The Rose, symbol of Louis Quatorze

Made up of the letters "L" and "Q" interlaced, the symbol of Louis Quatorze evokes by its lines and sumptuous curves the roses of the garden of the Trianon of the castle of Versailles. Combining modernity with the elegance of the French nobility, it reflects as such the philosophy of the House and the originality of its products characterized by an elegant and luxurious style.

For the record, Louis XIV had roses grown in his gardens of the Château de Versailles and picked them to present them to his relatives as a sign of his love.