At the beginning of the seventeenth century or perhaps at the end of the sixteenth century, a potter Cévenol, appointed Boisset, falls in judgment before a Vase Médicis in the fair of Beaucaire. Seduced by both elegance, it takes him the desire to create a model in the inspiring. The spirit and the rigor in traditional Cévennes are a vase more rustic, more stocky. It the Orne a daisy chain, a crest: the vase Boisset is born. Monumental, it serves to plant the orange and lemon trees that adorn the garden of the Great of the Court of Louis XIV. Time passes, the Vase Boisset occur from father to son for centuries. today, the children of Boisset perpetuate with talent the work of the former.