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.... Every week, 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!



What's on this week at the Paris Flea Market
Friday, 13 May, 2022
# SESSION 13 - the time of Spring

With the month of April, spring is back. Dedicated to Venus in ancient times, this is the month when the sun fertilizes nature and announces its renewal.


This time of the year is also the time when, after the dark months of winter, the desire to do a great spring cleaning is born. Let's open our windows! Let's let the light in and fill our interiors with bright and FUN colors. For spring-summer 2022, let's make room for a sunny decoration, inspired by the Mediterranean. 


As usual, Flea Market Paris went around Parisian antique shops and designers to find vintage nuggets that announce the pleasure of good mood, the taste of sharing and an aspiration to peace and joy finally found.


Mirror created with fan blade of a Boeing
Louis XV style chest of drawers in shells and quartz
Dinner table with an angine of a French military plane
Bench in white lacquered metal edited by Vitra, 1990
Japan maki-e lacquer kushibako - family crest (mon)

Rare antiques


Louis XIV style gilded wood bed
Chandelier à lacé from the 18th century
Pair of ephebes
Cup with heads of satyrs by Benedetto Boschetti
Blue Love Pears by Cat Sirot
Neon Sculpture by Maximilian Wiedmemann, Champagne
Neon Sculpture by Maximilian Wiedmemann, in Heels closer to God
Pair of blue armchairs, 1970
Portrait of a collector
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