General Terms of Use

General provisions

The website www.larochere.com is owned and operated by the company LA ROCHÉRE.

The website www.larochere.com is a site for the sale of tableware and decorative items. The purpose of these provisions is to set out the terms of use of the website www.larochere.com.

Simple consultation of the website www.larochere.com automatically and unconditionally implies full and complete acceptance of all these terms of use.

LA ROCHERE reserves the right to modify the terms of use at its sole discretion.

Identification of the company LA ROCHÉRE – Legal terms

A simplified joint-stock company (SAS) governed by French law with share capital of 2,500,060.50 Euros

SIRET no. RC VESOUL B 815 680 020

VAT no. FR23815680020


4, rue de la verrerie


Contact : contact@larochere.net

Tél : 00 33 (0)3 84 78 61 00

Publication Directors Eric Zannoni and Nicolas BIGOT

Hosted by: OVH, 2 rue kellermann BP 80157 59053 ROUBAIX Cedex 1, France

Information and documents available on the website

Any use of the documents appearing on the LA ROCHÉRE website, such as images, photos and graphic elements, as well as the design or layout of the www.larochere.com website, is strictly forbidden, unless prior and express authorisation has been obtained from LA ROCHÉRE. These elements are protected by copyright, trademark law and by the regulations applicable to unfair competition and may not be copied or imitated in whole or in part. Any person who does not respect these provisions is guilty of the offence of counterfeiting and is liable to the civil and penal sanctions provided for by the law.


The name and logo "LA ROCHÉRE" displayed on the www.larochere.com website are trademarks that are duly protected by the INPI and their use is strictly reserved for the company LA ROCHÉRE. Internet users undertake to inform LA ROCHÉRE if they become aware of any infringement of its trademark rights.

Access to on-line services

Certain areas of the www.larochere.com website may be entered by means of access codes belonging to the Internet user.
These access codes are individual and personal and must not be communicated to third parties. Use and preservation of the access codes are the sole responsibility of the user. Internet users acknowledge that they are fully and exclusively responsible for their access codes and shall bear alone any consequences that may result from use of these codes by third parties who may have gained knowledge of them. Any loss or unintentional disclosure of information that could enable third parties to gain knowledge of the internet user's access codes must be immediately reported to LA ROCHÉRE.

Internet rules of use

LA ROCHÉRE undertakes to make its best efforts to secure access, consultation and use of the information on its site in accordance with the rules of use of the Internet. The website is accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, except in the event of force majeure or the occurrence of an event beyond the control of LA ROCHÉRE. The maintenance interventions required for the proper functioning of the site may be carried out after prior notice to users. It is the responsibility of Internet users to take all necessary measures to ensure that the technical characteristics of their computer equipment allow them to consult the www.larochere.com website and the information contained therein.

Hypertext links

The www.larochere.com website may refer to other websites by means of hypertext links. LA ROCHÉRE cannot be held directly or indirectly responsible for the content of these sites which are not controlled by LA ROCHÉRE.

Personal data

LA ROCHÉRE needs certain data relating to Internet users in order to respond to their queries (request for information, opening an account, etc.). When registering online, Internet users undertake to provide true, accurate and complete information as requested in the registration form and to keep it up to date without delay. This is personal data (surname, first name, personal or professional details such as e-mail address, telephone number, etc.), provided on a voluntary basis to access the services offered by the website www.larochere.com. Internet users acknowledge that the personal data collected is subject to computer processing. This processing has been declared to the CNIL. Under no circumstances shall this personal data be sold or exchanged with third parties for commercial purposes, or used by LA ROCHÉRE for commercial purposes, without having obtained the prior consent of the Internet user concerned. Internet users have the right to access and rectify any information concerning the file thus constituted, which they may exercise by contacting the administrator of www.larochere.com at: contact@larochere.net


When visiting the www.larochere.com website, it is suggested that a cookie be placed on the user's computer.
 This cookie stores information relating to browsing on the www.larochere.com website (the pages consulted, the date and time of the consultation, etc.). This information can be read during your next visits and consultations of the www.larochere.com website. The length of time this information is kept varies depending on the configuration of the Internet user's computer. This cookie does not enable us to identify the user. Internet users can adjust their browser settings to notify them when a cookie is sent, allowing them to accept it or not:

For Mozilla Firefox:

 1. Select the “Tools” menu, then “Options”

 2. Click on the “Privacy” icon

 3. Scroll down to the “Cookie” menu and select the required options

For Microsoft Internet Explorer:

 1. Select the “Tools” menu, then “Internet Options”.

 2. Click on “Confidentiality”

 3. Scroll down to select the required level.

For Opera:

 1. Choose “File”>“Preferences”

 2. Privacy

Settlement of disputes - Applicable law

Any dispute involving LA ROCHÈRE, which relates to these terms of use and the use of the www.larochere.com website, shall, in the absence of an amicable settlement, be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Courts of VESOUL (FRANCE), even in the event of multiple instances or parties, appeal under guarantee or summary proceedings.

Any issue relating to terms of use that is not covered by the present stipulations shall be subject to the provisions of French law.