche Frères sold jewelry created by the best Parisian workshops and was renowned for its elegant designs and exquisite workmanship. Their tiaras, bracelets, pins, clocks, and ladies' accessories (vanities, cigarette cases) embodied the spirit of Art Nouveau and Art Deco, and are some of their best-known pieces. This is the first monograph to trace the dazzling history of the Lacloche family business, and includes an extraordinary album of gouaches that recreates the 21 clocks and 63 pieces of jewelry from their award-winning booth at the 1925 Paris Exhibition des Arts Décoratifs.

La maison Lacloche est l’une des gloires de la joaillerie parisienne. Réputés pour l’élégance et le raffinement de leur fabrication, les modèles signés Lacloche Frères, puis Jacques Lacloche, étaient conçus par les meilleurs ateliers de Paris, auxquels cet ouvrage rend un hommage attendu. S’appuyant sur les archives familiales et sur deux extraordinaires albums inédits de gouaches de bijoux, boîtes et pendules réalisés pour l’Exposition internationale de 1925, cette première monographie met en lumière, à travers plus de 700 documents, les créations exceptionnelles du joaillier, de l’Art nouveau et de l’Art déco aux années 1960.

English/French - 304 pages - 25.3 cm x 3.3 cm x 31.14 cm - 4.13 Kg

ISBN: 9782376660248