Antique shops

Seek out treasures from other eras in Paris's secondhand boutiques, antique shops and auction houses

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Oliver Knight


If you're antique shopping in Paris, these second-hand boutiques, antique markets and auction houses are treasure troves of pre-loved Parisian objets. 1950s dresses, art deco lamps and 1970s plastic tables are just some of the great finds to be had...


Antique shops and markets in Paris

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Marché aux Puces de St-Ouen

Covering seven hectares, 3,000 traders and up to 180,000 visitors each weekend, the Marché aux Puces de St-Ouen is generally thought to be the biggest flea market in the world. If this conjures up

  1. Avenue de la Porte de Clignancourt, 18e
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Rose Bunker

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You don’t need a time machine to step back into the past - not when you’ve got Rose Bunker at your doorstep. This retro bric-a-brac shop is jam packed with formica tables, old dial phones,

  1. 10 rue Aristide Bruant, 18e
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Hôtel Drouot

A spiky aluminium-and-marble concoction is the unlikely location for France's second largest art market - though it is now rivalled by Sotheby's and Christie's. Inside, escalators take you up to a

  1. 9 rue Drouot, 9e
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Marché Beauvau (Aligre)

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This market is proudly working class. Stallholders do their utmost to out-shout each other, and price-conscious shoppers don't compromise on quality. Food stalls line the western edge of the market,

  1. Place d'Aligre, 12e
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Les Puces de Montreuil

  • Price band: 1/4

Less famous (and charming) than its older brother up north in ‘t’ St-Ouen, Montreuil’s flea market is where real folk rifle for antiques nowadays; mostly because it’s off the beaten tourist

  1. Porte de Montreuil, 20e
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