Our motorcycle helmet holders: Burt

Each Burt motorcycle helmet holder is a timeless and unique sculptural piece. A true guardian angel for your interior, perfectly adapting to different atmospheres and settings, whilst proudly presenting your helmet.
The name ‘Burt’ is a tribute to the New Zealander Burt Munro, a motorcycle legend and world speed record breaker. Our busts illustrate this idea of speed and striving to surpass our personal goals. Compatible with all types of helmets and available in different styles and colours, each helmet holder comes with a wall bracket and is numbered to help identify your unique piece of art. Your helmet will now have it’s own dedicated space in your interior.

Our philosophy

The objective of Francollection is to create timeless, functional and expressive objects. Exploiting the link between art and design, our creations are a mixture of creativity and innovation which meets the needs of a contemporary lifestyle.

Far from mass industrial production which use polluting materials and methods, Francollection releases one unique collection per year, always 100% hand made in France. The use of traditional artisan methods, sustainable and high quality materials remains a priority during the design and production of our creations. This is achieved by collaborating with local professionals in the South of France who are passionate artisans dedicated to quality.

Motorcycle helmet holder
Collection #1

Passionate about motorcycles, sculptor-designer Pierre Franco first designed this helmet holder for personal use, calling on the experience of his artistic and professional career. After studying at the Boulle school, Franco began his career as a designer at Chanel. Here he has created a work of pure and enigmatic design, like a graceful silhouette rising from the wall. For those of us who aren’t motorcycle fans, Burt is also a sculptural bust. Each helmet holder is a unique piece of art.

Local know-how

Marseille is a land of artistic craftsmanship.  Francollection strives to preserve these traditional skills, from the mastery of glazed earthenware to handmade decorations in pure ivory, gold, silver or copper leaf versions. Choosing earthenware, a noble and fragile material, for a helmet holder is not insignificant. The finesse of the enamel subtly emphasizes the need to protect the living.

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