Example of a Shopping Day
Within 72 hours of the end of a day’s shopping tour, clients have access to a private, password-protected web page that allows them to see all photos of the potential purchases of the day, along with information, prices and dimensions of each piece.* In addition to allowing for reflection, this webpage can be sent to a decorator, family, or friends in order to facilitate sound purchase decisions. An example of such a private webpage can be found below.
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French Design Houses.
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items you can discover at the markets — or click here for more information about the markets themselves.
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Redecorating project of Brian and Pam Goldstein (Miami, USA)
Items considered at the Marché aux Puces of Saint Ouen, Saturday and Sunday the 13th and 14th of November.
Midcentury Mulhauser Armchair
Designed by George Mulhauser, American
€4,800 19th Century Vitrine
Attributed to Linke (1855-1946)
Linke's greatest successes were achieved during the years after 1900 and up to the beginning of World War I. He opened a showroom in the fashionable Place Vendôme and business flourished until World War II, although the popularity of the ancien régime styles had already started to decline. Linke died at the venerable age of 91. A newly released book about the life and work of François Linke has recently been published by Christopher Payne called "François Linke 1855-1946: The Belle Epoque of French Furniture." This 527 page hardcover book is a must for every furniture collector. €36,000 Bar by Aldo Tura
20th Century Bar by Italian designer Aldo Tura
L 30” D 15” H 51.5" €5,800 Exceptional Vodder Sofa
Designed by Danish designer Arne Vodder
€3,800 19th Century French Table
Attributed to Diehl, born 1840 of German origin. Like many "French" cabinetmakers of the eighteenth century, Charles-Guillaume Diehl settled in Paris in 1840 and developed a flourishing trade in cabinet making and high-end goods. €14,000 Butcher's Block
White Butcher's Block -- "billot" in French
€2,500 Rare Guariche Desk
Designed by Pierre Guariche, French
€18,000 Pair of Spanish Armchairs
Pair of Spanish Armchairs
Designed by Danish designer Borge Mogensen €4,900 Vintage Louis Vuitton Trunk
Vintage Louis Vuitton Trunk 2nd view Provencal console
Wood size: 54in x 24in x 40in €2,400
Gourgouillon Plant Stand
Beautiful and rare plant stand, circa 1880-1885
Signed by the French sculptor Henri Gourgouillon (1858-1902) It is probably a special order from a wealthy family because there is no work of the artist on the market for the last 30 years. The French sculptor Henri Gourgouillon was born in January 16, 1858. He died in Clermont-Ferrand March 3, 1902.
When he was 13 years old, he received teaching art in the workshop of the famous sculptor Henry Monbur Clermont. In 1884, He became professor of drawing and modeling at the school of Architecture of Volvic and the school of arts and business in Clermont-Ferrand. He was also member of the French artists and exhibited some plaster, marble and stone piece of art every year at the famous fair "Salon des Artistes Francais". Between 1891 and 1894, He was in charge of the facade of the Opera of Clermont-Ferrand strongly inspired by the Opera Garnier, the architect was Jean Teillard. He did also the statue of Pope Urban II in Clermont-Ferrand (1898), the sculpture of the Spirit of Liberty in Riom, the monument of the War of 1870 and the decoration of the impressive staircase in the court Palace of this city. Width: 29.9" Height: 26.8" Depth: 18.1" €14,800
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