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Find out all the tips about the Puces de Paris Saint-Ouen: Where to eat? Where to get your 18th-century furniture restored? Who to use to transport it? Europe’s largest antiques tour company, the Antiques Diva & Co offers customized, private one-to-one antiques buying tours in Paul Bert Serpette. Specialist guides, who know Paul Bert Serpette like the back of their hand, will custom plan a route based on your tastes and budget, maximizing your time and money. Thanks to good relationships with many vendors, they will be able to translate and negotiate on your behalf. They can also liaise for you with your preferred shipper so you can get your items home. The Antiques Diva & Co is the best way to ensure a great buying experience. The Antiques Diva & Co

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I. Restaurateurs:

A list of the best restorateurs approved by the antique dealers of Paul Bert Serpette !

Cabinetmaker : Gilles ATHE

Upholsterer : Ivan CADIOU

Ceramist ; Fanny MARJORIN

Gilder : Maxime SEIGNEURY

Restorer of luminaires : Antiquités CARPENTIER, Alain DEPROUW

 

II. Where to eat around Paul Bert Serpette:

From the highly popular ma cocotte decorated by Philippe Starck to the historic tables of Paul Bert, via the discreet and intimate Petite Salle à Manger at the heart of Serpette, at Paul Bert Serpette, there is nowhere better to eat!

Ma cocotte

Café Paul Bert

La Petite Salle à Manger

Une Affaire de Famille

 

III.Delivery:

Get your goods delivered by the shippers in rue des Rosiers!

Camard

Edet

Hedleys

 

IV. Paul Bert Serpette Warranty:

 

QUALITY AND AUTHENTICITY GUIDELINES

You fall for a piece you spotted in one of the shops. But what about authenticity? Quality? Origin? Ask the vendor about it and he will give you all the information you need to make an informed decision before you buy it. The antique dealer will provide you with a detailed description of the work and its historical background.

The invoice works as a certificate of authenticity. 

The description of the object on your invoice guarantees its integrity, period and place of origin, materials and composite. It informs you of the restorations if there were any.

Ask for an invoice and keep it, it is the certificate of warranty of your collector’s piece.  

Paul Bert Serpette, home of the rare.