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Wooden objects soaked in lacquer
Created in 1911 in Moirans-sur-Montagne, Maison Villet took the name of Vilac in 1979 as a tribute to the family name of its founder and to the arrival of lacquer in toy covering in the 1970s. It is still applied in the same way today, through soaking and complete immersion of the wooden object. The piece is first turned, polished, and then immersed in the lacquer bath. Calling on designers such as Castelbajac, Melusine Allirol, and Olivier Huette promoted the company to the high spheres of Jura's wooden toys.
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