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This medallion advertised a popular vacuum-packed coffee and features numerous classic French icons and PARIS in large letters on the front. Oui! Oui!

A.BALESTIE

The L’Abeille, was established in 1857. The company originally set up by farmers and vineyard agents in the region to offer hailstorm insurance. L’Abeille is located in Dijon – home and namesake of the famous French mustard.

ABEILLE

Since August of 1885, people have prayed daily at Sacred Coeur de Montmartre–the second most visited monument in Paris. Constantly filled with people, appointments are mandatory to come and pray in Adoration of the body of Christ.

ADORATION

A winery located in Bergheim- a medieval walled town dating back to the early 1300’s-and scene to many witch trials that sent over 40 women to the stake. Featuring twin griffins; the ancient symbol of divine power and a guardian of treasure and priceless possessions.

AIME

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This was designed for a reputable purveyor of fine wines, whose shop was located in Thiers, a small village in the region of Auvergne. Thiers is one of the smallest and least populated regions in France.

A. ZELLER

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Established in 1930, Café Negro is the last artisan coffee roaster in Bayonne. This medallion features the profile of Anne, the Duchess of Britain and Queen of France.

BAYONNE

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In celebration of the Festival of Golden Wheat held in Maison-des-Champs, a tiny village of 36 inhabitants, located in Aube, part of the Champagne Ardenne region of France.

BLES D'OR

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The médaille d’honneur des chemins de fer” is an honor medal awarded by the French Republic for work rendered in service with the railroads. It was created by decree in 1913 to commemorate 30 years of service.

BOCQUE

A classic antique shoe buckle from France. First worn in the mid-17th century, they were offen made from a variety of materials. Buckles originally replaced ribbon-tied shoes but were abandoned along with high-heeled footwear during the French Revolution.

BOUCLE

Brittany is a wild and windswept region in Northwestern France that's best known for its rugged coastline, medieval fishing villages and its fierce independence from the rest of the country. This medallion celebrates the joie de vive of the people that live there.

BRETAGNE

Founded in 1868 by Victor Canard and Léonie Duchêne, Canard-Duchêne is a Champagne House based in Ludes, France.

CANARD

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Founded in 1868 by Victor Canard and Léonie Duchêne, Canard-Duchêne is a Champagne House based in Ludes, France. Stacked with our FK fleur de lis pendant.

CANARD FLEUR STACK

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Hugely popular in France during the 1960’s, Clark’s chewing gum was considered a favorite among France’s equestrian crowd as it was rumored to improve focus during competitions.

CAVALIER

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In celebration of its centennial anniversary, a French bank based in Savoie, a town in the Western Alps, released this medallion. Stacked with our fleur de lis pendant.

CENTENNIAL FLEUR STACK

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In celebration on its centennial anniversary, a French bank based in Savoie, a town in the Western Alps, released this medallion. Stacked with our FK vintage watch fob.

CENTENNIAL HEART STACK

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According to legend, during the 1589 harvest, a winemaker accidentally added wine to a barrel he believed was empty but in fact contained cognac. Years later, the barrel was retrieved the drink is now a French aperitif named Pineau. Stacked with our Immaculate heart.

CENTENNIAL IMMACULATE HEART STACK

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In celebration on its centennial anniversary, a French bank based in Savoie, a town in the Western Alps, released this medallion. Savoie takes its name from the Latin Sapaudia, meaning land covered in fir trees.

Centennial Miel stack

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Originally a portion of a honorary medal awarded to France’s allies during WWI, it features olive branches and the protective walls that surrounded medieval Paris.

CHATEAU

Cheval is the French word for horse. Throughout history, France was host to many horse races and today, the horse race demanding the largest international following is the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe, with a prize of $5.2 million.

CHEVAL

This medallion honors those who served under the French Command during WWI. It features the winged figure of Victory on its face and a Phrygian bonnet between the letters ‘R’ and ‘F’ (République Française) above the inscription ‘La Grande Guerre Pour La Civilisation 1914-1918’

CIVILIZATION

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Messageries Maritimes, a French shipping company founded in 1851, transported people between Marseille and the French colonies in Saigon and Australia. At the time, the trip required up to two months to travel the distance.

