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Remy Garnier

Since 1832, Rémy Garnier has been at the avant-garde of high end, indoor-outdoor bronze products. With numerous patents, it has one of the largest hardware collections of its kind in the world. Renowned for its expertise in bronze craftsmanship and gilding techniques, it has expanded its savoir-faire to other architectural custom work including exceptional lighting fixtures, furniture and bronze accessories.

Rémy Garnier uniquely controls from start to finish its complete production chain, thus offering quality, cost control and timely delivery.

Its creative decorations are referenced in the restoration of national monuments in France and abroad. They are in evidence in well-known palaces, hotels and residences worldwide.

Gael Pervilhac

Remy Garnier France HQ

34 Boulevard de la Bastille

Paris 75012 FRANCE

+33 (0) 7 89 64 35 22

Cremones and knobs emblematic of the House Rémy Garnier, in bronze and presented in different finishes.
A look back at our chandelier, Le Grand Griffon, made to order for an American client. The Grand Griffon is inspired by the 19th century Napoleon III style with its eagle heads. We had to take inspiration from an existing chandelier of 60 centimeters to create one 4 meters high and 2 meters wide. In a few figures, here is the time required to create this majestic chandelier: - 52 skylights: the glass structures are blown and made by hand - 500 kg of bronze: for this we had to create a specific chain which was tested in laboratories to check and ensure its safety.
The city hall of Paris, decorated with a sumptuous chandelier of our House
Artisan who applies his hematite stone savoir-faire to a bronze decoration, in order to make it shine.
Cremone in the Art Deco style, this rectangular box has the typical geometrical shapes of the 1920s, in "steps". This style is part of Remy Garnier's very successful collections. The cremone includes the case, the guide and the strike plates.
Details of a delicately chiseled bronze leaf decoration.
“Sault” table, with two marble trays encircled by laurel motifs. A hand-chiseled bird's head supports the trays, a strut links the composition.