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Very freshly installed at Paul Bert Serpette, the Hugues Lassaussois booth has no equivalent.  For him, well beyond the simple element of architecture, stained glass is a landscape. Let yourself be amazed by the magic of glass, dazzle by the shimmering colors, captivate by the complexity of the…
At the turn in the path, a sweet baroque music caresses your ear. Welcome to La Maison du Roy, where every weekend, Pascal and Louis Lemoine take you on a journey through the Grand Siècle and more… This week, they share with us their crush for a large Venetian ceremonial armchair from the beginning…
Impossible Gallery, three complementary personalities linked by the love of objects, offers each weekend a real journey through eras and styles. This week, Diane Chatelet, Jeff Régis and Gerald take you to Venice to discover an exceptional pair of torchiere holder... “We are currently presenting…
If the poetry of René Lalique's work were told to you, then it could only be told by Stephen Wijnants. Decors borrowed from flora and fauna, subtle or shimmering colors, Lalique's pieces can take place in multiple decors, from the most classic to the most contemporary. This week, let yourself be…
Passers of objects always found with the heart, at the Galerie Gram, David and his partner François offer a universe reflecting a well-established personality. Big names in design rub shoulders with unusual finds in inspiring scenographies where risk-taking rhymes with evidence.  What is your…
Naturally amused and curious, Hugo Greiner presents us this week a piece that will not leave anyone indifferent: a large stainless steel panel signed Willy Ceysens.   “This panel is a unique piece commissioned in the 1970s from the creative artist Willy Ceysens for a building in a region near…
Recognized as a specialist of 19th century ceramics and carrying the colors of the winter garden, the Galerie Vauclair offers us another facet this week. The spirit of vintage from the 70s is currently floating on Laurence Vauclair's booth, who today presents us an exceptional set of lamps made by…
Gallery owner specialized in contemporary art for many years, Jean Brolly has made Paul Bert Serpette his new home port. Defender of renowned artists such as Bernard Aubertin, Alan Charlton or Michel Verjux, Jean Brolly is above all a passionate collector who likes to accumulate the works of…
Inspired by the romantic theme of this week, Samuel Collin and Catherine Assenedellec (Les Couloirs du temps) tell us the story of the bottles of passion and the Exs Votos, real objects of life ...   “The bottles of the Passion, small calvaries in bottles, and often ex-votos, are made with all the…
Poetry of light and shadow, Gino Sarfatti's “lighting devices” are the reflection of an enlightened genius This week Christophe Dupouy presents the model 594, from 1960, published by Arteluce Gino Sarfatti, the lighting of intimacy When Gino Sarfatti was asked to explain his work, he defined…
With a 70's atmosphere where iconic pieces and beautiful materials come together, Franck Cechman's booth plunges you into the heart of these festive and, to say the least, exceptional years, so great is the quality of the pieces. This week, he presents us a table by Massimo Papiri, representing …
This week, the Pradier-Jeauneau gallery invites you to sit down in one of the most international armchairs by designer Pierre Guariche. The Fabiola ensemble, named after the Queen of the Belgians in 1960, reinvents the "club" armchair ... after Le Corbusier's measurements!   The Fabiola salon by…
This week, ceramic or not to be. Specialized in 20th century ceramic art, Nathalie Dupuis presents us a table-sculpture lamp by Juliette Derel and gives us some secrets ... Juliette Derel (1918 - 2007) Juliette Derel was born in Gisors in Normandy. In 1937 she entered the School of Fine Arts in…
This week, Vanessa Rau, a specialist in Japan, takes us on a journey to this mysterious archipelago and presents a Kyobon Hadai Buddhist sculpture from a Japanese Buddhist temple in the Edo period.   Statuary Arrived in Japan in the 6th century, Buddhism is accompanied by a panel of sculptures…
At the crossroads of worlds, Paul Bert Serpette sees antiques of multiple styles and eras parade, sometimes including real collector's items. Materials, lines, artists, designers blow their intentions in our alleys and our antique dealers take on the role of smuggler. Smugglers of objects,…
With all the ardor offered by his young age, Nans Bouchet strives to find avant-garde and daring collector's items. This week he presents the Amazonia vase by Gaetano Pesce made by Fish Design in Italy in 1994.   Gaetano Pesce, an innovative designer and protestor Architect, environmental designer…
Lors de votre passage à Paul Bert Serpette, découvrez au détour de l’allée 1, arts de la table et objets de curiosités sur le stand de Marc Gaboriaud. Cette semaine, l’antiquaire nous présente une suite de plats des années 1960-1970 créés par l’orfèvre et joaillier Ilias Lalaounis provenant du…
In Patrick Serouge's booth, time freezes and slips through your fingers... Between world maps, archiectural plans, Japanese and zoological prints, botanical etchings flourishes the walls. This week, Patrick Serouge is highlighting an extremely rare original etching from the Besler Herbarium. This…
A veritable little theater of the classic object where 17th century putti like to be reflected in large gilded wooden mirrors, Alain Lagrange's booth is full of fascinating pieces arousing curiosity. This week, Alain Lagrange highlights this rare pair of Napoleon III lanterns. I present to you a…
Classicism, Orientalism, Surrealism… Xavier Chollet navigates between universes and brings the 18th and 19th centuries up to date, sometimes accompanying it with more modern pieces. This week, discover a “Carnival in Venice” screen signed Daniel Louradour.   "I present to you this screen signed…
A true aficionado of the 1950s modernism, Alban Ferrari has made the work of Pierre Paulin a real hobbyhorse and speaks to us about these achievements with such fervor that neophytes would almost become specialists. This week, discover the CM194 through the eyes of 'Alban ...   "Pierre Paulin (1927…
At the origin of Collection's, two brothers: Romain and Henri Hayat. Specialized in bronze and sculpture, this passionate sibling also opens up to the prism of other universes, in the name of the decorative dimension and the creative richness of a piece. This week, they present us a woolen rug by…
Lovers of beautiful materials and refined lines, Yvan Royer presents today one of his favorites and no less icon of design: “I am currently presenting on my booth, this magnificent table in American walnut, from Knoll International, designed by Florence Knoll. It measures 244 x 137 cm, it is the…
Specializing in the 18th and 19th centuries, with a particular attraction for the famous Parisian luxury houses, Laurent Vanlian's booth is a veritable small museum and an invitation to discovery. Seasoned collectors will find the item they are missing there, curious people will come out having…
Strewn with treasures, Chantal Dagommer's stand plunges us into the heart of the fashion trends of the 18th, 19th and early 20th centuries ... Among the laces, Haute Couture pieces and men's vests in silk, throne a Directoire dress, veil of daring and romanticism.   “Today I present to you a dress…