Museum "Le Curiosa"

It took 25 years to Jean-Jacques Meyer, first owner of “La Vignette Haute” to collect, more objects and paintings than days in the year, telling and showing love through the ages. This museum is a paean to the woman.

He had designed the emblem: a keyhole through which we discover a libertine engraving of the 18th, completed with appropriate maxims.

As a child he became interested in antiques and became a collector. This museum is named Curiosa, because in the world of antiques, everything related to eroticism is called curiosa (Latin curiosity).

Each object has a story and Jean-Jacques Meyer has a predilection for the objects called “à face cachée” (face down) which means that behind an ordinary object unfolds an erotic piece.