Anthony Vergne moved to Paul Bert Serpette one year ago. He collects objects for more than 20 years, naturaly he was brought to resell objects to satisfy his need of collection. Since the opening of his gallery, Maison Verrsen, Anthony told us he felt the urge to present something new. He realized his project through this exhibition presented until February, combining his two passions, the…
Emblematic figures of the Antiques Market in Saint-Ouen since the beginning of the 60's where
found its warehouses and restoration workshops now resettled in Paris, Maison Steinitz has been coming back since 2013. A first time with Mademoiselle Steinitz, and today with this new space of choice radiating to the heart
even the famous Marché Serpette.
Spectacular and museum-…
For this 2018 edition of Puces Paris Party night opening, Paul Bert Serpette had donned the most beautiful colors of Asia. Nearly 10,000 people came to enjoy this enchanted parenthesis.
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Vauclair Gallery invites you to discover Asia as it was fantasized in the 19th century by lovers of chinoiserie and Japanese, through the prism of its collection of ceramics and exotic furniture.
A selection of Japanese antiques chosen for their artistic, historical and cultural value will be presented on the stand.
Sylvie Corbelin invites you to discover unique pieces of jewelry or very limited editions. His favorite themes are nature, the strange, the dream. She is a full-fledged artist whose fascinating universe is present throughout her creations.
Exhibition of new ceramic works by Simon Holper, passionate artist of Japan whose influence is greatly felt in his work. The encounter between two materials, porcelain and copper, gives rise to works that could be described as "iki", this Japanese aesthetic characterized by a natural sophistication.
Dany Art Design - Frédéric Vaysse - presents a collection of pieces from the J. Lanvin, Jean Arriau, Frédéric Dad and A.Da Silva collections All the pieces are edited to 8 copies, signed by the artists and made in France. The materials used are brass, precious stones and bronze.