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DescriptionInspired by the Palais de l'Élysée and French art-de-vivre, the Elysée collection evokes the gingham of the guinguettes and traditional kitchen tiles. The play of lines and weaves, cockerel's foot, braid and satin magnify the know-how of jacquard weaving, and bring modernity to the linen collection for a dynamic and elegant kitchen! This tea towel in 60x80cm will be a real charm in your kitchen. Worked down to the smallest details, you will appreciate the little blue, white, red, Cock-a-doodle-doo! The finish in overjet bourdon brings the little touch of fantasy and modernity for a resolutely chic and current line. The "French Republic" logo is subtly integrated in tone on tone in the weaving and inks the products in our heritage and traditions. Our products are woven in 100% cotton, combed long fibers, to guarantee you a superior quality. The longest fibers produce a perfectly smooth and resistant cloth; the fineness of the combed yarns gives incomparable brilliance and precision to our patterns. Because trust in our products is paramount, Le Jacquard Français manufactures products with the OEKO-TEX STANDARD 100 label. Created in 1992, this independent international label guarantees a limited and strictly controlled use of substances hazardous to health and the environment during the manufacture of textiles at all stages of processing.
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.