COLONIES

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Features a classically dressed woman seated at her desk surrounded by books, rolls of fabric and a microscope. In the role of “expert” at France’s Ministry of Commerce, she performs legally binding valuations of items produced. Today, she’d be called a “valuation expert”.

COMITE

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Napoleon unified half a continent, he was a corporal, general and emperor. He was known as a charismatic man, married to the love of his life, Josephine. He carried her picture in his pocket and would plant many kisses on every passing hour.

CORPORAL

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Created for the town of Croix in the Nord department of northern France, this medallion was used as a congratulatory gift. As translated, the back reads: From the municipality with its warmest congratulations.

CROIX

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Placing crowns on icons of Mary dates back to the first millennium. Pope Clement VIII (d.1605) began the practice by crowning an image of Our Lady and the infant Jesus in the Basilica of St. Mary Major in Rome.

CROWNING MARY

Our classic Cuvee Royal medallion, a celebration of Joseph Perrier Champagne stacked with our French Kiss pendant. The custom of placing an X on envelopes represented sincerity, faith and honesty. It was then sealed with a kiss by the signer.

CUVEE B

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This medallion was created in the 1960’s to celebrate Joseph Perrier Champagne which was first bottled in 1825.

CUVEE ROYALE

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Created for a Cafes Legal, a master coffee roaster in France established in 1851. Featuring the lion, a classic icon symbolizing bravery, nobility, royalty, strength, stateliness, and valour.

DAALDER

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Originally a medal given to winners of a cross country race in the city of Sceaux, it’s center holds a sacred heart. The sacred heart emblem represents Jesus Christ’s physical heart, and his divine love for humanity.

DE LA VILLE

Des was originally a topper for an Inkwell of a council member in the town of Lille, made famous for its friendliness.

DES

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Twin doves form the sails of an 18th century Napoleon French warship. These sailing ships had a reputation of unparalleled design and fighting skill. Fast and nimble, they were hugely successful during the American Revolutionary War (1775-1783).

DOVES

Believed to have lived in fire and representing patience and justice, the salamander was often used in heraldry; a system of identification developed to help distinguish fully armored knights on the battle and tournament field.

DRAGO

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Created for a manufacturer of cargo blocks; massive parts used to offload cargo from freighters. Dunkerque harbor was the site of WWII’s “Miracle of Dunkirk” during which over 330,000 allied soldiers were rescued from advancing German troops.

DUNKERQUE

This medallion was created by Daniel Jean Baptiste Dupuis for the 1900 Paris Exposition where the Art Nouveau style was dominant. Dupuis, the son of a painter, won several awards all over Europe for his work in painting and sculpting.

DUPUIS

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Created in support of the Land Forces of the Republique Francaise. This medallion’s artwork features a sword, floating over the country of France surrounded by several coats of arms.

DU TERRE

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A French princess and the sister of Louis the XVI, who absolutely adored her. Louis XVI eventually married Marie Antonette of Austria, and Elisabeth quickly became a favorite court member of Marle's even though they were vastly different types of people.

ELISABETH OF FRANCE

Styled like a five francs coin from 1862, this medallion was produced for Orangina, a popular citrus beverage in France. Originally invented at a trade fair in France, it was first sold in French Algeria in 1935.

EMPIRE

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Frassinet Cyprien Fabre was the “go to” company for trade and shipping in France. The Fabre family’s ships originated in the 15th century. Then a marriage between Jean Frassinet and Mathilde Cyprien Fabre extended the dynasty, which finally ended routes in 1979.

FABRE

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Filigrane refers to the art of twisting thin threads of gold or silver wire intoa delicate design. Originating in 1960’s Paris, this found object, uncovered by Kande in a Parisian flea market, subtly displays the artist’s interpretation of the iconic Napoleonic bee.

FILIGREE BACKPLATE

Originating in 1960’s Paris, this found object, uncovered by Kande in a Parisian flea market, subtly displays the artist’s interpretation of the iconic Napoleonic bee. Stacked with our FK Meil pendant.

