The Braquenié Fabric Workshop Celebrates its 200th Anniversary

La Gazette Drouot
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Created in 1824, Braquenié was acquired by Maison Pierre Frey in 1991. Known for its Indian prints and elaborate patterns, it is still seducing and reinventing itself. The queen's private apartment at Versailles with the pineapple toile de Jouy pattern based on an original model by Braquenié. © Photo Constance E.T. De Tourniel Braquenié carries on a tradition of cotton prints, carpets, silks, Indian prints and damasks that have their roots in 18th-century classicism and developed in the 19th century. The house was officially founded in 1823, but Sophie Rouart, who is responsible for its cultural heritage and has been working in the

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