Made in France – Fabriqué en France is a merchandise mark indicating that a product is planned, manufactured, and packed in France. It celebrates French savoir-faire artisanal that sustains French heritage and economy. Most Made in France products are created in century-old traditional French Maisons or establishments that represent the best of France’s artisanship and craftsmanship over the years which are still operating in France today. Other brands and houses started manufacturing in France and importing also all over the world.
These products proudly wear the authentic Made in France label and reflect the best of French culture and lifestyle for everyday life and of course French Luxury brands. Here’s an eclectic selection for all tastes and budget of the best brands and more favorites to come!
French Luxurious Diptyque Candles -French-born brand Diptyque has been at the forefront of high-end candle-making for decades. The company dates back to 1961 and Boulevard Saint-Germain in Paris, where three artistic friends — Christiane Gautrot, Desmond Knox-Leet, and Yves Coueslant — set up a shop selling their designs.
French Chanel Perfumes– 1883 with the birth of Gabrielle Chanel and the rest is history.
Le Creuset Cookware – Since 1925, Le Creuset is handcrafted in France with only premium materials, our legendary enameled cast iron provides even heat and moisture distribution for dishes with consistently superior texture and flavor.
Emile Henri since 1850, has produced in France a large range of high-quality ceramic cooking utensils. All the products are made from natural materials and have been designed and manufactured in France, in Southern Burgundy. The Emile Henry Tagine is Made in France with all-natural materials and manufactured using Emile Henry’s proprietary Flame technology to be used in all types of ovens.
Camila Paris brand is one of the most respected names in hair accessories and is used all around the world. Made in France with French flair and European precision. Traditional, iconic, and timeless hair clips & barrettes, as well as Beautiful Swarovski Crystal hair accessories.
Louis Vuitton In 1837 16-year-old Louis Vuitton arrived in Paris and started apprenticing at the Parisian atelier for Monsieur Maréchal. He quickly became a valued craftsman where he learned his highly specialized trade; the beginnings of his career in an artisanal industry that called upon skills to custom design boxes and, later, trunks according to clients’ wishes. Louis Vuitton stayed for 17 years before opening his own workshop at 4 Rue Neuve-des-Capucines near the place Vendome.
Laguiole En Aubrac -The “Laguiole” (pronounced “LAYOL”) as it was called became a successful object beloved by people from all backgrounds and societies. Pierre-Jean Calmels, a blacksmith in the village of Laguiole, conceived the first Laguiole knife in 1829. Calmels built two models, the capuchadou, a knife of the ordinary peasants of the Aubrac, and the Spanish Navaja, brought back from Catalogne by seasonal workers. The hardest steel tempered in Laguiole purest natural spring, a spring to close the blade, a handle fashioned from the local Aubrac Oax’s horn… an exceptional knife was born. Over the years, Pierre Jean Calmels perfected his art by adding a Trocar in 1840 to meet the needs of herders and farmers.
Savon de Marseille Marius Fabre since 1900. Savon de Marseille is an entirely natural soap made either from saponified olive oil or saponified vegetable oil (coconut oil) The nourishing properties of olive oil, help the skin to keep a more natural moisture balance. The soap is gentle on all types of skin, even the most sensitive ones (babies, people with allergies, etc.). The soap is cooked in cauldrons for about 10 days using a traditional Marseille soap-making method.
Panier des Sens in Provence – 20 years of Know-how It is in 2001, in the South of France, in the heart of Provence, that Panier des Sens is born. Panier des Sens celebrates the Grasse perfumery and its traditional skills, with its collection based on Absolute perfumes. A genuine high-end perfumery gem, an Absolute is the most precious oil of the vegetal raw material. Absolutes are highly concentrated fragrant natural vegetal extracts, which make them a real aromatic treasure. The Olive oil, the emblematic raw material of Provence, is at the heart of all their formulas Products such as liquid Savon de Marseille, luxurious hand creams, shower gels infused with essential oils such as the Lavender Liquid Soap known as the blue gold of Provence.
The house of Rochard Limoges produces boxes with a certificate of authenticity and the hand-painted porcelain boxes are marked and stamped “Peint Main, Limoges France“. Each piece also comes in a signature green and gold gift box. It further states that the Limoges Porcelain hinged Boxes are handcrafted from start to finish in France from the heart of the city of Limoges by master French artists using traditional techniques introduced in the 17th century.
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.