FILIGREE MIEL STACK

French Kande custom pieces feature a stylized lily flower know as a fleur de lis. Historically associated with the French monarchy, the icon has long been used as a royal emblem appearing on countless European coats of arms and flags over the centuries.

FK FLEUR

French women love their jewelry and this little piece depicts an old-time trunk used for safe keeping of jewelry. Often made with leather and wood, the boxes were often personalized with the owner’s initials.

FK LOCK

Carryng the name of the Battle of Fontenoy, a major engagement of the war of the Austrian Succession in 1745, this medallion was created within the country during the 1960’s.

FONTENOY

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Dating back to the Middle Ages, the custom of placing “X” on envelopes represented sincerity, faith, and honesty. It was then sealed with a kiss by the signer as a display of their sworn oath.

FRENCH KISS

Cheval is the French word for horse. France is host to many horse races, the largest being the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe, with a purse of $5.2 million. The medallion is stacked with our exclusive FK fleur de lis cross.

GRAND FLEUR

Created for a French broadcasting and manufacturing company founded in 1918. Named after Gustave Ferrie, the wireless radio pioneer whose idea was to place an antennae on the Eiffel Tower. This placement increased the company’s transmittal range from 250 to 3700 miles.

GUSTAVE

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Representing the heart of Mary, which many times is visible outside of her body. This points to her undying love for all people. The swords piercing the heart symbolizes the Seven Sorrows she endured during her lifetime, especially during the crucifixion.

IMMACULATE HEART

A medal awarded to French soldiers who participated in the Indochina Campaign: the struggle against the Japanese occupiers of the Southeastern Asia peninsula during World War II. The crown on the medal indicates it is Royal in nature.

INDOCHINE

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Commemorating the Inter-Allied Victory of WWI, this medallion features the Lady Angel of Mercy on the front and incorporates the flags of the Allied forces on the back where it also reads in French and Dutch: The Great War for Civilization.

L'ANGE

Anjou is one of the five wine-making areas of the Loire Valley Wine Region. Romans introduced wine varietals here, 2000 years ago, due to the beneficial microclimate of moisture and heat.

L'ANJOU

Designed for the Department of the Agriculture, the Liberty figure represents the motherland, honoring those that toiled long and hard in the fields cultivating soil, nurturing crops and raising livestock.

LACE

Jeanne d’Arc was a helicopter cruiser in the French Navy that was named after Joan of Arc, a national heroine of France and Saint of the Catholic Church. The cruiser was in service from 1964- 2010.

LA JEANNE

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Designed by Henri Naude, a French sculptor and medalist, for the 1904 International Expo in Toulon. His vision of an angel blowing an Oliphant, (a horn made from an elephant tusk) with a child holding a palm at her feetis considered his most famous work of art.

LAREN

Created for Compagnie Generale Transatlantique and referred to as The French Line, the company operated numerous ocean liners. The “Colombie” provided service from France to ports in the West Indies and central America.

LAUREL CROSS

Chevalier is the French word for “knight” – and a knight on horseback is synonymous with the country’s history and love for horses. Today, France is home of the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe (a horse race commanding the largest international following.

LE CHAVALIER

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La Grand Magasin, Printemps, opened in Paris in 1865 and was te first store to use electric lighting The store marked items with a fixed price, eliminating the haggling that had been the standard in retail shopping. This medallion celebrates the store’s 100th anniversary in 1965.

LES AFFAIRES

Belgium celebrates a long history of horse breeding with a focus on warmblood and draft horses. Honoring improved breeding, this medallion was created in Limburg, formerly a part of the French Empire and now a province of Belgium.

LES CHEVAUX

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Styled after a French coin, the production of this medallion was originally commissioned in 1900 for one of France’s oldest insurance groups based in Besancon, the birthplace of Victor Hugo.

LIBERTY

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Mailly is a small village in the Champagne region of France, just north of Reims. For over 80 years, 25 families have owned and operated the vineyard that produces Maille Champagne Grand Cru.

MAILLY

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With classic French icons, this was created for the town of Maine, in the region of Normandy. With a fascinating history dating back to the 8th century. Maine is largely rural and devotes 80% of its land to livestock farming: cattle, horses, pigs and bees!

