Emaillerie Belge, founded in 1923, started with a main focus on enamelling household products and soon evolved towards the production of enamelled advertising.

Today, Emaillerie Belge is specialised in enamelling steel plates and natural stone, this by repeatedly heating at high temperatures of + 800 °C.

All steps in the production process are handled internally and the firing occurs in an industrial furnace with high capacity. This enables us to meet all kinds of orders for both small too large surfaces.

The company not only masters the different silkscreen printing techniques. Such as plain colours, colour gradation and four-colour printing. We also continuously works on new developments and innovations.

Our reputation is recognized under the protected trademark Emaillerie Belge ®





Emaillerie Belge was founded in 1923 in the center of Brussels (Molenbeek). In the beginning Emaillerie Belge focused on the production of household products which later-on evolved towards enamelled advertisement. This was a major success until the 50’s.



In 1957 the government introduced a law to impose taxes on publicity panels along public roads. Resulting in a decreasing demand of enamelled publicity which let many fabricants to close their doors. Emaillerie Belge remained the only active enamel manufacturer within the Benelux and started working on other materials as well, such as aluminium and neon lighting.



In the early 90’s the company evolved back to its niche market of enamelling, where handwork and top quality are the absolute priority. Thanks to its great knowledge of the industry and its craft, Emaillerie Belge kept standing all these years.



A young dynamic entrepreneur took over the company, eager to innovate and find new ways to integrate enamel. This new wind of change led towards the development of new markets such as architecture, design and artworks.


The company moved from its original site in Molenbeek to a new one in Forest (BXL). The new location offers a unique showroom and an authentic production workspace, decorated with over 500 private collection panels. The move allowed the company to optimize the production process as well as invest in new furnaces and infrastructure, enabling to expand the manufacturing possibilities within new markets.