A savoir-faire from Marseille
A FAMILY HISTORY
The history Gas Bijoux is invariably linked to that of a family. The first chapter was written at the end of the 60's, upon the canvas of Saint Tropez’s beaches. André Gas, a young artist from Marseille who’d graduated from the Beaux-Arts school, would stroll up and down selling the good luck jewellery he handmade. Though the young trailblazer was immediately successful, he didn’t miss a beat. And once again, this story unfolded under the sun…
André Gas’ greatest success is surely having passed his energy, passion and curiosity down to his children, who joined him in the late 90's.
Olivier Gas, Chief Executive Officer, currently unites image and development, giving the company an international dimension. He is careful to create unique relationships with each point of sale so as to conserve the exceptional, authentic spirit that characterises Gas Bijoux. This does not impede upon the network’s constant growth, which is currently made up of over 300 dealers.
Marie Gas, Head of the Artistic Department, has undertaken the continuous challenge of uniting innovation with tradition. From creating jewellery to designing boutiques’ décor, not to mention the aesthetics of advertising campaigns, her intimate, delicate vision that is so in touch with her era can be seen in every aspect of the Gas Bijoux world. She thus permeates the Marseille ateliers with inspiration, transmits colour choices, shape ideas and material alliances, paving the road that will carry the House into the future.
From Marseille to Paris, these three alchemists associate their complementary talents to ensure the jewellery reflects the image of the House and its history: luminous and without equal