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The historical and contemporary collections of EPV companies on display at the Grand Palais in April 2019

The Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant Label will be on show at the International Rare Book & Fine Art Fair which will take place at the Grand Palais from 12 to 14 April 2019! A stand will bring together 8 EPV companies to present their historical collections in tandem with contemporary creations.

Created in 2016 by CNES (National Chamber of Specialised Experts), the most important French chamber of experts in art and collectibles, the Fine Art Fair is a unique event in the cultural calendar since its creation and has been a source of great interest from economic stakeholders in the sector. Associated with the International Rare Book Fair, the largest fair of its kind (organised by the SLAM), the Fine Art Fair welcomes more than 20,000 visitors under the canopies of the Grand Palais, a knowledgeable and demanding clientele of amateurs and collectors.
This exhibition, the premier international meeting of expertise and market for cultural goods, under the patronage of Mr. Emmanuel Macron, President of the Republic, creates a forum highlighting the exceptional know-how of Entreprises du Patrimoine Vivant companies.

The exhibition will allow visitors to discover creations from the following companies:

- L'horloger de la Croix Rousse, antique clockmaking,
- Atelier Jean Sablé, trompe l’œil interior and mural decoration,
- Marqueterie d'art Spindler, marquetry
- Volevatch, artistic tap fittings and goldsmithry
- Philippe Tournaire, famous for its jewellery creations
- Cristel, famous for its culinary utensil designs
- Atelier St Eloi, chaser and goldsmith for over 30 years
- Candide, artistic bronze maker
- Cristalleries de Saint-Louis, one of the great names in French crystal.

Practical information:
Salon International du Livre Rare & de l'Objet d'art
Grand Palais, Avenue Winston Churchill, 75008 Paris
Friday 12 April, Saturday 13 April and Sunday 14 April: 11.00 am – 8 pm
Thursday 11 April 2019 – Private view on invitation only: 5 pm – 10 pm

18 March 2019