Honoring historical artifacts
Thanks to its reputation and to the trust it has earned with conservators over the years, the Maison Brazet frequently works with major French castles and museums including Versailles and Fontainebleau. In the United States, our artisans have worked alongside conservators for prestigious museums. In 1996, Rémy Brazet worked with Brian Considine, conservator of the J. Paul Getty Museum, to design a non-intrusive reupholstery technique that is still widely used today. The result of their work, a 1787 furniture set that once belonged to Thierry de Ville d’Avray, can be still admired at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts.