Ballet slippers / Slide slippers / House slippers

 Quartem

Creator and manufacturer in Périgord since 1924

Who are we ?

Quartem is an anagram of Marquet. And Marquest is a family business which was created in the last century in 1924. We create and manufacture, slide slippers, ballet slippers, house slippers, mules and moccasins in our workshops at Villars en Périgord.
Here we design, modelise, stitch, embroider, sew and stick.
We have a team of fifty. They produce all these articles with a desire to meet the needs and expectations of our customers.

Marquet & Cie, recognized in the industry for its seriousness, know-how and quality, has ISO 9001 certification for all its activities (design, manufacture and sale of slippers and footwear).

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    3D CAD creation of a file (computer-aided design in 3 dimensions)
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    Heel produced by 3D CAD
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    Range of ribbons and braids
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    Technical specification file resulting from the design
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    Gamme de tissus

Our creation workshop

There are 5 creators. Their curiosity leads them to look at the world, its trends. They mix cultures and create the feet of tomorrow.
Eclectic to be sure !

  • - Digitisation of shapes and tools and cutting templates
  • - Research work using CAD (computer-aided design)
  • - Digitisation of shapes and tools and cutting templates
  • - Production of mock-ups (heel, sole, toolings, through rapid prototyping (laser sintering))
  • - Creation of motifs and embroidery programmes on our software
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    Embroidery machine
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    Blade cutter
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    Sole injection machine
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    Laser cutter
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    Machine embroidery

Our production workshops

30 people work in production. Our workshops are organised in production cells (“young designers” ballet slipper cell…)
All our footwear is manufactured here from A to Z.

  • - Gluing of our fabrics
  • - Machine embroidery, embossing, stitching
  • - Digital printing of designs and motifs
  • - Gluing of our fabrics
  • - Injection manufacturing of heels and soles
  • - Blade, laser and water jet cutting of components
  • - Assembly of components by hand or in an automated cell
  • - Finishing
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