The Art of Lacquer: Family Heritage and Modernity at Atelier Midavaine

Immerse yourself in the captivating universe of Atelier Midavaine with Anne Midavaine, who shares the fascinating history of this house founded in 1930. Inheriting an ancestral tradition of cellulose lacquer, the workshop embodies both the craftsmanship of yesteryear and contemporary innovation. Anne Midavine Anne takes us through the ages, from the Art Deco to the present, revealing the secrets behind the making of their iconic pieces.

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