Made in France Gift Selection


This selection of items is specifically Made in France to promote French savoir-faire and sustain our French Heritage and economy. Most are old traditional French Maisons that represent the best of France’s artisanship and craftmanship and are still operating in France. Others started manufacturing in France and import also all over the world. Made in France gift items come in all sizes and prices, here’s an eclectic selection for all tastes and budget.

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Silk Scarf “La Parisienne”

This French classic Silk Scarf square is 100% Made in France in one of the oldest manufacturers in Lyon. The manufacturer creates silk twill scarves in Lyon since 1890. They produce scarves and “carrés” for the best luxury French brands. Click on the link for the whole collection.

 

 

Valrhona 52 French Gourmet Chocolate Squares 

This gourmet chocolate gift box by Valrhona contains 26 Guanaja Grand cru chocolate squares and 26 Abinao Grand cru chocolate squares. Guanaja is a Bitter Sweet Dark chocolate with 70% cacao. Elegant and powerful, the taste of this gourmet chocolate is like no other. Abina is bittersweet dark chocolate with 85% cacao. This box contains 52 chocolate squares and is perfect as a gift! This French gourmet chocolate is imported from France.

 

Dyptique Eau Rose Solid Perfume

This Dyptique classic has notes of Bergamot, Lychee, Rose, Cedar, Musks Eau Rose is the “Queen” of flowers unveiled. Mysterious in the dew, awakened by lychee. Sumptuous in the day, in the marriage of Centifolia and Damask roses. Sensual at dusk, caressed by cedar and honey.

Dyptique Luxurious Candles

Dyptique is a luxurious house founded in Paris in 1961 by three friends. Candles are pricey but the ingredients and floral oils make them a very long-lasting sensual gift.

 

Made in France Hand Fans by DUVELLEROY, 1827

A perfect gift as a souvenir from the Moulin Rouge, designed by the House of Duvelleroy, Paris, established in 1827. This hand-fan comes with a white pouch marked in gold. Click on the link for the full collection.

Crafted in a cauldron following authentic tradition as its ancestor the original Marseille cube soap, Compagnie de Provence makes liquid soap from vegetable oil of coconut, natural glycerine, free of coloring agents, animal fats or synthetic surfactants in delicious fragrances as well as hand and body creams.

 

 

 

Emile Henry Made In France Baguette Baker

Perfect for baking artisanal bread, this ceramic loaf baker ensures that the bread retains the ideal amount of humidity while baking. Made from Burgundy clay, each baker provides even, gentle heating and features vent holes that allow excess moisture to escape to create a crisp crust with good interior crumb structure. The three cavities help form the dough into three ideal baguettes.

 

 

La Chatelaine Luxury Soap Gift Box

La Chatelaine luxury soaps are a triple-milled tradition and made in Provence, France using time-honored traditions to create a long-lasting bar with an irresistibly luxurious lather. Enriched with organic Shea Butter, Argan Oil, Calendula, and Vitamin E to leave your skin feeling cleansed, soft, and moisturized, they can be used for hands and body. This 6-piece soap selection is scented with fragrances created by distinguished perfumers in Grasse, France.

 


Authentic and heirloom-quality Laguiole en Aubrac Made in France near the village of Laguiole, in the region of Aubrac, France.  Each piece is a unique work of art, handmade by a single craftsman. 

Bonne Maman Confiture

Bonne Maman is the #1  selling line of specialty preserves providing the “Gold Standard” against which all other premium preserves are measured. Exported to over 100 countries and are top-rated in taste tests.

Voilà! more to come…

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