L’ILLUSTRE EARRINGS BACCARAT
Since 1882, Vessière Cristaux is located at baccarat, our shop is opened 24/7, contact us at +33 (0)126.96.36.199.55 for any information.
5% additional discount until September 30th with the coupon code "SEPTEMBRE"
SPECIALIST SHOP IN CRYSTAL, LOCATED AT BACCARAT
+33 (0)188.8.131.52.55 - 24/7 -
The House VESSIERE CRISTAUX Baccarat, specialist of the crystal since 1882, retails, Baccarat, Daum, Lalique as well as earthenwares of Lorraine.
Its founder - Justin Vessière Sr. - was a highly skilled engraver working with his master J-B. Simon. Several of their masterpieces, made separately or in common, still exist.
Justin Vessière – before travelling around the world presenting the manufacturing of Baccarat in numerous exhibitions (since New York and Chicago until Saint Petersburg, via Liverpool and Edinburgh) - obtained with his sons the highest rewards for their presentation and their works of engraving on crystals.
The house Vessière Cristaux, the fourth generation situated in Baccarat, offers you the great classics of the crystal, such as the Harcourt service from Baccarat, vases Bacchantes Lalique, or still crystal pastes from Daum.
We invite you to discover our website to take a sample of the most beautiful crystals of the world.
Vessière Cristaux groups an important number of different crystal glasswares to offer you a large and various choice. We present you the collections of three main glasswares of our region: Baccart, Lalique and Daum. Not to mention items produced by glassmakers who offer a high-quality crystal and a large choice with with reasonable prices. Vessière Cristaux – before 130 years of activity in Baccarat – remains the international ambassador of the crystal’s city which represents a security guarantee thanks to a rigorous selection of our crystals. A high-quality after-sales service, open 7 days a week, a breakage insurance for each delivery, a blog about our news, a loyalty programme and a personalised customer follow-up, that is what distinguishes our House since 1882.