La Rochere revives vintage model
French glassworks La Rochere creates a new drinkware collection based on the model that’s been in the archives since 1890
The new Artois collection from French glassworks La Rochere is inspired by a form that has been in the glassworks' archives since 1890.
The combination of cut bubble shapes and rustic bourgeois character evoke a certain early 19th century provincial charm.
This glass collection bears the name of the county of Artois in the north of France, next to the county of Flanders. Solid, generous and radiant, it reflects the timeless spirit of enjoying life, French style.
The other new reference for La Rochère is the Ouessant collection. In pressed glass, the models sport rectangular stripes and are available as high ball glasses or tumblers.
Earlier this year, La Rochère glassworks acquired a distribution network in the United States: La Rochère North America. Its offices are based in Bronxville in the state of New York with the warehouses in New Jersey. The American subsidiary can be contacted by email: customerservice@larochere‐na.comAbout La Rochere
La Rochère glassworks was founded in 1475 and has been managed by the family since 1858. Today, its business is focused on the construction market (manufacturing bricks, tiles and glass paving) and also tableware. It designs products for the general public as well as professionals in the catering and hotel industries. La Rochère draws its creative inspiration from its archives and also works with contemporary designers. The company generates around 40% of its revenue overseas with over 60% of its tableware sold as exports. www.larochere.com