A PRESTIGIOUS MARKET. Flagship of the Puces de Paris Saint-Ouen, Paul Bert Serpette is the world’s largest antique market. Spread over 12,000 m², 350 antiques dealers offer, each weekend, the most beautiful pieces of furniture, jewelery, design and vintage clothing from Antiquity to the ‘90s, representing Europe and the New World. With a reputation as avant-garde, quick to spot new trends and forgotten creators, Paul Bert Serpette is a must for all professionals and bargain hunters.
A COVETED PUBLIC. Paul Bert Serpette welcomes 5,000 visitors per weekend. Drawing passionate collectors and connoisseurs from America, Asia, Russia, the Middle East…, professionals from the world of Art and antique-hunters on the lookout for that something special, it is a meeting point for all lovers of the beautiful and the rare. From Uma Thurman to Ines de la Fressange, from Pharrell Williams to Mick Jagger, the greatest stars walk up and down its alleys brimming with history whenever they stop in Paris.
ANTIQUE-HUNTING, AN ART IN ITSELF. Each item has its own history. A surprising find or love at first sight; the art of antique-hunting lies in looking in the right place. It is like knowing how and what to collect, information which the antiques dealers at Paul Bert Serpette will share with you happily. Be curious as you move from one speciality to another. Located in the heart of the Puces de Paris Saint-Ouen, Paul Bert Serpette is surrounded by ten or so markets, which are eclectic locations offering antiques from all periods. Each has its own identity linked to its dealers and its architecture. From the labyrinthine alleys of the Marché Vernaison to the numerous stairs of the Marché Dauphine, discover the diversity of the rue des Rosiers, the world’s largest antiques center.
Friday : 8 am - 12 am
Saturday : 9 am - 6 pm
Sunday : 10 am - 6 pm
Monday : 11 am - 5 pm
Map of Paul Bert Serpette
Parking & valet parking
Metro stations : Porte de Clignancourt (Line 4) and Garibaldi (Line 13)
Bus line : Bus N°85 (works on Sundays)
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