Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant


Volevatch, an expert in the art of the bath

The concept of the bathroom finds its origin with the appearance of the first water heaters in the 19th century. In Tully in the Somme, the cradle of the bath fitting industry, the company Volevatch, which was awarded an EPV label in 2006, expresses its know-how and passion for designing and manufacturing high-end bath fittings.

The family business that restores ancient bathrooms expresses its know-how and passion for designing and manufacturing high-end bath fittings.


It perpetuates both a sense of heritage and French luxury. A supplier to prestigious clients, whether luxury hotels, artists or royal families, the company produces its equipment and accessories using semi-industrial techniques






Its taste for excellence and perfection leads it to choose precious materials (bronze, crystal, copper, marble, precious wood, faience, rare stones). It also boasts a bespoke production workshop that allows it to satisfy requests to create or restore antique materials.


According to the manager, Serge Volevatch, on-going reflection with regard to new designs always begins with a knowledge of what has gone before."In order to be able to create new models, you must essentially stick to the very roots of what has already been done, otherwise you move away from the narrative and create objects that have no weight. At the same time, you must meet the standards that correspond to modern life and bring a sense of innovation to an object. To do this, you must not only have expertise in producing the object, but also have your hands free to be able to create.”


26 July 2013