The suppliers to the Cour grand-ducale

A selection of excellence

The title ‘Supplier to the Court’ (Fournisseur de la Cour) stems from the trust placed by H.R.H. the Grand Duke in Luxembourgish companies who have distinguished themselves by the excellence of their service.

On this page, you will find the official list of Suppliers to the Court, the origins of the patent as well as information on how to apply for the title, how to obtain it and how to use it.

  • Boucherie-Salaisons Marco Meyer, S.à.r.l.

    Official supplier since 2020

  • Brasserie Nationale S.A

    Official supplier since 2019

  • Brasserie Simon s.e.c .s.

    Official supplier since 1955

  • Caterman S.A. (De Schnékert Traiteur)

    Official supplier since 2001

  • Caves Bernard-Massard S.A

    Official supplier since 1931

  • Confiserie Namur

    Official supplier since 1904

  • Cottyn-Kieffer s.à.r.l

    Official supplier since 2013

  • Domaine Alice Hartmann S.A.

    Official supplier since 2011

  • Domaine Claude Bentz s.à.r.l.

    Official supplier since 2001

  • Domaines Viticole Aly Duhr

    Official supplier since 2013

  • Eric et Laurent Luxembourg

    Official supplier since 2019

  • Ernster S.à r.l.

    Official supplier since 2021

  • Fleurs Kill

    Official supplier since 1985

  • Goedert Serge S.à.r.l.

    Official supplier since 2020

  • Horlogerie-Bijouterie Jacques Molitor

    Official supplier since 1967

  • Institut de Beauté Annette Weber-Krier

    Official supplier since 2001

  • Isogreen s.à.r.l.

    Official supplier since 2011

  • Josy Juckem-Jucalux s.à.r.l.

    Official supplier since 2002

  • Kaempff-Kohler s.à.r.l.

    Official supplier since 2015

  • Käerzefabrick Peters s.à.r.l.

    Official supplier since 2019

  • Kuhn Construction S.A.

    Official supplier since 1983

  • La Provençale s.à.r.l.

    Official supplier since 1970

  • Lanners Confection S.à. r.l.

    Official supplier since 2021

  • Leonard Sœurs s.à.r.l

    Official supplier since 2002

  • Les Domaines de Vinsmoselle

    Official supplier since 1990

  • Losch Luxembourg S.à r.l.

    Official supplier since 2021

  • Luxaviation Management Company S.A.

    Official supplier since 2020

  • Luxcro et Cie s.e.c.s « Schroeder Joailliers »

    Official supplier since 1914

  • Luxlait, association agricole

    Official supplier since 2002

  • Maâ-Oui

    Official supplier since 2020

  • Marcel Grosbusch & Fils s.à r.l (Grosbusch s.à r.l)

    Official supplier since 2015

  • Maroquinerie du Passage

    Official supplier since 2001

  • Maroquinerie Keller s.à.r.l.

    Official supplier since 2001

  • Menuiserie Dohm S.à r.l.

    Official supplier since 2021

  • Muller & Wegener S.à r.l.

    Official supplier since 2021

  • Multi Clean-Services (Prestige) s.à.r.l

    Official supplier since 2004

  • Oberweis S.A.

    Official supplier since 1999

  • Optilor s.à.r.l.

    Official supplier since 2011

  • Paris 8 S.A.

    Official supplier since 2014

  • Peinture Regenwetter

    Official supplier since 1983

  • Post Group

    Official supplier since 2001

  • SA Museal Editions

    Official supplier since 2013

  • Société Luxembourgeoise de Peinture et Fils S.à r.l.

    Official supplier since 2021

  • Soclair Equipements S.A.

    Official supplier since 1932

  • Sources Rosport S.A.

    Official supplier since 2001

  • Steffen Traiteur S.à r.l.

    Official supplier since 2021

  • Stoll Safety s.à.r.l.

    Official supplier since 2020

  • Stoll, Maître-Matelassier s.à.r.l

    Official supplier since 1988

  • Tapis Hertz s.à.r.l et Cie s.e.c.s

    Official supplier since 2001

  • Villeroy & Boch s.à.r.l

    Official supplier since 1981

  • Voyages Emile Weber s.à.r.l.

    Official supplier since 2012

About us

The title of Supplier to the Court distinguishes companies that offer an excellent service to the Cour grand-ducale.

The title is only granted, upon application, to companies or businesses that have regularly and frequently supplied the Cour grand-ducale for a period of at least five years with quality goods and services.

When examining the application, the Grand Ducal Court assesses, in addition to the quality of the supplies and services, inter alia, the reputation, the good name and the company’s policy of promoting sustainable development.

Applications for being awarded the title are examined by an evaluation commission. This committee also regularly assesses the services provided by companies already in possession of the title and examines applications for renewal. The patent and the rights deriving from the title are strictly personal and cannot be transferred to a third company or person.

History

The Duchy of Luxembourg was established as an independent state and raised to the rank of Grand Duchy at the Congress of Vienna in 1815. It was then granted to William of Orange Nassau, King of the Netherlands, who also bore the title of Grand Duke of Luxembourg.

In 1840, his son William II became King and Grand Duke until his death in 1849. It was to him that we owe our first constitution and a Chamber of Commerce.

In 1850, Prince Hendrik of the Netherlands, the brother of William III, became Prince-Lieutenant-Représentant of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. He showed a real interest in the well-being of its population and encouraged its economic development. Residing several times a year at the Château de Walferdange, he was in regular contact with suppliers in the Grand Duchy. When Grand Duke Adolphe ascended the throne in 1890, he formalised the appointment by Prince Hendrik of some of the suppliers. A new patent was then issued by the Cour grand-ducale, resulting in the Court suppliers as we know them today.

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Grand Duke Adolphe quickly gained the respect of the Luxemburgish people by linking the country with the House over which he presided. Among the oldest named suppliers, we find the portrait painter Charles Bernhoeft from 1891 and the Limpertsberg rose garden Souppert et Notting. In 1895, the ceramics workshop Zens frères from Echternach was also appointed Court Supplier.

Through the Suppliers to the Court, the Cour grand-ducale supports the tradition and the unique know-how of Luxembourg companies, which it rewards by granting the title of Fournisseur de la Cour (Supplier to the Court), a guarantee of excellence and quality. Since its creation, more than five hundred companies have received this distinction, which reflects the prosperity and economic success of the country.

How to become a Supplier to the Court?

What are the requirements for obtaining the title?

The title 'Supplier to the Court' is granted to companies or businesses that have regularly and frequently supplied the Court for a period of at least five years with quality goods and services.

When can we expect to obtain the title?

The list of the Suppliers to the Court is updated every year on National Day (23 June).

Is there an annual fee?

The details will be communicated upon delivery of the title.

Are you a Supplier to the Court and would you like to have the image files of the emblem (JPEG, EPS, PNG...)?

You can contact the Department of the Suppliers to the Court who will provide you with all the necessary documentation.

Do you wish to publish your status as Supplier to the Court on your social networks?

Your business is authorised to advertise the title 'Supplier to the Court' in accordance with the visual identity guidelines applicable.

For any other question, please contact us via the contact form