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  1. Baccarat (pronounced [bakaʁa]) is a French luxury brand and manufacturer of fine crystal located in Baccarat, France. The company owns two museums: the Musée Baccarat in Baccarat, Meurthe-et-Moselle and the Musée Baccarat in Paris on the Place des États-Unis. [1] Groupe du Louvre was the majority shareholder of the company until 2005. [2]

  2. Among crystal manufacturers, Baccarat has pioneered the incorporation of computer-aided design and manufacturing techniques, as well as modernized production systems, without relinquishing its tradition of hand-crafted quality. Baccarat's artisans, who undergo an eight-year apprenticeship, have won numerous awards throughout the company's history.

  3. Jun 04, 2017 · Founded in 1764, Baccarat is a luxury brand internationally renowned as a leader in high-end and exclusive crystal products. The Company manufactures and sells a range of products, including jewelry and accessories, as well as home and decoration products.

    • 1948
    • Subsidiary
    • Baccarat, FR
  4. Company Description: BACCARAT is located in BACCARAT, GRAND EST, France and is part of the Glass and Glass Product Manufacturing Industry. BACCARAT has 500 employees at this location and generates $171.30 million in sales (USD). There are 49 companies in the BACCARAT corporate family.

    • 500
    • 383.8M
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  6. Company Description: Baccarat, Inc. is located in New York, NY, United States and is part of the Miscellaneous Durable Goods Merchant Wholesalers Industry. Baccarat, Inc. has 14 employees at this location. (Employees figure is modelled). There are 49 companies in the Baccarat, Inc. corporate family.

    • 635 Madison Ave FL 4, New York, 10022-1009, NY
    • 14
    • (212) 826-4100
    • Branch Manager
  7. BACCARAT CELEBRATES 25 YEARS OF POKÉMON WITH THE MOST DAZZLING COLLECTIONS! 1996 saw the company’s first releases with Pokémon Red and Pokémon Green for Nintendo Game Boy.

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