In 1924, Henri VIREBENT opened his factory in Puy L'Evêque; the latter produced doorknobs, bottle stoppers, insulating material and components for the electrical industry...  In 1960, with lastic becoming widespread, VIREBENT launches into the art of entertaining and decoration.  The firm begins a collaboration with designers.  Today, some of their models form part of the collections exhibited at the Museum of Decorative Arts in Paris.

For the tableware, he uses porcelain... a 1400 ° firing process that gives its hardness making it ideal for objects for intensive use.  Its high resistance to abrasion associated with its thin sections make it particularly suited to crockery.