The "Arts and Crafts of History" Collection

There are today in France, land of Art and History, 217 crafts in 83 specialties: embroiderers, leatherworkers, milliners, jewelers, master glassmakers, ironworkers, carpenters, stonemasons, cabinetmaker, upholsterer furniture, fountain makers, marble maker, stone carver, stonemason, jeweler, leatherworker, serigrapher, glover, goldsmith, bow ma...

There are today in France, land of Art and History, 217 crafts in 83 specialties: embroiderers, leatherworkers, milliners, jewelers, master glassmakers, ironworkers, carpenters, stonemasons, cabinetmaker, upholsterer furniture, fountain makers, marble maker, stone carver, stonemason, jeweler, leatherworker, serigrapher, glover, goldsmith, bow maker, but also enameller on lava, trunk maker, fresco maker, guillocheur, feltmaker, restorer of leather and so many others ...

Their common point? A know-how of ultimate excellence, characterized by the mastery of ancestral gestures and techniques, to transform matter, restore it, shape it and create exceptional objects (unique pieces and small series) at the crossroads of the beautiful and useful, functional and artistic.

Legitimates of ancestral know-how passed down from generation to generation, the craftsmen of Art and of Heritage are also the guarantors of the transmission of History through their work of reconstitution, repair and restoration of heritage.


Craftsmen of Art and History ®  

All the Art and History Artisans ®, partners of Historiae Secrets, have been selected for their exceptional quality and mastery of their technicality, but also for their creative and artistic genius in their respective crafts.

Masters of their Art, after years of hard work searching for and understanding all the secrets at the heart of the complex alchemy of the know-how of their respective trades, they have gone beyond the technique to reach the highest artistic level, hence using the object as a medium to fully express their Art.






Iconography:

Dantan Edouard-Joseph (1848-1897), Un coin d'atelier, 1881.
Tableau représentant le père de l'artiste, Antoine-Laurent Dantan (1798-1878), sculptant le relief L'Ivresse de Silène.
Huile sur toile, 98x130 cm, Saint-Cloud, Musée des Avelines.
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The "Arts and Crafts of History" Collection