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Gas Bijoux

Manufacture of costume jewellery, distribution of costume jewellery, clothes, accessories and perfumes
Show Room Gas Bijoux
10 rue Bachaumont
75002 Paris

Sale to private individuals and professionals

The Gas Bijoux House was born at the end of the ‘60s on the beaches of Saint Tropez, where André Gas wandered around selling his first good luck charms. For over 45 years, the brand’s know-how has always been respected for its excellence. Today, at the workshop in Marseille, 60 artisans create the jewellery designed by the Gas family.

Many techniques are used for each piece: engraving, hand polishing, inlays, enamelling, stringing, weaving, setting, etc. The House knows all the secrets of all the techniques. A rich, unique know-how that the brand has preserved over the years as it has expanded abroad..

Solidarity is an important value for the brand, so while Gas Bijoux makes special lines for prestigious brands such as l’Oréal, Elle, Vogue, Air France, etc., they also create charity-linked products for events at associations such as AmfAR, the French Red Cross, Aides, etc..

Today, Gas Bijoux has eight boutiques under its own name in Paris, Marseille, Saint Tropez, Milan and New York and is sold in over 300 selective multi-brand boutiques and prestigious department stores such as Le Bon Marché in Paris, Bergdorf Goodman in New York and Takashimaya in Tokyo.