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Marquetry is a decoration made with leaves of veneer cut up following the lines of a drawing and stuck on a substrate which can be a piece of furinture, a board or a woodwork. The pictures produced can be figurative, abstract or geometric.


Unique in France, the Wood & Marquetry Museum welcomes, through 1794 yards², continuous and temporary exhibitions.


Marquetry and furniture settled in Revel.

Revel is known as the city of art furniture since the end of the 19th century. A cabinetmaker from Versailles, Alexandre Monoury, settled in the town in 1988, manufacturing pieces of furniture, copies of styles such as museum copies covered by marquetry decorations.

In 1930, Golden Age of the City, 140 workshops and 700 workers attracted buyers from France and  around the globe. Still today, several workshops contribute to Revel's reputation in this scope.



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