Benjamin Steinitz gets bigger

Exceptionnel Masque de satyre en bronze ciselé et doré, détail du couronnement d’une cheminée monumentale de style Louis XIV provenant d’un château dans les Yvelines. Ancienne collection du Maharaja d'Indore Yeshwant Rao Holkar II en 1928.
Exceptionnel Masque de satyre en bronze ciselé et doré, détail du couronnement d’une cheminée monumentale de style Louis XIV provenant d’un château dans les Yvelines. Ancienne collection du Maharaja d'Indore Yeshwant Rao Holkar II en 1928.
October 04, 2018
Paul Bert Serpette

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-quality architectural pieces are now featured in this new place to the wide public, testimonials of the quality label and recognized reputation all over the world of this House also installed in the heart of Paris, in a eighteenth century hotel, located at 6 rue Royale, near the Place de la Concorde.
In this spectacular and theatrical setting, with its particular and characteristic atmosphere, large sets, monumental sculptures, exceptional furniture and decorative arts, to the neat eclecticism combining signatures and prestigious provenances, covering a period from the sixteenth to the beginning of the twentieth century, are now available to visitors, lovers and enthusiasts of this atypical, unique and so steeped in history that are Paul Bert Serpette, by far the largest antique market in the world.

Address

Booth 6 alley 5 and booth 5 alley 6 Serpette