Manufacture Belge de Dentelles sa Belgian lace manufacturer

Situated in the Queen Gallery 6, 1000 Brussels, Belgium
Our shop, established in 1810, has been located in the Galerie de la Reine since 1847. In 1951 Irène Mallit, who had been an employee of the shop for several years, took charge of the business and created the Manufacture Belge de Dentelles s.a. In the beginning of the 1960s, her daughter Miriam together with her husband Henri Everaerts took it over from her. They expanded the range of the shop’s activities by introducing new items and creating workshops intended exclusively for the production of artisanal lace of the highest quality. Today these workshops make it possible for us to offer our clientele top quality handmade lace in the purest Belgian tradition. In the early 1990s, their sons Arnaud and Serge joined the Manufacture Belge de Dentelles company with the intention of perpetuating the tradition and the spirit of this family enterprise. They have now succeeded to their parents in running the workshops as well as in the activities of the shop and of the wholesale business.
Thanks to its sound family roots and rigorous commercial policies, the Manufacture Belge de Dentelles is able to offer its clients a range of high-quality lace, along with professional information and personalised advice.
Whether you are simply curious, an amateur or a collector, you will soon come to appreciate the cordial atmosphere of our shop, as well as its location in the majestic setting of the Galerie de la Reine. We are always pleased to welcome you and offer our advice in a tranquil environment far from the crowds of tourists.
Open every days from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Serge and Arnaud Everaerts, the owners of this three generations family business

Manufacture Belge de Dentelles, 6-8 Galerie de la Reine, 1000 Bruxelles, Belgium

Tel : +32 (0)2 511 44 77

Photographer : Arnaud Everaerts

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Arnaud Everaerts

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