La Cristallerie de Saint-Paul
The Soyer lineage is woven from an intimate passion for enamels and coloured glass, a tradition that has endured for generations.
Its origins can be traced back to Robert Levy and Berthe Minier, whose marriage of talents laid the foundations of the company. Michel Levy consolidated this heritage by transforming a modest workshop into a flourishing business. However, it was Denis Levy who put the Soyer name on the international stage by acquiring enamel formulas and joining forces with other craftsmen. From shimmering rhinestones to Fabergé's "emblematic" eggs, Emaux Soyer's creations have had a worldwide impact.
Responsibility was then passed on to Jacques Soyer, who, while maintaining the tradition, was able to adapt the company to changes in the market. Under his leadership, the company has evolved into Cristallerie de Saint Paul, a guardian of the family heritage and an artistic innovator. Today, the company continues to shine, exporting its creations to the four corners of the world and collaborating with art enamellers to enrich precious objects. With an unwavering commitment to the quality and craftsmanship that have characterised the Soyer line for generations, Cristallerie de Saint Paul proudly carries the banner of this heritage of excellence.