Birth : 1880 in Neufchâteau (Vosges) Death : 1959 in Paris (Ile-de-France)

Biography

Career
He made his apprenticeship in the workshop of Charles Nicolas BAZIN with whom he remained from 1892 to 1900.
In 1900, he joined the VIGNERON Père's workshop.
In 1906, at Vigneron's death, he joined Léon BERNARDEL's workshop in Paris.
He left in 1923 to set up his own workshop, 13 rue de la Liberté, at Paris.
In 1930, he moved his workshop to Parmain (Seine et Oise).
After world war II, he moved back to Paris at Avenue Ledru-Rollin.

Works
The bows of his early years are the most appreciated, as one can see the influence of VIGNERON père (see #2485 in the Archives gallery)

Stamps & brands
One can find Louis Piernot bows with the following stamp :
« L. PIERNOT A PARIS ».
Alongside his own production, one can find Louis PIERNOT bows bearing the following brands :
"Léon & René BERNARDEL"
"Emile BOULANGEOT"
"CHANOT & CHARDON.PARIS"
"COLLIN-MEZIN"
"GAND & BERNARDEL"
"Pierre HEL"
"Jean LAVEST"
"Roger & Max MILLANT"
"Marcel VATELOT"
« A VIGNERON »,
"VIDOUDEZ"
"Paul BEUSHER"

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