Antiques

Jean-Luc Ferrand

Galerie Jean-Luc Ferrand, mise en scène
Galerie Jean-Luc Ferrand, mise en scène enfilade

After studying at the Met Pennighen School and ICART (The school of management of culture and the art market), Jean-Luc Ferrand decided to become an entrepreneur in 1990 and opened his gallery at the Saint Ouen flea market. 30 years later, Jean-Luc Ferrand has become a key figure in the Flea Market. On a surface of 150 m2, he creates high-end atmospheres where he knows how to mix, with talent and modernity, design furniture from the 50s and 60s and some contemporary creations.

 

Always chosen with care, the furniture is of high quality, accompanied by lighting fixtures that know how to bring a particular atmosphere, expressing all the strength and refinement of a French art of living.

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Brutalist-style sideboard in blond ash, opening with two doors on the front, with abstract and geometric decoration, rectangular in shape. Travertine top.

Made in the 20th century.

Dimensions Length x Width x Height
49.6 × 19.29 × 31.49 in
$1000
$10,000
$50,000
$100,000
$500,000
$1M

From: Saint-Ouen 94 300 FR

Prices vary depending on destination and complexity

Shipping arranged by the buyer: Free

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Rectangular sideboard, opening on the front with two push-button doors in striated light-green glass. Antique glass top, imitating marble. Gilded brass frame and base.

Dimensions Length x Width x Height
48.03 × 20.07 × 33.46 in
Year
1970
$1000
$10,000
$50,000
$100,000
$500,000
$1M

From: Saint-Ouen 94 300 FR

Prices vary depending on destination and complexity

Shipping arranged by the buyer: Free

Louis XV style chest of drawers in shells and quartz
Set of six chairs DSX model, attributed to Charles eames, 1960's
Pair of wall lights in Murano glass edited by Mazzega
Leather and metal bench, 1980s
Jean Derval, Ceramic bas-relief sculpture, year 2004
Karate chair by Michel Cadestin (attributed to)
Pair of metal, oak and leather armchairs, 1950's
Pierre Chapo, Elm table model T14A, 1960s
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