Marie-Laure Bonnaud-Vautrin
Marie-Laure Bonnaud-Vautrin

Restoring Line Vautrin Creations

Marie-Laure Bonnaud-Vautrin, as the daughter of Line Vautrin, has inherited her mother's technics and trade secrets as well as her know-how and expertise, particularly to work with Talosel, the resin she named and used for her most famous creations.

In 1950, Line Vautrin started working with a new material, a synthetic resin she called Talosel. During almost forty years, she will use it to make jewellery, fashion accessories, decoration objects (like her reknown convex mirrors) and other art works.

Due to time and preservation parameters some of these Line Vautrin creations may need repair or restoration. Marie-Laure, as a specialist of Talosel, has all the skills and the materials (some of which are almost impossible to find today) to restore them in the best possible way.