Ateliers Nectoux make pewter work plans for your kitchen. Such furniture top must not be close to a heat source (cooker, oven, induction cooker). Pewter does not stand direct contact with a heat source (it is poured at 210° in our workshop).
We propose pewter work plans on a central table (see our realisation with the table edge profile N°06 (5cm). It will transform your room and will even become its key element. Pewter will bring luminosity and warmth to your kitchen. We also do pewter kitchen tables which beautifully adorn this room.
These ones bring conviviality around the dining corner. The tables are made on measure to the desired size and shape. Many edges may be considered as simple pewter edge profile for a very contemporary look, « bistro style » table edge profiles (cabochons) or even 1930s style thin edges.
A dining table with a pewter top brings softness and warmth to your living space. Pewter lives, it tells a story, it is silky and it is convivial. Today, eating well the French way, it is more and more often eating on a « zinc ».
Les Ateliers Nectoux are one of the last artisans to make pewter counters.
Countertop shipping and installation are done worldwide.
We propose pewter work plans on a central table
The Ateliers Nectoux restore vintage top bars and make made-to-measure bar tops
The personalization of each counter depends on the border and the lift chosen.
Made up of a pewter top on the plane of a wooden cabinet, the pewter bar counter would take the popu...
Our counters are expanding in bistros around the world
We recommend you to use our « Chardonneret » soap which enables to clean...
Pewter bar tops which are often called « Les Zincs » must not be mistaken !
The border of the counter is our signature.
From the pewter melting to the finishing touches, the techniques are that of Marcel Nectoux,
Les Ateliers Nectoux are labelled « Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant » and « Century old Family Enter...
In 1930, Marcel Nectoux opened his workshop rue de Charonne in Paris. His know-how is passed on to h...