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An emblematic glass since it comes from bottles of wine collected via various sources of supply, with the establishment of partnerships with professionals from the wine world: winegrowers, bottlers, manufacturers. These companies occasionally offer us batches of bottles intended to be destroyed for various reasons. And sometimes more unique bottles…

Fragile and solid: two characteristics of the glass bottle, two virtues that the brand tends to preserve and cultivate.

Recycled objects

At the origin of the Q bottle brand, there is a fair appreciation, a look at the raw element: the evidence of a good idea. By cutting a bottle to make a glass, Q of bottles recycles the glass of course, but also invents a whole new story. Glasses, vases, egg cups, boards, candles: beneath its apparent simplicity, each piece is unique.

A valuable team

Today, eleven people work in the workshop. Eleven people involved on whom we can count, who collect, cut, cut, engrave, sand, polish, control and ship. Q of bottles now has more than 20 employees between Le Touquet-Paris-Plage and Lille.

Victoire and Gauthier

At the head of the company, Victoire and Gauthier share their lives and base the future of the company on the same values: emotion, respect, simplicity, harmony. Originally from Reims, Victoire loves the terroir , the cultivation of vines, what that means in terms of family and transmission. Gauthier comes from a family of entrepreneurs. He left the stage (of the Florent classes) after an evening with friends, during which he had the idea of ​​cutting a bottle of wine in two to make a glass. Many would have stopped there. He created a company, learned the trade a few kilometers from home, in the Glass Valley (the world's leading center for luxury bottles) and invested in a machine.

A mission

Create the classics of tomorrow from recycled materials. Reasonable household objects which combine a mode of production which tends towards 0 waste, an elementary and functional aesthetic. The recycled material is worked harmoniously, in the sense of its primary function, while respecting its history. Respect is also a raw material. Respect for the object that we transform, for the people who designed it and for all those who participate in bringing it back to life.


Each creation is the result of delicate manual work on a fragile material. However, the finished object is solid, robust and resistant. It is this balance between rigor and sensuality that creates harmony and gives the collections their spirit. Each collection has its history, each object its imprint, each memory its scent.