MAINE

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St Marceaux champagne comes from the Philipponnat French Champagne house, owned by the family of the same name. The family’s wine history in the region dates back to the 16th Century when as growers & merchants, they supplied wine to the court of Louis XIV.

MARCEAUX

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This popular perfumerie, which opened its doors in the heart of Paris carried the namesake of France’s most famous Queen, Marie Antoinette.

MARIE

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Awarded to individuals from all fields of activity, its purpose is to reward “distinguished merit” and encourage the lifeblood of the country.

MERIT CROSS

Founded in 1858 and based in the Epernay region of Champagne. Mercier owned the original rights to the name Dom Perignon, but gave the brand to Moet et Chandon in 1927 for a wedding between the two families.

Mercier Brass

MERCIER

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Alsace is a historical region in Northeastern France. It has alternated between German and French control over the centuries and reflects a mix of both cultures. Meteor Brasserie is a local favorite, serving a variety of beverages from the region.

METEOR

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A hugely important icon during his reign, Napoleon ensured that the Bee was widely adopted in his court on clothing, draperies, carpets and furniture all across France. He also had over 300 golden jewels styled in the image of a Bee affixed to his coronation robe.

MIEL

The L’Abeille, was established in 1857. The company originally set up by farmers and vineyard agents in the region to offer hailstorm insurance. L’Abeille is located in Dijon - home and namesake of the famous French mustard.

MINI ABEILLE

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Messageries Maritimes, a French shipping company founded in 1851, transported people between Marseille and the French colonies in Saigon and Australia. At the time, the trip required up to two months to travel the distance.

MINI COLONIES

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A stylized lily flower known as a fleur de lis is historically associated with the French monarchy. The icon has long been used as a royal emblem, appearing on counless European coats of arms and flags over the centuries.

MINI FLEUR DE LIS

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Known as Louis the Great or the Sun King, he ruled as the King of France from 1643 until his death. His reign of 72 years and 110 days is the longest of any monarch in European history.

MINI LOUIS

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This medallion features Napoleon III, the nephew and heir of Napoleon I. Best known for his grand reconstruction of Paris, he was the first president of France to be elected by a popular vote.

MINI NAPOLEON

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Featuring a different artist’s interpretation of Marianne, the person-ification of liberty and reason during the newly born Republic. The French people also referred to her as the Goddess of Liberty.

MINI MINISTRY

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Awarded by the Ministry of the Interior, this medal features Marianne, a personification of liberty and reason during the newly born Republic. Also known as the Goddess of Liberty, the French people easily identified with her name and figure.

MINISTRY

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Maison Moillard gained prominence in 1850. Moillard’s daughter inherited the company after he was killed on a tour of duty with the French army. A sixth generation Moillard runs the business today.

MOILLARD

Mont Joye (my joy) was the rallying call of the troops of Charlemagne, King of the Franks. In 1124, Louis VI of France, extended the cry to Montjoie Saint Denis in reference to the Oriflamme, The sacred banner of the Abbey of St. Denis near Paris.

MONACO

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Actress Grace Kelly went from Hollywood royalty to real-life royalty when she married Prince Rainier in 1956. A love story straight out of a fairy tale, both Prince and Princess are memorialized on this commemorative medallion from Monaco, circa 1960.

MONT JOYE

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Created in 1920 by the French government, The Médaille d'Honneur de la Famille Francaise Was awarded to mothers of large families. To qualify, a mother must have raised a minimum of four children "well" and the eldest must be at least 16 years old.

PATRIE

Originally created for a bank founded in 1812 by the Varin-Barnier family with locations throughout Eastern France and Paris. This medallion features classic French icons and the verbiage “Plus Penser Que Dire” which translates to “Think Twice Before You Speak”.

PENSER

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“The Little Child”, a song that has become the unofficial anthem of the city of Lille. Our medallion depects a mother singing a lullaby to her child.

