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JLF Antiquités : New interior design for our shop

Since September 2019, our interior design inside our Biron Market boutique entirely changed, with a contemporary decoration. Discover videos and photos here.

Gaetano Sciolari

Discover the Italian lightings designer Gaetano Sciolari.

The Usine Market – Puces of Paris Saint-Ouen

Discover in this article a unique antique Market in Paris, “L’Usine” where you can find the treasure of your dreams and make very good deals !

Christel Sadde x JLF Antiquités

Christel Sadde x JLF Antiquités Sometimes at JLF Antiquités, we exhibit contemporary artists. If Valérie Courtet exhibits her glazed sandstone animals for years now, Christel Sadde joined us in December 2018 with some primary pieces and the collobation continues in may 2019 for the event created at the occasion of the Spring of les Puces [...]

Lightings, a century of evolution and design

Discover 100 years of creation and lightings design all around the world.

The Japonism

Discover or re-discover this 19th century style that reached many Art specialties.

The story of les Puces de Paris Saint-Ouen

Discover the history of the biggest Antiques Market in the world, still existing today near Paris.

Maison Jansen

Siège Jansen, rue Royale, vers 1970 © Acanthus Press Maison Jansen, founded in 1880 by the Dutch Duke Jean-Henri Jansen, was a French interior design firm which also produced furniture. Still today, this house benefits from a huge reputation thanks to its international elite clients during all the 20th century, which permitted to forge itself [...]

Chintzes : Italians mezzari and French Jouy canvas

A chintz, equivalent of the French word « Indian », is inspired by Indian « palampores » (or palempores) from the Hindi « palang », meaning « bed » and Persian « push » meaning « to cover » ; it’s a large cotton canvas, printed with ornamental motifs, mostly flowered. Palampore Indien (Coromandel), début XVIIIème siècle, MET Museum   Palampores and printed cotton origins   Palampores [...]