Each line explores an original way of working with wood: smoked, stained, chipped, painted or even printed. There is something for everyone. 

30 finishing touches
7 techniques


The wood is torrefied to darken the natural color. In 2022, walnut is back.


The look is inspired 

by 70’s Formica® 



The veneers are dyed with natural colorants extracted from plants and flowers.


The colored layers give a touch of originality and emphasize the finesse of the frames.


Imperceptible from afar, it is by getting closer that we discover geometric and colored patterns.


Used on antique furniture, this decorative technique brings out the grain of the wood.


Chips of different colors are mixed and then agglomerated for a unique look.

Présentation des nouvelles formes 

Présentation des gammes

Les gammes

Chaque gamme explore une façon originale de travailler le bois : fumé, teinté, déchiqueté ou même imprimé. Il y en a pour tous les goûts. 

Bois torréfier de couleur noir et grise


Have you noticed that under certain conditions, wood changes color? When heated, it darkens; when exposed to the elements, it takes on a gray color.

It is by accelerating this natural change that we obtain our colors. The result is a deep black, dark brown or light gray wood.

This method is environmentally friendly and enhances the value of oak, a local species.


This is the ideal line for those who want a natural look.

Sober and discreet, it comes in three dark shades that will perfectly match your skin color. 

Lunettes bois de la gamme origine

Finishing touches

CF : Smoked oak origin

CO : Coffee oak origin

GR : Graphite oak origin

NN : Walnut origin

Discover the models of the Origin range:

Bouchot NN

Brabant CO

Dinozé GR

Urbes CF

Gérardmer CO

Raon CF

Inspiré par l'univers de l'ammeublement la gamme liso


Looking for a bright color? 

Inspired by the world of furniture, we have covered the glasses in a sheet of melamine. Widely used in the 70s under the Formica® brand, this fashion is coming back with a certain retro spirit. 


The resulting frame is colorful! Satin and bright, the Liso range is available in four colors : 

Dark blue, burgundy, duck green and pepper gray.

Lucie porte une paire de lunettes Jarménil en liso rouge

Finishing touches

M2 : Dark blue liso

M5 : Burgundy liso

M6 : Duck green liso

M7 : Pepper grey liso

Discover the models of the Liso range:

Cornimont M2

Jarménil M5

Brabant M6

Igney M7

Hadol M5

Lubine M5

Porte de couleurs patiné par le temps


Are you looking for color while keeping the look, grain and feel of wood?

The veneers of the Color range are dyed with natural pigments extracted from plants and flowers. 

This coloring is made by a young company, close to Macon. 

Available in three colors:

Blue, red and purple.


The color contrasts with the skin and makes the frame stand out. Slightly original, we chose colors that are easy to wear. 

Finishing touches

C1 : Blue color

C3 : Red color

C6 : Purple color

Discover the models of the Color range:

Roulon C1

Mirecourt C3

Moncel C6

Dinozé C1

Chantraine C3

Bouchot C6

La gamme tranche c'est une touche de couleur


Here is a modern frame with a subtle touch of originality. The work on the layers, the temples tips and the nose pads, give a completely different look to the glasses and emphasize their finesse.

Since its launch, the Layers range has been a great success. This year, we have added the blue-white-red version !


This is a perfect range for those who want to wear a natural wood stain with color detail. 

Finishing touches

T1 : Coffee & red layers

T2 : Coffee & blue layers

T4 : Graphite & red layers

T5 : Graphite & blue layers

T6 : Coffee & blue white red layers

T7 : Graphite & blue white red layers

Discover the models of the Layers range:

Xertigny T1

Pouxeux T2

Bouchot T4

Raon T5

Grandrupt T6

Gérardmer T7

Machines d'impression traditionnel


The city of Epinal, well known for its imagery, played a role in the history of printing. Lithography and xylography helped to educate 15th century population, which was still largely illiterate. 

We wanted to explore wood printing. This technique allows us to offer you an infinite number of graphics.


We wanted to explore wood printing. This technique allows us to offer you an infinite number of graphics.

Finishing touches

X1  : Black squares pattern

X2 : Blue arches pattern

X3 : Red crosses pattern

X4 : Green waves pattern

X5 : Yellow arabesques pattern

Discover the models of the Patterns range:

Harfaing² X1

Hadol X2

Bouchot X3

Cornimont X4

Chantraine X5

Urbes X1


Ceruse is a technique used in cabinet making and consists in underlining the grain with a tint that contrasts with the color of the wood. This technique is applied to open pore woods like oak and gives it a zebra-like appearance.

Traditionally made with white lead, we now use a natural algae-based paint. By playing with the color and texture of the wood, we can imagine a wide range of looks and patinas.


By playing with the color of the wood and the stain, we can imagine a wide range of looks and patinas.

Finishing touches

A1  : White smoked oak ceruse

A2 : Blue graphite oak ceruse

A3 : White natural oak ceruse

Discover the models of the Ceruse range:

Hadol A1

Bouchot A2

Urbes A3

Viocourt A1

Inspiration de la gamme fragments, terrazzo et fleures


Take a closer look at these frames... Yes, these are small wood chips ! 

In the manner of a very precise cooking recipe, wood chips of different colors are mixed together and then fixed in a transparent resin. 


The chips become entangled and the result is surprising, sometimes looking like petals, sometimes like Terrazzo.

Finishing touches

F5 : Black fragments

F7 : Red camaieu fragments

F8 : Blue camaïeu fragments

F9 : Black & white fragments

F10 : Harlequin fragments

Discover the models of the Fragments range:

Chantraine F5

Cornimont F7

Brabant F8

Dinozé F9

Anould F10

Remiremont F9