Both silversmiths Georges BOIN and his son-in-law Emile Taburet build the House BOIN-TABURET about 1875. They create wonderful silver pieces inspired by beautiful services of the 18th century. For the first exposition in Paris in 1878, Georges BOIN presents a toilet service inspired by Pierre Germain’s work. For the Universal Exposition of 1889 in Paris, several mirror tables are exposed and one of them executed by being inspired of the drawings of the famous drawer and ornementiste Juste Aurèle MEISSONNIER . Tea services in the style Louis XIV and Louis XVI are exposed too. He presents a soup tureen and its tray inspired by Pierre Germain for the Jockey Club too. The House Boin-Taburet participates to many expositions and shows, particularly those of 1878, 1889 and 1900. It thus contributes to the new birth of the French silver trade of the 19th century.