Stand of the antique dealer Olivier d'Ythurbide at the Serpette des Puces market in Saint-Ouen.
The chips of Bambi Sloan
The Paul-Bert and Serpette des Puces markets in Saint-Ouen are Bambi Sloan's favorite hunting grounds. Guest of the Flea Gallery, this decorator full of fantasy delivers us her five favorite spots.
Direction Paul-Bert markets and Serpette des Puces de Saint-Ouen with the decorator Bambi Sloan who presents us his five favorite spots where it is good to hunt.
Sophie Cougoule-Devergne called Miss Papille
"It is the temple of the French and Italian chandelier and one of my favorite stands." Sophie has dozens of models of all ages, crystal or blown glass, she finds in Genoa, Milan or Florence. These are objects that have a crazy presence and are, at the same time, of great delicacy. "more and more", I'm a fan of chandeliers that look like huge earrings and come down cascading like those at the Hotel Saint-James in Paris. "
The good plan? Buy single crystal pendants (1 euros) to hang from candelabra, for example. 110, rue des Rosiers, alley 3, stand 1, 01-40-12-46-65.
Bambi Sloan with fleas of Saint-Ouen
Emmanuel Nguyen Ngoc - Yann Monel
Italian furniture at Sabrina and Alessandro Egidi
"This audacious pair of Roman antique dealers presents pieces from the 18th and 19th centuries and design from the 1950s to the 1960s, with a penchant for furniture and fabrics by Piero Fornasetti, such as this resin table with an effigy. of the Sun King I love the very personal universe of this creator. "
The good plan? Buy coupons of fabrics Fornasetti to frame like tables (from 250 euros). 110, rue des Rosiers, alley 1, stand 24, 06-30-81-20-49.
François Renoult and his charming objects
"Here everything that I like coexists, presented in a nice mess, a little like a cabinet of curiosities: tea or coffee Minton porcelain, realistic paintings and some unexpected furniture like this bed Provencal eighteenth canopy, whose amounts are covered with Indian, a painted or printed fabric. "
The good plan? Buy mismatched porcelain plates from the Compagnie des Indes, late nineteenth (100 euros each) to give a little fancy to a table.
110, rue des Rosiers, alley 2, stand 17, 01-40-11-30-65.
Olivier d'Ythurbide & Associés: a top-flight antique dealer
"Specialist of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, with incursions into the twentieth century, Olivier loves like me push codes and styles.He always has beautiful offices, library showcases and a lot of objects to personality. this mail carrier monkey Napoleon III who denied an interior. "
The good plan? Buy silver metal boxes (from 100 euros) .110, rue des Rosiers, alley 6, stand 25, 01-40-12-82-91.
Stand of the antique dealer Olivier d'Ythurbide, at the Serpette market.
Emmanuel Nguyen Ngoc - Yann Monel
Clara Lardé and vintage couture
"Clara has a crazy taste, her two adjoining shops are full of treasures: the first is dedicated to clothes, from the 1920s to the 1980s, and the second, the jewelry often scratched and handbags in front of which I can not resist. I fell for a little Roberta Camerino evening bag made of velvet from Genoa, as beautiful on the spot as on the back. "
The good plan? Buy earrings or a bracelet in lucite - the ancestor of Plexi - sixties (about 100 euros).
Artémise & Cunégonde, 110, rue des Rosiers, alley 1, stands 28 and 29, 06-82-17-49-28.
* After Odile Decq, Bambi Sloan invests the Flea Gallery at the Serpette market. For the occasion, she has reconstructed a hotel suite "surreal", called "My home is my home", from pieces found on the 350 stands.Up to March 17, 2014.Allée 6, stand 2 .www.paulbert-serpette.com