Terms & conditions


These general terms and conditions of use apply to your first visit to www.mercilouis.com, hereinafter referred to as the website, and are enforceable against you for the entire duration of use of the said website.

The present terms of use may be subject to modifications at the sole initiative of the publication director.

The purpose of the website is to present online objects of today inspired by French heritage, particularly from the 17th and 18th centuries, imbued with French charm and elegance, and to sell these objects to exclusively professional customers via a specific order interface.

The information contained on the website is intended for its visitors whether they are consumers and/or professionals with the exception of the order interface dedicated to professionals.

The information is provided as is without any guarantee of completeness, absence of errors, omissions or non-updating.


The purpose of these terms of use is to set out the rights and obligations of visitors when browsing this website.


The information appearing on the site is established in accordance with French law in force on the day it is made available on the site. Any access from a territory other than France is at the visitor’s own risk in consideration of the law applicable to him/her.
The conflict of law rules are expressly excluded in favour of the full and unreserved application of French law.


Cookies: small files from browser software that can be summarised as an identifier number whose sole purpose is to enable or facilitate communication by electronic means.

Personal data: personal data relating to the visitor (e-mail address, etc.) collected in particular via the form on the website.

Property rights: rights protected under the intellectual property framework, which includes literary and artistic property rights (images, texts, sounds, drawings) and industrial property rights (patents, designs, logo).

Visitor(s): any natural or legal person visiting the website who has unreservedly adhered to these general terms and conditions.

Access to the website

Internet users can normally access the site 24/24h, 7/7d without this being an obligation on the part of the publication director, who may have to interrupt access to the site temporarily or permanently. No compensation may be granted by the publication director for the unavailability of the site, whether temporary or permanent.

Property rights

The site and its content are subject to legal protection under literary and artistic property (copyright) and industrial property (trademarks, drawings, logos).
The present general conditions do not entail any transfer of any kind of intellectual property rights on the site and its content for the benefit of the visitor.
All complete or partial reproduction, by whatever means, without the prior written consent of the director of publication is unlawful and constitutes a forgery likely to lead to legal sanctions.
Hypertext links to the home page of the site www.mercilouis.com or any other page must systematically be the subject of a request for authorisation and must be removed on simple request by MERCI LOUIS.

It is also reminded that the hypertext links placed on www.mercilouis.com may refer to other sites whose contents remain under the sole responsibility of the operators and owners of these sites.

Personal data

THANK YOU LOUIS may ask the Internet user for personal data during the consultation and use of the site in particular:

– when the Professional Internet User creates an account,
– when the Professional Internet User places an order on the Website,
– when the Internet User contacts customer service.

The data collected is intended for the use of MERCI LOUIS to enable the management of the commercial and contractual relationship with the Internet User and to inform him/her of offers and news if necessary.

The Internet user may receive, if he/she has expressly consented, electronic prospecting from MERCI LOUIS and its partners.

The Internet User may unsubscribe at any time via the unsubscribe link contained in the aforementioned electronic canvassing.

In accordance with the French Data Protection Act of 6 January 1978, amended by the Act of 6 August 2004, visitors have the right to access, oppose and rectify any personal data concerning them, as specified in the chapter entitled “protection of privacy”.
The use of cookies by the Site Editor is solely intended to enable or facilitate communication by electronic means.
In any event, the visitor retains the possibility of accepting or opposing the recording of cookies by configuring the options of his internet browser.


Jean-Christophe Miquel :

Mail : info@mercilouis.com
Phone : +33 (0)6 86 74 66 89
Address :
3 Rue des Tilleuls
F77320 La Chapelle Moutils