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Avantages magazine February 2023, Long live Longwy!
Dior Maison, the designer India Mahdavi, Habitat and many others have recently pushed the doors of the Manufacture des Emaux de Longwy.
Prestigious collaborations that highlight this 220 year old know-how!
And good news, the Manufacture can be visited, an opportunity to (re)discover the work of cloisonné enamels on earthenware where each piece is entirely made (even the molds) and painted by hand.
Not to be missed: twice a year, factory sales are organized, so you can buy an exceptional piece at a low price.
Magazine Benefits February 2023

Télématin France 2, Longwy enamel in the salons of Paris

Télématin France 2
Saturday 18 January 2020

Video report by Sylvie Adigard broadcast on Télématin on France 2 on Saturday 18 January 2020.
The Manufacture des Emaux de Longwy 1798 is participating in the Maison&Objet and Paris Déco Home fairs from 17 to 21 January with Manufactures EMBLEM, an opportunity to discover the preparation of new creations with this unique know-how made in France.

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Morocco, Longwy's made in France know-how

Déco Actuelle - Morocco

Déco Actuelle HS luxe, a Moroccan press magazine, devoted a 4-page report to our Manufacture.
December 2018 / January 2019 issue.


Paris Capitale Magazine puts Sparkling Mirettes in the spotlight

Paris Capitale Magazine
January 2019

Florence Halimi highlights Sparkling Mirettes by Celeste Mogador in the January issue of Paris Capitale Magazine.

Press contact:
Agence Victoire - Elodie Arenou +33 (0) 667 712 528

Télématin with the Manufacture des Emaux de Longwy 1798 on France 2

Trends - Long live Longwy enamel

broadcast on Sat. 27.10.18 at 9:06 am on France 2
news & society | 6min | all audiences
Columnist: Sylvie Adigard

The enamel factory celebrates its 220th anniversary

Founded in 1798, the Longwy enamel factory is celebrating its 220th anniversary this year. 1798 saw the foundation of the Faïencerie in Longwy in a former convent.

A production renowned since the First Empire: the Emperor Napoleon the First, after his visit to the "workshop of the factory", ordered the tableware for the Imperial houses of the Legion of Honour.

In 1835, the earthenware factory passed into the hands of the Huart family for 140 years, and from then on it prospered.

In order to "fight back in France" against the growing imports from China and Japan, the d'Huarts brought the Italian Amédée de Carenza to Longwy - around 1872 - who brought with him the exclusive techniques that would enable him to produce enamels on earthenware.

The famous "Émaux de Longwy" were born and their reputation would only grow.

To celebrate their 220th anniversary, the Manufacture is coming to the Bristol. Bastien Brousse, the hotel's floral designer, has chosen the house's vases to sublimate his new settings which adorn the hotel's common areas. A beautiful setting for the house which celebrates its 220th anniversary this year and an opportunity for us to look back at the history of this extraordinary manufacture.

Madame Figaro: Longwy, a great house of French know-how

The art of living addresses

Madame Figaro 14/05/18

Considered as one of the great houses of French craftsmanship, the Manufacture des Émaux de Longwy 1798 is making a comeback since its takeover in 2015.
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The renewed vitality of Longwy enamel, France 3 report

The renewed vitality of Longwy enamels

Since its takeover in December 2015, the Longwy enamel factory has regained vitality by bringing in new designers. It now employs around forty people.

France 3 Grand Est reports on the workshops of the Manufacture des Emaux de Longwy 1798, a visit to discover the exceptional know-how of Longwy with Dominique Duforest.

Release March 2018