Present at Maison&Objet Fair
From 18-22 January 2024
Hand-painted Limoges porcelain music boxes or crystal jewellery, the Fanex France creations, made by Stéphane Dunoyer in his Paris workshop, are original, at the same time imprinted on the past but resolutely modern.
Fanex was created in 1941 by Mr. Jouhaud, watchmaker and jeweler. The company was then taken over by his grandson Claude Dunoyer, ceramist, who developed a collection of Limoges porcelain and set crystal objects. For 20 years, Stéphane Dunoyer, his son, who became a glassmaker after training at Cerfav (French glassmaking school), has continued to keep this beautiful French company alive. Constantly seeking innovation and creativity, he has enriched the family know-how by creating Limoges porcelain music boxes and unique glass paste jewelry.
Ateliers d'Art de France member