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26 May 2014

Chocolate craftsmen make their mark

​Last April, chocolatier par excellence Patrick Roger decided he wanted to try his hand at sculpting poultry - and the result was a whole farm-yard of individually hand-finished chickens, each with its own particular personality. You can certainly count on chocolate artists to bring a touch of humour as they mould, sculpt, and prepare their chocolate creations with such amazing skills!

26 May 2014

Table arts

When it comes to table arts, France unquestionably sits at the head.

Young women always make sure their wedding lists include the sort of household finery that they love”, declares Anne Schuhmacher, formerly at Baccarat and now the head of communications at Christofle. “As for decorative pieces and service sets, they tend to go the contemporary style.

France boasts a rich table arts heritage. It might even be said that this is the country that sets the standards - and its history continues to inspire.

26 May 2014

Gally's Farm

“Day after day, we practise simple, sincere, responsible farming.”

The farmhouse at Gally’s Farm (La Ferme de Gally) is an elegant building nestling in the midst of its acres of land, yet not far from Versailles. For over a thousand years, farming has been a way of life here, and has given pleasure to everyone living in the Ile-de-France area.