Étoffes pour ameublement depuis 1752
7 rue Barodet
(33) 472 10 11 40
(33) 472 10 11 41
Visit by appointment only
5 Place des Victoires
(33) 142 36 67 21
(33) 142 36 98 45
Until end April
through Monday to Thursday
9h-12h30 & 13h30-18h
9h-12h30 & 13h30-17h
43 East 10th Street
New-York, NY 10003
(1) 212 683 2081
(1) 212 683 2142
9:00 to 5:00
Heritage restorations or private, since 1752, PRELLE manufacture, a family business for 5 generations, devotes his know-how to architects and decorators.
The strong point of the Prelle manufacture is to have managed to live together several generations of weaving loom, from the hand looms, which are the only ones on which certain flock velvets and silk or gold and silver brocades can be woven, right up to the most modern computerised looms without sacrificing the quality or the beauty of the fabrics.
A standard bearer of the French luxury trade PRELLE et Cie are proud to offer their services bases on the experience of over 200 years, to a clientele to whom the pursuit of excellence and the maintenance of the highest standards, remain a concern of primary importance.
Elégance and fabrics at the time of The Great Gatsby
November 29, 2013 to April 30, 2014 at our Paris showroom
Download the french press release.
The Archives of the factory is particularly rich for the Art Deco period.
From 1913 to 1926 appear in the pattern books drawings from creators that will mark this period: Louis Süe, André Groult, Jacques Palyart, Sue&Mare, Charles Stern, Maurice Dufrêne, Suzanne Lalique, Jacques-Emile Ruhlmann.
The home design cabinet is also not left out: Aimé Prelle with compositions of ethnic inspiration and then her daughter Therese Verzier use with subtlety of stylized structures and architected landscapes.
This presentation connects to the exhibition "1925 when Art Deco seduced the world" em> at the Cité de l'Architecture et du Patrimoine for which Prelle contributes by archives and reissues loans.
Prelle is pleased to introduce Passementerie Verrier
Passementerie Verrier (creating, fabricating and reconstituting trimmings), represented by Yves Dorget is the last craft passementerie atelier in Paris with wooden 19th century machines, where they work by hand. There, the amazing refinement of tiebacks, tassels, fringes and braids that are created contribute to the creations of the interior decorators. In collaboration with Prelle, Wallace Collection, Chateau de Fontainebleau, ....