Chasse à la licorne paperweight saint-louis


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Dernière cristallerie à préserver ce savoir-faire, la cristallerie Saint-Louis réalise chaque année des presse-papiers de collection, en série limitée et numéroté à l’image de ce modèle, le presse-papier chasse à la licorne. Le premier presse-papier voit le jour en 1845 chez Saint-Louis. La création d’une sulfure commémorant le couronnement de le reine Elisabeth II va permettre de diffuser cette mode à l’internationale. Depuis, des milliers de collectionneurs chérissent ces précieuses sulfures, nécessitant en moyenne plus de 10 heures de travail pour chacune d’elle.

  • Presse-papier Chasse à la Licorne 2017 signé Saint-Louis
  • Édition limitée à 50 ex
  • Découvrez les presse-papiers Saint-Louis
  • Écrin, sac, certificat d’authenticité
  • Diamètre : 8,6 cm


European Union : shipping with GLS, the delivery time is about 5 days.
Outside the European Union : shipping with GLS, the delivery time is about one or two weeks, depending of the custom clearance.
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With more than 138 years of experience, our export team takes the greatest care to package each order. A damaged product? We will send a new one. A lost parcel? We will send a new one. The shipping cost include an insurance break and lost.



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Discover Chasse à la licorne paperweight Saint-Louis, 2017 edition, limited at 50 copies.


Today, Saint-Louis crystal is the only one that still creates these precious sulphides. As early as the 16th century, Murano’s glassmakers made glass balls in which they trapped twisted rods and multicoloured ribbons. The first paperweight signed by Saint-Louis was not created until 1845. Follow the creations of the Baccarat and many others. The infatuation is immediate and the vogue lasts until 1860. Production then declined and ceased towards the end of the century.

From time immemorial, the paperweight intrigues, questions and excites. These little glass balls are part of the history of French glassware. Collectors include Queen Victoria, Empress Eugenie, King Farouk, and Jeanne Lanvin


Saint-Louis perpetuates this tradition with an exclusive production. Indeed, every year, four to eight paperweights are created in limited and numbered series.

To better understand this know-how, Saint-Louis offers a visit to its workshops by reservation. During your visit, a stop is made at the paperweight workshop. Each paperweight need ten hours of work! Five to six people work at this workshop, requiring great patience.