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This vintage furniture store specialises in furniture, lights and decorative pieces from the 1950s, 60s and 70s. Open Thursday to Saturday 14:00-19:30. 16 rue Caffarelli (Arr 3). Metro: Temple.
Purchase and sale of old stone objects and paving. Also stocks a range of second-hand furniture and decor items. Route de St-Gervais, Ambleville (95).
Offering assistance buying and selling at auction - whether it's sourcing paintings, furniture and decorative art for your home or selling to relocate - formal appraisals for inventory purposes, estate settlements and insurance coverage.
Auction house covering all areas of the art market with over 20 individual departments, featuring some of the world’s leading experts and specialists. 7 rond-point des Champs-Elysees (Arr 8). Metro: Franklin-Roosevelt
A French Fine Art and Antiques consulting firm. Providing advice and support to a wide-range of private, public and corporate clients looking to make purchases in the Paris art market.
Auction house that offers an extensive international network of specialist departments covering almost 60 categories, auction estimates and advice. Valuation service also available. 4 rue de la Paix (Arr 2). Metro: Opera
Gallery specialising in medieval and Renaissance furniture, sculptures, paintings, tapestries and objets d’art. 7 quai Voltaire (Arr 7). Metro: Rue du Bac.
Carre Rive Gauche, located between Saint-Germain-des-Pres and the Musee d’Orsay, comprises of 120 antique dealers offering a wide range of furniture, pictures, sculptures and decorative pieces.
Gallery offering contemporary classic furniture and decorative items. 61 rue de Varenne (Arr 7). Metro: Rue du Bac
World-famous auction house. Furniture, silver, ceramics, and ancient art are auctioned here. Check the website for more details and auction dates. 9 avenue Matignon (Arr 8) Metro: Matignon.
Auction house with a total of 21 salerooms split over 4 locations. Each location has its own speciality: paintings, furniture, objets d'art, light vehicles, tools etc. See website for details. 9 rue Drouot (Arr 9). Metro: Richelieu - Drouot
Shop selling Elvis related products and memorabilia including DVDs, records and books (French and English). Open Monday to Saturday 10:30 to 13:00 / 14:30 to 19:00. 9 rue Notre Dame des Victoires (Arr 2). Metro: Bourse
Antiques, second hand jewellery and watches, designer and custom made objects and gemstones. 20 rue de Miromesnil (Arr 8) Metro: Miromesnil.
Specialising in 20th-century European and American furniture and decorative arts. 18 rue de Seine (Arr 6). Metro: Odeon.
Two-story gallery run by Pierre Passebon specialising in late 19th Century, 20th century and contemporary furnishing and objets d’art. 20-26 Galerie Vero-Dodat (Arr 1). Metro: Louvre Rivoli.
Dealer specialising in Medieval, Renaissance and 15th to early 17th century fine furniture and decorative pieces. 240 blvd St. Germain (Arr 7). Metro: Rue du Bac.
Dealer of antique French and European furniture. Also deals in decorative arts. 77 rue du Faubourg Saint Honore (Arr 8) Metro: Saint-Philippe-du-Roule
Offering a range of modern contemporary paintings, 20th century furniture and decorative arts at 18 rue de Seine (Arr 6) Metro: Odeon and 6 Rue Saint-Claude (Arr 3) Metro: Saint-Sebastien - Froissart.
One of the city’s oldest galleries specialising in 17th and 18th century furniture and objets d’art. 43 rue de Monceau (Arr 8). Metro: Monceau.
Furniture gallery and shop at 31 rue Dauphine (Arr 6) Metro: Odeon
Antique shop specialising in music boxes and other musical objects at 96 rue du Bac (Arr 7). Metro: Rue du Bac.
The famous French flea market is located just outside the Paris. Selling mostly antique furniture, paintings, light fittings, sculpture and porcelain. 140 Rue des Rosiers, Saint-Ouen (93). Metro: Porte de Clignancourt or Garibaldi.
On-line auction house specialised in luxury items offering weekly thematic auction sales. 41 Boulevard des Capucines (Arr 2). Metro: Opera.
Antique and second hand furniture, as well as garden ornaments. Open from Wednesday to Sunday, closed over lunch. RD 14, Magny en Vexin (95)
Artistic souvenirs, sculptures, coins, pendants, marble-topped tables are a few of the objects on display. 2 Place du Palais Royal (Arr 1) Metro: Palais Royal.
Flea market. Open from Saturday to Monday. Place de la Porte de Montreuil (93) Montreuil. Metro: Porte de Montreuil
A second-hand and antiquarian market in Paris. Open every weekend. Avenue de la Pte de Vanves / rue Marc Sangnier (Arr 14).
Public auctions on-line and at Hotel des ventes du Marais, 7 rue Aubriot (Arr 4). Metro: Hotel de Ville.
Auction house that organizes more than sixty sales every year (either in its own auction room or at the Hotel Drouot). Valuation service also offered. 7 Rue Drouot (Arr 9). Metro: Richelieu - Drouot.
English speaking brocante selling art and collectables from art deco, to the seventies, vintage industrial style. On line and also at the flea market in Vanves (Puces de Vanves)
Specialising in selling antiques and offers picture framing, restoration and guilding. 21 & 25 rue du General Leclerc Versailles (78) and 3 rue Rossini a Paris (Arr 9).
Showroom of antiques and second hand furniture from successions, estates and house clearances. 117 rue d'Alesia (Arr 14) Metro: Alesia and 63 quai de Seine (Arr 19) Metro: Riquet
World-famous auction house. Art deco, art nouveau, European silver or 20th century paintings. See website for auction dates and details. 76 rue du Faubourg Saint Honore (Arr 8) Metro: St Phillip du Roule.
Auction house that holds at least one sale per week in one of over twenty different specialities. 37 rue des Mathurins (Arr 8). Metro: Havre - Caumartin or Saint-Augustin.
Auction house dealing in jewellery, books, art and furniture. 3 impasse des Chevau-Legers, Versailles (78). RER C: Versailles - Chateau.
Village St Paul houses a range of antique dealers selling china, furniture, silverware and jewels in the Marais area. Rue St. Paul (Arr 4) Metro: St. Paul.
The original site of the Swiss exhibition of 1900 now houses 150 antiques dealers and decorators with French furniture, African art and rare 18th century pieces. 78 ave de Suffren (Arr 15) and 54 avenue de la Motte-Picquet (Arr 15).
Gallery offering 20th century furniture and decorative arts. 12 rue Bonaparte (Arr 6). Metro: Saint Germain des Pres.