Jean-Vier Heritage's collection

Discover the Jean-Vier Heritage capsule collection: a selection of products created for our 40th anniversary, corresponding to beautiful novelties, essentials from our history, revisited best-sellers and endearing creations that fully represent us.

The House of Jean-Vier celebrates its 40th anniversary in 2021. We have therefore designed a capsule collection for the occasion.

New high-end textile creations

The Ametsa bed linen is a new addition to this collection. It is made of cotton sateen with 400 threads per cm2, a very high quality density, worthy of luxury hotel suites.

Our Ametsa bed linen is also very subtle with its embroidery in a choice of colours in bourdon stitches. Discover this incredible range produced in small quantities.

Emblematic Basque tablecloths

For our 40th anniversary, we have reissued the Donibane tablecloth, a bestseller from our early years, in a trendy and vintage colour: the Donibane brass tablecloth is a hint of retro and so graphic with its beautiful and wide stripes of contrasting colours in white.

We have also proposed this very old Leiho check tablecloth, in the old style of Basque linen. The Basque reference colour reminds us of the precious moments of large tables and sharing. This fabric goes perfectly with stoneware dishes, round pottery and raw materials.

Authentic kitchen linen

Among the kitchen linen, we have designed and manufactured a hand towel that traces our history: it represents the historic building of the Maison de l'Infante, which houses the very first boutique of the Maison Jean-Vier. This symbolic place of the marriage of the Infanta of Spain and King Louis XIV, is then silk-screened on a 100% cotton canvas with beautiful terracotta colours and black details on a white background.

The Ondare range is also a pantry linen to discover among the creations of this capsule collection. Its weaving is very authentic and the Basque colours are a tribute to our culture.

The Arbola hand towels are also a reflection of our Basque environment. They represent a tree, symbol of life, like the oaks that decorate our countryside and our mother house.