Francéclat is a professional economic development committee covering the timepiece, jewellery, silver/goldwork and table decoration industries.

To support the development of companies in this group of sectors, it instigates collective actions in various fields: creation and innovation, standards and regulations, production system efficiency, statistical and economic studies and the development of markets within and outside France.

All these actions are decided by professionals representing manufacturing, craftsmanship and distribution. They are designed for businesses whose collections feature very broad stylistic tones and ranges.

In the sphere of design, Francéclat proposes different collective actions designed to energise creation by providing companies with forecasting information on the influences that impact consumers and their requirements, through its “Influence” books, specific sector-based studies, sociological studies and its platform of creation-dedicated IT tools, LeLAB.

One of Francéclat’s chief preoccupations is developing creativity and diversity in jewellery, as well as its areas of expertise. This led it to support the new Parcours Bijoux 2020 project launched by the D’un Bijou à l’Autre association.
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Musée des arts décoratifs

A recognised public-interest non-profit association, the Musée des Arts Décoratifs was founded in Paris over 150 years ago in the wake of the Universal Exhibitions by collectors, industrialists and craftsmen keen to promote the quality of everyday objects. The museum contains some 800,000 art works, which are national French collections, including glass, ceramics, silver- and goldware, jewellery, designer pieces, fashion items and graphics.



Biennale Émergences is staged by Est Ensemble, a Greater Paris territory of creation, shored up by an ecosystem focused on design, arts and crafts.

Set up in the Centre National de la Danse in Pantin, it has hosted the sector’s current scene since 2010 and has a forward-looking attitude to the role of know-how in contemporary creation.

The 2020 biennial, scheduled for 8 to 11 October 2020, will feature two of the Parcours Bijoux exhibitions.


Les Ateliers de Paris

A central force in rolling out the City of Paris’s policy to aid the creative trades sector (design; fashion; arts and crafts), the Ateliers de Paris provide professionals with services for developing their activities :

– Advice and training for all professionals in the Paris region
– Two years’ accommodation and assistance for 40 project owners to help them establish and consolidate their companies
– Profile-raising and promotion in the gallery and at extra-mural events (fairs, workshops and conferences) and communication through the networks and social media
– Support and recognition through the City of Paris “Grands Prix de la Création” (prizes for creation) and arts and crafts development awards
– A spotlight on artisanal creators awarded the “Fabriqué à Paris” label
– A spotlight on artisanal creators awarded the “Fabriqué à Paris” label
– Aid to professionals looking to set up in Paris through a property tool (including Viaduc des Arts, Métropole 19, M1D, la Goutte d’Or)
– Support for associations in the sector
– The monitoring of applied arts colleges in Paris (Boulle, Estienne and Duperré schools).



T Like Twinkle is a jewellery blog established in 2017 by Toktam Nourkeyhani, an independent curator and digital strategy consultant based in Paris. Toktam is constantly searching the full spectrum of the jewellery world, from the creations of emerging artists, to those of highly regarded designers and conceptual art jewelers, for unique and noteworthy pieces. She showcases her best discoveries and personal favorites on T Like Twinkle, intending to create a bridge between the different facets of the fascinating jewellery world.



Current obsession

Current Obsession is a jewellery magazine and platform based in the Netherlands. Appreciated for its experimental approach and unconventional style, it showcases new ways of presenting and experiencing jewellery. CO collaborates with exceptional designers and artists and develops curatorial projects and events with renowned brands and cultural institutions.

La Garantie

An association’s jewellery-focused project 

Our name comes from the Bureaux de Garantie (Guarantee Office): a governmental department whose task is to inspect and mark works made of precious metals. But our interest is rather different. It lies in the tangible and intangible heritage produced by jewellers, and we are keen to foster thinking and actions in our own way that further recognition of their activities.

The public are familiar with “haute joaillerie”, less so with fancy jewellery, and far less so with contemporary jewellery. We do not seek to relegate each category to “their own” territories; on the contrary, we feel that the particular features of each can enrich the others, and we want to use our independence to help jewellers meet each other and engage in shared projects.

The task of this association is to highlight the sector in every possible form. It aims to encourage scientific research on jewellery and help to promote it with the public, the press, cultural institutions and collectors in both France and abroad.

Training, informing, reflecting and possibly irritating are all part of the association’s approach.

Galerie Jean Fournier





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