By visiting this website, you accept the use of cookies in order to improve the quality of your visit and enable us to offer you services and products adapted to your interests, in addition to social sharing options. More information.

I accept
  • Luxury at your fingertips

MASQUE-PACK4X

Pack x4 Masks - Pre-order

Made in France, Mazamet 

€43.22

(Traditional Luxury: N/A)

  • Port offert dès 120€
  • Retour gratuit
  • Prix d'atelier

Pack of 4 masks - 35 washes
= € 9.50 / mask and 27 cts per use
100% cotton
Category 1 - UNS1
Filters over 90% of particles
Made according to AFNOR recommendations
By the Jules Tournier & Fils factory
Tested & certified for 35 washes
(by DGA Maîtrise NRBC laboratories)
Unique ecru color, with white stitching
One size 
Elastics behind the head, for better comfort
Delivery 1st week of June

  • Shipping & Returns
  • Care
Pack x4 Masks - Pre-order

Since 1865

At Atelier Particulier, this is the first time that we have worked with this workshop, located in Mazamet - near Toulouse.
Coming from a family of weavers dating back to the 14th century, it was there that Jules Tournier founded his company in 1865: Jules Tournier & Fils.
It must be said that Mazamet was at the time a well-known Textile stronghold, whose influence went far beyond our borders.

YA1_2744.jpg

YA1_2744.jpg

A vertically integrated company

The 2 specificities of this manufacture is to work wool on the one hand and to be fully integrated on the other.
At Jules Tournier & Fils, they master all the stages of production: spinning (yarn), weaving / knitting (fabric or woolen cloth), finishing (= the “treatment” stages which will give its specific to the material; like a soft hand for example).

Supplier of the French army

Historically, and still today, the workshop supplied the French army. During World War I, for example, Tournier made the famous "horizon blue cloth" worn by the Poilus.
It is therefore not surprising that Jules Tournier & Fils is labeled Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant (a label that recognizes the best savoir-faire).

YA1_2744.jpg