Inspired by the parison of the eponymous ceremony glass, the Apollo lightings - designed by Godefroy de Virieu et Stefania Di Petrillo - break away from classic codes to propose a both diaphanous and fascinating style. Thanks to the rhythm of the Venitian-style stripes and a captivating chromatic palette, the light becomes contemporary poetry.
A mischievous stack of crystal marbles on the stem and bubbles dotting the parison, are the hallmarks of this collection designed by Teleri Ann Jones. Vibrant and sensual, since 1992.
Designed by the master glassblowers and glasscutters of the manufacture of Saint-Louis, the Oxymore collection stands out thanks to its geometric architecture and its clean graphic features, that make it a contemporary set, compatible with many decorative styles. A contemporary classic, since 2012.
The first chandeliers appeared at Saint-Louis in the mid-19th century. Since, Saint-Louis is constantly revisiting its classics; and in 2015, the Royal line is introduced. Each piece of the collection can be customized for an extra touch of exclusivity (size, style and colours). A single chandelier offers over 15,000 possibilities.
Emblem of the city of Nancy in France, the chardon (French for “Thistle”) was the original inspiration behind a first service created in 1908. In 1913, the name was anglicized, becoming Thistle. Since then, it sparkles nobly on the greatest tables. Venitian-style stripes, bevel cuts and 24-carat gold or platinum decoration adorn its parison. Thistle: more than 100 years-old and as sharp as ever.
Designed in 1928, the Tommy service made an impression in 1938 during an exceptional lunch held in Versailles. Over two hundred guests were present including the King of the United Kingdom George VI and his wife Queen Elizabeth. From its star-shaped base to its parison adorned with diamond, bevel, pearl and rim cuts, Tommy reflects all the dexterity of the glassmasters of Saint-Louis.
Twist 1586, is an audacious collection of tasting glasses pairing esthetics with technical expertise. Adorned with Venitian-style stripes, the parison reveals all the nuances of wine through a subtle play of light. With Twist 1586, it is the universal language of intuition that guides our connoisseur inclinations.