Veneor has temporarily dedicated its workshops to the making of masks.
It's beautiful, it's fashionable, it goes with everything and it can save lives: Masks...
THE COLLECTION | Ville
THE COLLECTION | Hunting & Nature
It is in a neo-classical castle, in the Haspengouw region, in the center of Belgium, that beats the heart of Veneor. Fascinated by this mythical place, the founders of the leather goods company have decided to establish here their workshop. The building, of ideal proportions, contains all the spirit of the brand and is composed of majestic decorations, an inexhaustible source of inspiration. This atmosphere is perfect to discover the collections while embodying Veneor's spirit: creativity, mastery and excellence.
The history of this castle is closely linked to art: many artists and craftsmen, internationally renowned, have participated in its construction (the architect Renoz) and its decoration (Frankx, Lovinfosse, Bouchez, Moretti ... ). Renowned residents have also left their mark: the Prince Bishop of Liège, Canon Bormans, Mozart, ...
Visitors may also leave their mark behind by making from one of Veneor's item their own.
OUR KNOW HOW
AT YOUR SERVICE
Veneor was born from the encounter of a craftsman who was formed in one of the most famous leather goods houses and an enthusiast of art and traditions, active in the last Belgian wool industry. Together, they initiate a new chapter in the development of the brand.
Veneor perpetuates an exceptional know-how, often secular, in the art of luxury leather goods by creating each piece by hand, in its workshop, in Belgium. This expertise ensures high quality products.
By choosing a Veneor item, you be part of this story and perpetuate the tradition of excellence, made in Belgium, and thus approach Perfection.
You can choose to make your own Veneor item thanks to our tailor made orders.
CONTACT & VISIT VENEOR
The visit of the Atelier and the Castle is possible on appointment only; a wonderful opportunity to discover the work of our leather craftsmen and the renovation of an exceptional site awarded by the Prince Alexandre de Mérode prize.
Hasselbroekstraat 188 - 3890 Jeuk