LAURE SELIGNAC PARIS
On September 19, 1919, Jean Larat and his wife founded the company Paris Style, French Porcelain entirely Hand-Painted (We can already find de word Sélignac which is a village near Limoges).
In 1943, after a few years of practice, Laure ran the company. In the early 1950s, she exported luxury porcelain to the United States.
In 1993, the new president, Madame De Rambure, decided to rename the workshop “Laure SELIGNAC”.
Why Laure SELIGNAC?
For Laure, of course, for Gold as well, but above all for perpetuating a tradition, with a name reserved for the women who ran the house and a tradition that must be passed on from generation to generation!
Under the direction of Madame de Rambure, the workshop develops new partnerships with Asian countries, especially with Japan.
In 2000, LAURE SELIGNAC enters to its second generation: Mrs. Alexandra Groussard takes the direction of the workshop and exports the French know-how of the House worldwide. She decides to keep some timeless porcelain collections but innovates and modernizes the know-how of the house at the same time.
In 2009, the company is labeled by the Ministry for its rare know-how.