Unlike numerous houses that have taken on their founder's name, ERCUIS bears the name of a small village of the Oise. In 1867, the young curate of the Ercuis, Adrien Celeste Pillon, undertook to rehabilitate the village, morally and economically. He created an artistic goldsmithing trade, offering silverware with relief enamel decorations, silver- and gold-plated via electrolysis process.
Today, he perpetuates tradition through the works of craftsmen and creators who build modernity on the strong basis of experience, with a common demand for quality, fine detailing and passion. Elegant French antique silver plated champagne bucket by renown silversmith Ercuis.