A CENTURY LONG HISTORY
Known as “the master ironsmith of Pigalle”, M. Bataillard had a certain taste for historic and religious restoration. He had a worldwide reputation which spread to Japan. Baron Tanaka asked him to create a factory in Japan and teach his know-how to the Japanese.
At the beginning of the 70’s, the company added to its historic activity of ironwork, fine metalwork to penetrate the Middle East Anglo-Saxon Market.
At the turn of the century, Bataillard partnered up with Meilleur, a bronze workshop, under the same management. Strong of their partnership, the companies worked with renowned designers like Pierre Yovanovitch, cabinet Pinto, François Catroux and also Isabelle Stanislas and CS Décoration.
DID YOU KNOW…?
At the end of the 2nd world war, Bataillard company had the grat honor to hire rhe only women ironsmith in the region, Mme Delangle. Also knowed as “la Belle Feronnière” by the American customers. She keeps working iron until 68 years old!
…With a Worldwide Ambition
Hotels and stores
Hôtel Meurice : restoration of all glass doors on the ground floor
Marriott Champs Elysées : Regency style banister and interior balconies
Ladurée Champs Elysées : Louis XV banister and canopies
Boutique Balmain Paris : Vegetal style banister and door
Public and Historical Works
Fondation Cino Del Duca : Massive door
Quai Voltaire : Indoor monumental banisters
Château de Vaux le Vicomte : Two Entrance Gates
Louvre Museum: Balconies
Gabon : Presidential Palace: Louis XVI wrought iron banister
Cameroun : Presidential Palace of Youndé: Massive door made out of steel and brass.
Switzerland : Private Mansion: Copy of the Louis XVI banister from Le Petit Trianon (Versailles)
United Kingdom : Private Mansion: Modern wrought iron banister and front doors
Projects for people all over the world