Metallics rock at J.L Coquet
French porcelain company J.L Coquet and brand Jaune de Chrome launch Tosca and Rialto collections
French company J.L Coquet has presented its new Tosca collection. The geometric shapes of the pattern are reminiscent of piano keys, while the metallic finish means that the colours vary depending on the light and viewpoint. In this mixture dominant colours are now lime green and mineral blue, now grey and golden shades (Tosca doré).
This collection is also available in pink/lavender and black/sea green hues (Tosca noir).
Inspired by Venice and the magic of its famous carnival, the Jaune de Chrome porcelain brand, a brand under the J.L Coquet umbrella, and known for its unique creations combining porcelain, enamel and metallic components, has created the Rialto collection.
This new range, which combines the raw character of metallic enamel with the delicacy of a coppery floral print, goes particularly well with the plain metallic grey enamel Bora Bora and Granité rouge collections.
ABOUT J.L COQUET
The J.L Coquet establishments were founded in 1963. The manufacturing plant itself was set up in 1824 in Saint‐Léonard‐de‐Noblat, on the banks of the Vienne river, just a few minutes away from Limoges. In addition to its own collections, J.L Coquet devotes some of its production to bespoke creations ordered by its clients. The company achieves over 50% of its turnover in exports.
Launched in 1984 by Christian Le Page, CEO of J.L Coquet, the Jaune de Chrome brand is known for its unique creations which combine porcelain, enamels and metallic components that reveal patterns with surprising texture effects. Jaune de Chrome achieves nearly 80% of its turnover in exports.
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