See the wood carvings of Hélène Lecomte-Brunet in the studio opened by her father Pierre Lecomte in 1942.
The shop-cum-studio and exhibition space is on the square opposite the tourist office.
Run by Pierre Lecomte from 1942 to 1982, then by his son Jacques until the end of 2006, it was recently reopened by Hélène Lecomte in tribute to the fine craftsmanship of her parents. She has turned it into a mini-museum celebrating her family, since her aunts Marguerite and Suzanne Lecomte were a hemstitcher and stitch separator, and her grandfather, Médéric Lecomte, was a "Jours d'Angles” artist.
Come and experience this place of finest craftsmanship that is still full of the atmosphere of a fascinating profession. Specialist in coats of arms and truly personalised ‘napkin rings’ (featuring your name and any design of your choice).