Laulhere Heritage Classiques Authentique Traditional French Wool Bérêt This is unisex for men and women and It comes in an array of colors even Fuschia! This bérêt is made in France with 100% French manufacturing in Oloron-Sainte-Marie, it is made in the tradition of soft, dense, and waterproof “scarf” quality. It is headless for more flexibility and lined for comfort. Of course, it also comes with the “cabillou“, i. e. the famous little tail so distinctive of the beret, inseparable from this wonderful headgear. This item is guaranteed to bring out your inner Frenchie!
Valrhona Chocolates – is a French premium chocolate manufacturer based in the small town of Tain-l’Hermitage in Hermitage, a wine-growing district near Lyon.The company was founded in 1922 by a French pastry chef, Albéric Guironnet, from the Rhône valley and has five subsidiaries and 60 local distributors across the globe. It is one of the leading producers of gastronomic chocolate in the world.
Gourmanity Shop the bestseller is Honey Drops Made With Lavender Honey, From Provence, France.
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.
Maille Dijon Variety Mustards Founded in 1747 by Antoine Maille, La Maison Maille’s refined recipes first caught the attention of King Louis XV of France, leading to Maille becoming the official supplier of vinegar and mustard to the French court. Soon, other European aristocrats followed suit, elevating Maille to a place of honor as the standard for quality condiments.
Regional French Candies from lavender to honey drops These candies are made in France by the oldest candy-making houses in France. According to the established “House of Confectionery” in 1885, France has over 600 candy and other sweets specialties. Fruit of a savoir-faire or know-how that our French confectioners have cultivated for centuries, the regional confectionery is prepared with local products following an original recipe born from a story and/or legend and often time invented by accident.
Calissons d’Aix from Chabert & Guillot is based in Montelimar, in the South of France, the capital of French nougat-making. Calissons are a quintessential Provence treat a luxurious candy combining almond paste, melon, and sugar, topped with a crunchy layer of royal icing. The texture is similar to marzipan but with a fruitier taste, usually melon-like (although maybe not for purists, there are also citrus variations). A Calisson is an almond-shaped, and usually associated with Aix-en-Provence (hence often called Calissons d’Aix). This candy likely originated in Italy and was introduced in France around the 15th or 16th century along with the introduction of almonds as a crop.
Baccarat is a French luxury brand and manufacturer of fine crystal located in Baccarat, France. The company owns two museums: the Musée Baccarat in Baccarat, Meurthe-et-Moselle and the Musée Baccarat in Paris on the Place des États-Unis.
Lalique– Lalique is a French glassmaker, founded by renowned glassmaker and jeweller René Lalique in 1888. Lalique is best known for producing glass art, including perfume bottles, vases, and hood ornaments during the early twentieth century.
Duralex the iconic Made in France brand, was founded in 1945 in La Chapelle-Saint Mesmin, the very heart of France, Duralex invented the glass tempering process over 80 years ago and has been associated with toughened glassware, utilizing their proprietary process ever since. The original tempered (toughened) Picardie glasses are known as the “original French tumblers”. Duralex is and will always remain a true French manufacturer of glassware and tabletop products, and is the only glass manufacturer that makes 100% of its products in France.
Poyet Motte established in 1839, is reputed all throughout Europe as a leading manufacturer of high-quality blankets Made In France Essential French Terry Cloth Ultra Absorbent Bath Towel and blankets.
Gobel Bakeware, Made in France since 1887 La Référence des Patissiers, Gobel bakeware has a rich history in the baking industry, beginning in 1887 when Etienne Gobel opened a Paris factory for manufacturing copper and tin baking molds. The business was very successful, and by the 1930s the Gobel brand was producing over 2,000 different bakeware products. Later in the 1940s, the company became recognized as a global supplier of baking molds and tins. You got to have the 12 Count Heavy Tinned Steel Madeleine Sheet Pan.
If you grew up in France like I did, you’ll most likely remember having chewed and relieved your aching growing teeth on “Sophie, La Girafe“– The Giraffe’s neck. (well, you may remember Sophie anyway if you don’t remember teething) Sophie La Girafe is a 100% rubber teether made by the French toy manufacturer Vulli since 1961!
Mustela Product Line which has been thriving for over 60 years. By parents’ side since 1950, Mustela
is a French family-owned brand and is proud to be B Corp certified. Clean & gentle skincare products using natural ingredients for newborns, and for the whole family.
Petit Bateau is another French brand that is absolutely delightful made with 100% cotton for bébé’s comfort and style since 1920, but whose origins date back to 1893, in Troyes. Integrated into the Rocher Group since 1988, Petit Bateau is a children’s brand that became trans-generational in the 2000s thanks to the launch of the adult collection.
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