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

    through Monday to Thursday

    9h - 18h

    Friday

    9h - 17h

  • New York

    43 East 10th Street

    New-York, NY 10003

    (1) 212 683 2081


    Through Monday
    to Friday

    9:00 to 5:00

Restauraciones patrimoniales o privadas, desde 1752, la fábrica PRELLE, empresa familiar desde hace 5 generaciones, pone al servicio de arquitectos y decoradores saber hacer (experiencia) ancestral.

Este compromiso personal constituye la mejor garantía de la continuación de las tradiciones y del saber hacer. La gran fuerza de la fábrica es de haber sabido conservar las antiguas técnicas y utilizar telares de diferentes generaciones, desde los telares a brazo que son los únicos sobre los cuales se pueden tejer los preciados terciopelos, brocados de seda o brocados de oro y de plata, hasta los telares electrónicos más modernos sin sacrificar ni la calidad, ni la belleza de los tejidos.

Embajadora del lujo y del refinamiento francés, el orgullo de Prelle es perpetuar la gran tradición de Lyon del trabajo de la seda para una clientela en busca de lo excepcional.

The restoration of the Imperial Boxes of the Opéra Garnier


The Manufacture Prelle has had the honor to participate in the restoration of the Emperor's and the Empress' boxes at the Opéra Garnier in Paris.
Thanks to our archives, we were able to find the original order of Charles Garnier to Eugène Prelle. Our know-how has allowed us to weave a faithful reproduction of the fabrics ordered in 1874. From a drawing of Charles Garnier, our ancestor Eugène Prelle, has been able to deliver the damas and the brocatelle for the public boxes and the Imperial boxes of the Opéra Garnier, respectively.

Opening Ceremony of the Lyon's Hall in Tsarskoe Selo


The opening ceremony of the Lyon's Hall in Tsarskoe Selo, St. Petersburg, Russia, has taken place on June 5th, 2019.
It's with great pride that the Manufacture Prelle was able to weave, for the second time and more than 153 years later, this lampas in the colour called "Bouton d'Or" for the Palace of Catherine II.
Woven originally for an 1866 imperial order, we were able to find the original colour in our archives and we reproduced the fabric identically for the Lyon's Hall.

Sound journey in the hand-craft workshop of the Manufacture

When the craft becomes art..