We select the best antiques in Paris Flea Market for your decoration

The old Paris flea market and its antique shops as if you were in the French capital with your own personal buyer.... Flea market Paris searches for the most beautiful objects in antique shops and designers to offer them to antique collectors or interior decorators. We unearth for you lamps, consoles, chests of drawers, tables, sofas and armchairs of style or period, and of course vintage objects and furniture.

 

Do you know the Carré Rive Gauche and the Carré Rive droite ? Do you know what the French call "Les Puces" ? Do you know the Biron market, the Paul Bert Serpette market, the labyrinth of the Vernaison market and some other more confidential markets around Porte de Clignancourt and Porte de Saint-Ouen?

 

Paris flea market is the largest flea market in the world. It has more than 1200 dealers. We know them all and we are bargain hunters !

 

We select antique furniture and objects and negotiate them for you at the best price so that you make good deals. We also negotiate a secure door-to-door transport for all collectors, decorators and amateurs.

 

If you don't find what you are looking for in our selection, please contact us. We will find it for you!

 

 

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What's on this week at the Paris Flea Market
Tuesday, 18 June, 2024

Each week, we publish a selection of furniture and objects that we have discovered in Parisian antique shops and in the galleries of the Flea Market. 

 

You will find in this section our latest treasures, chosen for their quality, their elegance, their rarity but also because they are in phase with the trends of decoration.

Brutalist style blond ash sideboard, 20th century
Gilded brass and glass sideboard, 1970s
Pierre Chapo, Coffee table model T18, 1960's
Joseph-André Motte, Blond ash sideboard, 1950's
Willy Rizzo, Coffee table, 1970s
Transitional style gilded wood sofa, circa 1900s
White ceramic "whistle" lamp, 1980's
Large Louis XV style gilded mirror
Georges Frydman, Oak and metal desk, 1950's
Pair of armchairs from the 60s in chestnut
Portrait of a young girl by Camille Claudel
Chestnut sideboard from the 60s
Golden lacquer mirror
Pair of meridiennes form the Restoration period
Reissue 19th of a Console of abundance by William Kent
White bear in bronze in the manner of Pompon
18th century secretary cabinet
Pair Of Italian Silver Penguin-Form Magnum Wine Coolers By Mario Buccellati
Table lamp by Piero Fornasetti
Bronze horse sculpture
Pair of armchairs by Paul Follot, ca 1925
Vase of the Manufacture of Sevres by Jean Mayodon
Art Deco set for a living room by Rapin and Hairon
19th Century Venetian Italian Round Mosaic Of Umberto III
Pair of shepherds with spread wings
Lamp by Jacques Le Chevallier

The Flea Market Paris team observes with curiosity the appearance at the flea market of vintage furniture created by the great designers of the 20th and 21st centuries.

 

Born at the end of the first world war, these pieces of furniture take up the modernist spirit of the Bauhaus, play between functionality and elegance of forms. They do not hesitate to use the new materials that appear from the 60s to integrate plastics and composite materials with new ranges of colors.

 

Created in an industrial logic, vintage furniture also expresses the appearance of a porosity between architecture, functional furniture and Art.

Sideboard by Raymond Cohen known as Cohray, 1970s
Joseph-André Motte, Blond ash sideboard, 1950's
Pierre Chapo, Elm table model T14A, 1960s
Geometric lamp by Curtis & Jeré
Cloverleaf sofa by Verner Panton
Brazil table by Peter Shire for Memphis
Moon system sofa by Zaha Hadid for BNB Italia
PL19, Tre Pezzi armchair by Franco Albini
Karate armchair in fiberglass and leather attributed to Michel Cadestin and published by Airborne
Ash chest of drawers attributed to Alain Richard for Charron Group 4.
Mushroom armchair attributed to Pierre Paulin

To dress an interior of furniture and objects of great decoration is not easy. A matter for specialists! We select with the greatest antique dealers of the Parisian place the most exceptional furniture. 

 

Period furniture, often stamped or signed by the greatest cabinetmakers of the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries. Little varied during the High Period, the furniture becomes more refined and feminine with the Louis XIII and Louis XIV Style and of classical and antique inspiration with the Louis XVI and Empire Style.

 

Each period has its own elegance to express luxury and savoir-vivre à la Française.

Pair of large Louis XIII Style armchairs
French Regence Period, Pair of beechwood cane armchairs, circa 1715-1723
Louis XIV style gilded wood bed
Travel box, Louis XIV period
Palais Royal French Louis XV period, Rare Gilt-Bronze and Cut-Crystal Chandelier Circa 1760-1770
Louis XV style chest of drawers attributed to François Linke
Restoration period clock
Pair of Italian carved marble busts, circa 1850

Napoleon is a great historical figure, famous throughout the world.
We have found at the flea market some exceptionally well made furniture in a beautiful state of preservation. Here is something to relive the great hours of Napoleonic France: magnificent carved wood for one with an inspiration return of Egypt; the second, plunging with the marquetry Boulle in the spirit of the Renaissance. And always, to let the sunshine in, golden elements.

Pair of andirons from the First Empire period
Curule of the First Empire period
Console with Egyptian women
sold
French Empire Period Pair of Gilt-Bronze Candlesticks
sold
Pair of Napoleon 1st armchairs
sold
Claude Galle (Attributed to) - French Empire Period Pair of Chiseled Gilt Bronze Candlesticks
Empire Bench signed by Jacob Desmalter

The lights create the atmosphere! A decorator always looks for the essential elements that go into the composition of an interior: table, sofa, armchair and... lights!

 

Ancient or contemporary, chandeliers, wall lamps or floor lamps sublimate an interior and create a dialogue between the furniture of a same room. A bright light for the whole, a soft light to rest, create intimacy and read.

 

For each space its own light.

Barovier, Large Murano glass chandelier, 1950's (attributed to)
Rock crystal chandelier from the Maison Baguès
Chandelier basket of great quality
Ultimate Star chandelier by Alexandre Vossion
Nickel and 24 K Gold plated Diadem Model by Alexandre Vossion
Palais Royal French Louis XV period, Rare Gilt-Bronze and Cut-Crystal Chandelier Circa 1760-1770
Ultimate Diadem chandelier by Alexandre Vossion
1 antique Baccarat crystal chandelier
Baccarat crystal and gilt bronze chandelier
Rock crystal chandelier after Giovanni Battista Metellino
Silver chandelier from the Maison Baguès
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