Henry Dasson (d.1896), the celebrated Parisian bronzier and ibiniste, specialized in the production of ancienne rigime style furniture and objects. In 1871, Dasson acquired the workshop of Charles Winckelsen, known for his Louis XVI style furniture. In 1878, Dasson's entries in the 1878 Exposition Universelle prompted the critic Louis Gonse to comment "nouveau venu dans la carrihre industrielle, Henri Dasson s'est rapidement crii par la perfection de ses oeuvres une trhs haute situation ' laquelle nous applaudissons chalereusement". In 1889, Dasson again won critical acclaim when he presented a remarkable exposition which won him an artistic grand prize. Dasson's business contined until 1894, when a sale of his remaining stock was held.