Two institutions in which expert craftsmen engage in a living ballet of rhythmic movements passed on from generation to generation.
Saint-Louis and the Comédie-Française created side by side a classic 85-light chandelier for the Mounet-Sully salon, restored in 2017.
Inspired by an engraving from Pierre Fontaine dating back to 1830, the masterpiece is mouth-blown and hand-cut.
In 2016, Saint-Louis creates two unique service vessels for a timeless wine: Grange Imperial 2012, a rare vintage released by the Australian wine producer Penfolds. The first vessel is a statuesque piece that is one metre tall. It precisely balances and elevates the wine to facilitate the perfect pour for the six litres of wine it is designed to hold. This piece is issued in a limited edition of only 5.
To celebrate the on-screen release of the latest James Bond film, spectre, Bollinger & Saint-Louis - allied with her Most Gracious Majesty’s famous agent since 1979 - have decided to create a unique object expressing the ultimate degree of refinement and excellence so beloved of 007. “For this exceptional creation, Champagne Bollinger has chosen a partner that shares the same values of French excellence and exacting standards of quality, the Saint-Louis Crystalworks” Jerôme Philipon, Président de Champagne Bollinger. Limited edition to 307 numbered pieces.
KALLISTA is know for its designs of luxury plumbing products, offering faucets and fixtures thoughtully created for tasteful, whole-bath solutions. The parternship with Saint-Louis was a natural fit, as the two Maisons combined their expertise in both global design & artisan craftmanship to produce exquisite decorative faucets. The Per Se Saint-Louis and Script Saint-Louis collections were born.
As a crystal clear explanation of a long-awaited relation, the Kings’ Hall collection embodies the prestigious collaboration between the Château de Versailles and Saint-Louis.
Established by Louis XV’s letters patent, it has gifted the world with creations which have adorned the tables set for the most eminent Royals in this emblematic venue.
Both naturally joined to write a journey through History on four tumblers: four tales telling the stories of four Kings who made this castle their own with their style and way of life.
The Kings’ Hall collection presents four tumblers in clear crystal, each associated to one of the four Kings who shed light upon the Château de Versailles as they all made a particular theater of Art and History out of it.
Each and every mark on the crystal is reminiscent of the artistic and historic inspirations which defined the corresponding reign. As one dears to drink, the cut allows a crown to arise. Louis XIV, Louis XV, Louis XVI and Louis-Philippe then all gather around the table.