Inspired by Tisserant

In 1925, a fresh graduate of the renowned École Boulle arts and crafts school, Émile Tisserant took part in the Arts Décoratifs exhibition, where he was among the winners. A few years later, he founded his own company, at the height of the Art Deco style, collaborated with Ruhlmann and participated in the production of luminaires for the Normandie liner.

In the 1970s, his son Bernard Tisserant became a determinant of good taste and austerity, deciding to concentrate more on the reproduction of chandeliers and restoration work. He is also a graduate of École Boulle and for 15 years was chairman of the bronze jury of the Meilleurs Ouvriers de France (Best Artisans in France) competitions.

The company is now run by the grandson of its founder, Antoine Tisserant, who enriched the collection with several hundred new models. Not afraid to use new technologies, he was one of the first to use LEDs in high-class luminaires - like a lantern with pigeons made of rock crystal, produced in collaboration with Pierre-Yves Rochon for the "Grand Hotel" in Cap Ferrat.

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