George-René Julio, the future husband of Andrée Jardin started his apprenticeship of brush making in the city of Nantes, near the slaughterhouses of Talensac, where brush and broom makers purchase their raw materials. In 1947, he opened his own manufacture.
Over the decades, they got specialized to custom made brooms for the industry. The advent of plastic and the beginning of globalisation started depreciating what was called "articles de Paris" : hair brush, toilet brush, toothbrush, makeup brush, clothes brush, brush for household, broom,...
Today, over a hundred years later his grandsons, Jean -Baptiste and François -Marie decide to reissue the legendary brooms using French beech timber. They asked Brosserie Julio that still perpetuate the centennial tradition of brush industry : the work of the bristles is based on many generation experience and nothing could replace humain skills to obtain an exclusive quality.
Simplicity, quality, sustainability : this is Andrée Jardin's DNA !
Either made with horsehair or bristles these brushes protect and clean perfectly any floor from modern material to the most precious ones : natural stone, terracotta, waxed concrete, mosaic, rare parquet, ...
Buying an Andrée Jardin brush is a commitment to a crafter that preserves a French know-how; it is also a meaningful act of purchase, a way to clear limits to waste, new for new and unfulfilled promises.
Héritage collection is inspired by the French art de vivre. The nail brush offers a perfect cleaning of your hands and nails contours in a one-minute massage!
Héritage collection is inspired by the French art de vivre. Use this brush for massaging and scrubbing for a perfect well-being feeling!
Organic cedar essential oil for the cedar houses by Andrée Jardin. After several months of use, you can leave few drops of this essential oils.
This lovely set of 3 cedar houses are natural mothproofs you can display in your closet or simply in your room and living spaces. Thanks to their 100% natural aromatic substances, it protects your interior from moths, mosquitoes, ... to save your knitwear and other natural fibers.
This collection of kitchen tools called "CANOT" refers to the maritime universe from Nantes ( France ) and is a poetical answer to real everyday needs in the spirit of "slow food".