In 2017, chinez throughout the ages at the Salon des Antiquités et du Design at the Cité des Congrès in Nantes!
A selection of antique dealers will give you an appointment in Nantes on Friday 13th, Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th January 2017 from 10am to 7pm for an exceptional Salon.
Discover in Nantes the singular spirit of Paul Bert Serpette, the largest antique market in the world that combines eclecticism and rarity!
The Salon des Antiquités et du Design offers a unique opportunity to explore the best of decorative arts and design. To admire the know-how and the techniques of the cabinetmakers, the mirror makers, the founders, the gilders and the designers who made the history. Renaissance cabinets, 19th century silverware, impressionist paintings and 18th century tapestries, you will surely be seduced by the diversity of the furniture and by its quality. Whether you are curious, amateur or collector, you will be able to acquire an exceptional room full of history.
A selection of exhibitors are waiting for you at the Cité des Congrès, all chosen for their expertise.
An authorized expert will also be present throughout the duration of the Show to certify you the authenticity of your property and guarantee you safe and secure purchases.
Take time to contemplate and admire, a restoration will be proposed on site to ensure you an optimal comfort of visit.
Rendez-vous at the Salon des Antiquités et du Design in Nantes
13, 14 and 15 January 2017
Great Hall of the Cité des congrès
5 rue de Valmy 44 000 Nantes
La Cité, easily accessible
Located in the city center, 5 minutes walk from the TGV station (South exit):
Line 1 Station "Duchesse Anne - Castle of the Dukes of Brittany", at a station of the TGV station (North exit).
NAVETTE AIRPORT / DOWNTOWN
Stop "Cité Internationale des Congrès", departure every 30 minutes.
BIKES BICLOO / CARS MARGUERITE
Self-service: stations at the foot of La Cité.
450 PARKING PLACES on site plus over 2000 parking spaces in the surrounding car parks.
Line 4 "Cité Internationale des Congrès" stop