Maison Louis-Marie Vincent is distinguished by its know-how and its taste for excellence in the world of design, creation of fine furniture, decorative panel, interior decoration and fine furniture restoration. It came to life in 2013 from Claire and Louis-Marie Vincent desire to join their talents. While Louis-Marie Vincent concentrates on the line, Claire focuses her attention on materials and colors. They define themselves as designers-decorators, very inspired by Jean-Michel Frank. The emphasis is always on elegant simplicity, a timeless classic design with a modern twist.
Sharing the same passion for excellence, these two partners have the theme “History and Know-How”. Through this philosophy, they have managed to attract the trust of an international clientele that is both demanding and cultivated.
Trésor Vivant de l’Artisanat Prize (2016)
Initiative Sarthe Prize (2013)
Reference in the Annuaire Officiel des Métiers d’Art de France, INMA
Member of Ateliers d’Art de France
Our workshops located in Bierné, in Mayenne, in France, are unique in that we practice the four professions necessary to realise a complete product : cabinet-making, marquetry, metalworking, covering and finishing.
In addition to our team, we are surrounded by French craftsmen in iron, gilders, upholsterers, decorative painters and more in order to meet the most demanding of your requests.
Each item issued from our workshops is unique or produced in small series, using traditional cabinet-making techniques from the 18th Century such as marquetry and stamp-varnishing associated with contemporary and specific processes such as those used in aeronautics or yachting. The assembly, covering and finishing are carried out by hand.
ART BROKERAGE AND FINE FURNITURE RESTORATION
Impassioned by the eighteenth century and Art Deco, Louis-Marie Vincent, creators of museum quality furniture, continues its brokerage business in search of objects and fine furniture that are restored in the workshops of Maison Louis-Marie Vincent.
In addition to a clientele of private collectors, he has also participated in the restoration of furniture of the Louvre, the Château de Versailles, the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Bordeaux and the Cleveland Museum of Art in Ohio (USA).