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Q: Furniture sources in France ( Answered 4 out of 5 stars,   1 Comment )
Subject: Furniture sources in France
Category: Business and Money
Asked by: tommer-ga
List Price: $50.00
Posted: 27 Nov 2003 08:43 PST
Expires: 27 Dec 2003 08:43 PST
Question ID: 281158
I am looking for sources of commercial grade furniture in France, for
the purpose of furnishing a renovated château that will be used as a
hotel. We are looking for both antique and contemporary items.

For these purposes "contemporary" means post bauhaus design, including
things manufactured of metal, plastic, etc.

"Antique" here means 19 or early 20th century, but does not include
high-end one-of-a-kind items. What would be ideal would be to find an
antique furnishing broker that liquidated institutional furniture from
old hotels, convents, schools or other institutions that might have a
number of the same pieces.

Information on regularly scheduled flea-markets is not needed.

Sources can be either English or French language.
Subject: Re: Furniture sources in France
Answered By: guillermo-ga on 30 Nov 2003 22:08 PST
Rated:4 out of 5 stars
Dear Tommer-ga,

In first place, I'll give a list of general furniture providers,
manufactured in the present, though some of them old-stylish. It could
be of your interest that many of them are not just furniture providers
but also give a service as consultants for an integral hotel
installation solution.
Search strategy: At Pages Jaunes ( )
(French yellow pages), case-by-case review in the category
"fournitures pour hôtels-restaurant" (equipment for

Secondly, you'll have a list of antique furniture dealers. I did not
come across with any website specifying if they had a complete set of
furniture as a whole -as liquidate from an old institution- but I
believe any of the companies listed below may be likely to have one
occasionally; it's probably a matter of opportunity. Search strategy,
French words "mobilier ancien" (old furniture).

For telephone numbers, please precede dialing with country code 33
corresponding to France.

Modern manufacture furniture providers list:

Le Collectif,
99 r La Fayette 75010 Paris
01 40 16 07 00
fax : 01 40 16 08 00

142, rue de Charonne 75011 Paris
Tél. : 01 43 71 64 64
Fax : 01 43 71 00 63
Contact form:

44, rue de Prony - 92600 - Asnières
Tel : (33) 1 40 86 52 29 
Fax : (33) 1 40 86 51 48

Axell Mob  
Bourg 71440 Saint Vincent en Bresse
tél: 03 85 76 52 72
fax: 03 85 76 52 75

Déco Siège  
161 r Paris 93000 Bobigny
tel: 01 41 71 01 25
fax: .01 41 71 10 37

International Collectivités  
6 r Normandie 92400 Courbevoie
tel: 01 41 88 97 00
fax: 01 41 88 97 01

7 r Foucault 92110 Clichy
tel: 01 47 37 77 86
fax: 01 47 37 77 89

25 r Alsace 77420 Champs sur Marne
tel: 01 60 17 95 27
fax: 01 60 06 75 16

3, chemin Marbrerie
94510 La Queue en Brie
Tel: 01 45 76 36 00
Fax: 01 45 76 50 51

36, Résidence Les Roses
Tél 02 32 55 79 78
Fax 02 32 55 64 85
E-mail :

Antique furniture dealers:

Bordeaw Antiquites

Shopez.Com (online shoping site)
Category mobilier-ancien (old furniture)
Category: mobilier ancien pas cher (cheap old furniture)

Tél. : 02 41 57 79 00 - Port. : 06 85 20 88 43
Fax : 02 41 57 83 26 

Entrepot du troc
905, rue de la République 71000 MACON Tél. 03 85 40 90 11


Dépôt -Vente

Ali Baba

Capitaine Troc
Contact form:

Cash Converters Rennes 
Célia Troc 
Center Cash 
Dépôt vente du grand Lyon 

Dexpo Cash 
Euro Dépôt Vente 
La trocante Marseille 
La Trocante, dépôt vente 
La Trouvaille 
Le Grenier du Var 
Le Trocanteur 

Négocie Plus 
Puces savoyardes 
Troc de l'île 
Troc de l'Ile de Cannes 
Troc de l'Ile 
Troc de Saint- Parres 

Troc land

I hope to have met your expectations. Please feel free to ask for any
clarification you may need. Thanks for your question.



Request for Answer Clarification by tommer-ga on 16 Dec 2003 10:18 PST
Guillermo -

Sorry I am so slow to respond. I have been distracted.

This information is great, and leads to further sources as well.  I am
not sure how I close this question and finish up. But I will figure
that out!



Clarification of Answer by guillermo-ga on 16 Dec 2003 12:01 PST
Hello, Tommer,

I'm glad to have met your expectations. Once answered, you need to do
no further action. Anyway, the question remains open for comments.

Thank you very much for the rating and your words of appretiation ;-)

tommer-ga rated this answer:4 out of 5 stars
This is a very thorough answer, and provided links to further sources.

Subject: Re: Furniture sources in France
From: leader-ga on 30 Nov 2003 07:39 PST
This might be of use:

As well as this:



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