Manufacture Prelle

Étoffes pour ameublement depuis 1752

  • Lyon

    7 rue Barodet

    69004 Lyon

    (33) 472 10 11 40

    (33) 472 10 11 41

    Visit by appointment only

  • Paris

    5 Place des Victoires

    75001 Paris

    (33) 142 36 67 21

    (33) 142 36 98 45

    through Monday to Thursday

    9h - 18h


    9h - 17h

  • New York

    43 East 10th Street

    New-York, NY 10003

    (1) 212 683 2081

    (1) 212 683 2142

    Through Monday
    to Friday

    9:00 to 5:00

Stan Smith dresses in silk for Roland Garros.

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.

New Textile Collection

Since April 2016, Prelle introduces a new textile collection drawn from our archival documents colored for today.

Presents The Marie Antoinette Gown

The Spirit of Couture is to create, preserve, and appreciate one of a kind pieces of beauty. La Manufacture PRELLE, a fabric company since 1752 and family business for five generations, has created timeless fabrics for the mot renowned people in history.

Maggie Norris Couture is proud to present the Marie Antoinette Gown. Through a highly complicated and rare process, this fabric by PRELLE dawns a warp printed pattern that was so beloved by the late French Queen herself. Now, a woman can slip into a dress that will make her feel as Grand as the Palace of Versailles.

Photography by Andrew Le Pera Model Victoria Marie
Illustration by Anna Kiper​

July 2015, Prelle invites you to enter our private world of weaving to see an exceptional brocade destined to cover a chair that once belonged to Marie Antoinette: