From monumental chandeliers and candelabras to prestigious commissions, legendary pieces and limited editions by great designers, the Gallery tells the tale of Baccarat and illustrates the different facets of its exceptional craftsmanship.
From the "Alchemy" room decorated with a masterful painting by Gérard Garouste in homage to the four elements necessary for the creation of crystal (water, earth, air and fire), to the ballroom exalted by a baroque décor by Francesco Solimena, painted in 1733, the space is home to Baccarat's greatest masterpieces and immerses the visitor into its enchanting and captivating world.
From the Baccarat Museum, visitors can hear the uninterrupted breath of the furnaces. Located a few meters from the Manufacture, the space reveals a selection of pieces that have contributed to the international influence of the House.
Among the masterpieces on display are the ewer gifted to Charles X, the first king to visit the Manufacture in 1828, the Tsarina candelabra with 24 candles and the Trois Grâces vase presented at the 1909 World Fair of Eastern France in Nancy.