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DescriptionOrnamentation, gilding, exoticism... this season's radiant collection is inspired by the aesthetics of the crazy years and colourful nights of cabaret. The Cabaret collection sweeps us up into a festive, exuberant atmosphere with a graphic style that is both decorative and modern. Refined palm and peacock feather motifs bring an elegance and a levity to your tables, in the spirit of Art Deco. The Cabaret collection is available in a range of shimmering colours, enhanced by touches of gold. Linen fibres play with the light, providing intense reflections. A complete collection of table linens and a series of coordinated wooden trays. To guarantee shine and superior quality we use high-end linen yarn that is strong, light and with the longest fibres. With their coordinated design, the Cabaret table towels contrast beautifully with the collection's tablecloths, petits carrés , placemats and table runners. The quality of our weave ensures that their delicate colours and patterns will stand the test of time without losing their sparkle. The linen we weave is Masters of Linen® certified, 100% European and eco-responsible. A genuine mark of excellence and guaranteed traceability, this label is a benchmark for both consumers and professionals. We are also committed, in partnership with our producers, to defending the know-how and production of high-quality European linen.
We select the finest qualities of linen yarn, strong and light, and the longest fibers, to guarantee superior quality to our customers.
THE STAGES OF CREATION OF OUR PRODUCTS
From the creation of the designs to the making, a Le Jacquard Français product requires 15 manufacturing steps, all carried out with the greatest care and an infinite sense of detail, before coming to dress your home: creation, lisage (translation of the creations into Jacquard language stitch by stitch), selection of the best quality cotton and linen yarns, countertyping of the yarn colors according to the trends of the moment (about 60 per year), yarn dyeing (preferably great dyeing), winding (to limit yarn waste), inking, warping and reuniting (to make the warp), knotting and weaving, piece inspection (quality control of the fabrics), ennobling, and finally making up and packaging.
Today, thanks to our 53 looms, we compose a large number of original designs at a rate of two collections per year. Weavers, knotters, warpers, gluers, stitchers are all trades and gestures exercised with passion and for generations in our factory in Gérardmer, which conceive for you the most beautiful creations of Le Jacquard Français.