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Passementerie Verrier Paris

Fabric trimming
10 rue Orfila
75020 PARIS

Founded in 1753 in Paris, and located on its current site since 1901, Verrier Paris trimmings is unique in the capital, providing custom textile ornaments for the decoration of refined residences, hotels and luxury restaurants, museums and palaces, everywhere in the world, receiving orders from interior designers, decorators and upholsterers.
Their expertise is exceptional: in addition to fifteen Jacquard mechanical looms from the late nineteenth century for weaving braids, and a down twisting machine for the manufacture of cords and finishes, the workshop is still highly manual, with ridges and fringes woven and gimped by hand, and all the assembly and finishing of tassels, mounts, cartisanes and tiebacks carried out at the workbench. .

The ten craftsmen from the workshop perpetuate with passion and control the processes and gestures allowing the creation of trimmings of the highest aesthetic qualities and finish.

In harmony with the shape, pattern, materials, dimensions and colours of the room, from the most classic to the most contemporary styles, Verrier Paris trimmings embellish or simply enhance seats, sofas, cushions, curtains, Roman blinds and hangings, or bedsteads, handles, chandelier frames, picture hangings and banister ropes.

In addition to numerous private residences, the Hotel de Crillon in Paris, or the Lanesborough in London, the German and Chinese embassies in Paris, are among the recent customers of the workshop, which has also produced reproductions for the Palace of Fontainebleau, the Wallace collection of London, the Metropolitan Museum of New York, the Victoria Mansion of Portland (Maine), the Hunting and Nature Museum in Paris, and many others.