To speak of the House of Baguès is to evoke a centuries-old history. Founded in 1840, the Baguès company first specialized in the production of liturgical bronzes before launching into the production of lighting fixtures.
The success of the company is quickly evident and the productions for prestigious places follow one another: the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, the Château de Versailles, the Banque de France, the Lloyd's of London, the Fouquet's or even the liners Atlantique and Normandie welcome the chandeliers and furniture created by the company.
Internationally recognized, the company continues to create with great designers such as Garouste and Bonetti and Réda Amalou Design while reissuing its historical models for the great decoration workshops led by Alberto Pinto, Timothy Corrigan, Pierre-Yves Rochon and Nina Campbell.
Immediately recognizable, the Maison Baguès style is distinguished by its plant motifs and its bronze or iron architecture imitating bamboo.