In 1882, Leopold Franck observes the development of perfume and handmade instruments used to spray the fragrances. He decides to start an industrial production of perfume atomizers.
He first sells his products to department stores and perfumeries.
Upon his death in 1907, his son Marcel took over the business. He soon had contracts for bottles with major crystal companies like Baccarat and Saint Louis and with the best glass artists (Lalique, Galle, Argy-Rousseau, etc.). He turned atomizers in work of art. The brand gained a worldwide recognition. Read more.