PETITE QUIN QUIN

According to legend, during the harvest of 1589, a winemaker accidentally added wine to a barrel he believed was empty but in fact contained cognac. A few years later, the barrel was retrieved and was found to contain the drink that is now a French aperitif named Pineau.

PINEAU

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According to legend, during the 1589 harvest, a winemaker accidentally added wine to a barrel he believed was empty but in fact contained cognac. Years later, the barrel was retrieved the drink is now a French aperitif named Pineau. Stacked with the FK fleur de lis cross.

PINEAU CROSS STACK

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Originally used as a page holder for Notre-Dame Cathedral, this casting is topped with a Fleur de lis and features the iconic Parisian landmark’s initials emblazoned below a crown.

POINTU

A historic lodge located near the capital of Alsace., by the German and swiss borders. The town of Colmar is a picture perfect location despite a turbulent past. It is now a protected area with buildings’ heritage dating back to the middle ages.

RANCHO COLMAR

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Originally created to celebrate the Science of Agriculture in the late 1800’s. Sculpted by the prolific French artist, lphee Dubois, who beautifully captured a mother and her daughter in the fields during harvest.

REPUBLIQUE

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Created as a keepsake from Mont St. Michel in Normandy, a convent in the sand flats of NW France that celebrated its 1000th year anniversary in 1966! Mont St. Michel is the second most visited site in France.

REVERSE SAINT MICHEL

Created for a clothier in Selestat, a royal residence during the Carolinian dynasty. Adorning the image of Louis XIV and the title Rex Christianissimus, which was the hereditary and exclusive title given the Kings of France by the Catholic church.

REX

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Created for a clothier in Selestat, a royal residence during the Carolinian dynasty. Adorning the image of Louis XIV and the title Rex Christianissimus, which was the hereditary and exclusive title given the Kings of France by the Catholic church. Stacked with the FK fleur de lis cross.

REX CROSS STACK

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St Anne is the Patron Saint of unmarried women,housewives, grandmothers, women in labor and horseback riders. People worldwide make the pilgrimage to the St Anne de Beaupre basilica in Quebec where people are said to have been miraculously cured.

Saint Anne Brass

SAINT ANNE

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This medallion is worn or carried to call down God’s blessing and protection upon us, our homes and possessions regardless of where we are. It represents a prayer for strength in time of temptation and for peace among ourselves and all nations of the world.

SAINT BENEDICT

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Located in the Loire Valley, the elegantly bourgeois town of Saumur is the town that Coco Chanel was born in! It is also the home to the French Cavalry.

SAUMUR

Offering everything from fine wines to Nestle chocolates, this medallion was created for a popular distributor and maker of food products in France.

SOPAD

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This medallion was created for an automobile body and paint shop in Strasbourg. It features Saint Christopher, the patron saint of travel as he carries a small child across a river. Upon safely reaching the other side, the child revealed itself as God.

St Christopher Modern Brass

ST. CHRISTOPHER MODERNE

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This medallion is worn or carried to call down God’s blessing and protection upon us, our homes and possessions regardless of where we are. It represents a prayer for strength in time of temptation and for peace among ourselves and all nations of the world.

ST. MICHEL

This medallion features Louis XIV, also known as The Sun King (1643-1715). One of the longest-serving European monarchs, he ruled France for 72 years during which time he conceived and oversaw the construction of Versailles.

SUN KING

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When Napolean returned to Paris he (as he stated), he “found the Crown of France just lying in the gutter and picked it up with the tip of his sword” and it was his.

SWORD & CROWN

Vol, is the French word for flight. Dreams of flying express the need to feel light and freed from all our burdens. Grab ahold of some airspace in your day… Vol.

VOL

French women love their jewelry and this little piece depicts an old-time trunk used for safe keeping of jewelry. Often made with leather and wood, the boxes were often personalized with the owner’s initials.

TRONC

Created for Pigeon Voyageur, a specialty clothing store in the city of Ville De Pontault known for outfitting the outdoorsman, traveler and athlete.

VOYAGEUR

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Featuring our fleur de lis X over the reverse side of the Napoleon medallion. Napoleon III was the nephew and heir of Napoleon I and is best known for his grand reconstruction of Paris.

X MEDALLION

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