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Gabrielle Laroche

 12 rue de Beaune Paris 75007 also at 25 rue de Lille Paris 75007 Métro: Rue du Bac

Paintings, sculpture and woodcuts from the Middle Ages, Renaissance and 17th century.

Galerie J. Kugel

 25 quai Anatole France Paris 75007 Métro: Assemblée Nationale

Museum-quality medieval to 19th-century antiques of all kinds, from furniture and sculpture to jewelry and scientific instruments, displayed in a spectacular 19th-century Left Bank mansion run by fifth-generation dealers Nicolas and Alexis Kugel.


 38 rue Tiquetonne Paris 75002

A kiddie concept store carrying furniture, mobiles and teddy bears.
RATP / Régie Autonome des Transports Parisiens

RATP / Régie Autonome des Transports Parisiens

 Métro station Chatelet-Les-Halles (in the RER transfer hall, 1st)

The boutique of the RATP, which runs the Paris Métro and bus lines, with moderately-priced, really fun gifts and souvenirs including tableware, toys, Métro-ticket bath towels and umbrellas printed with the Métro map.

La Chambre aux Confitures

 9 rue des Martyrs Paris 75009 Métro: Notre Dame de Lorette, Saint Georges

Following a lifelong passion, Lise Bienaimé devotes herself full-time to creating an amazing of seasonal preserves: “winter citrus” includes four types of orange marmalade, with a delectable variation lightly perfumed with fleur d’oranger. Summer fruit flavors include raspberry and rose, red or black cherry, gariguette strawberry, hazelnut and melon and five kinds of apricot. The fruit content is very high, with only enough sugar to preserve freshness. And everything in the store can be sampled.


 9 rue Royale Paris 75008

The renowned luxury silversmith, founded in 1830, offers a full range of tableware, decorative objects and jewelry, including collections by top designers including Gio Ponti, Martin Szekely, Ora Ito and Mathieu Lehanneur.

Galerie Italienne

 75 rue de la Fontaine au Roi Paris 75011 Métro: Goncourt. A smaller gallery is at: 46 rue de Seine Paris 75006 Métro: Odéon.

A contemporary gallery that exhibits and produces limited-edition furniture, lighting fixtures, and decorative objects and housewares by mostly Italian designers, including Mattia Bonetti, Carlo Molino, Gaetano Pesce and Ettore Sottsass.

107Rivoli – Les Arts Décoratifs

 107 rue de Rivoli Paris 1st Métro: Palais Royal - Musée du Louvre

Books, jewelry, fashion accessories, toys, tableware and art objects selected for their craftsmanship and relevance to contemporary design and decoration. One of the city's top museum shops, it also includes an excellent selection of books on art and design.

Le Bon Marché

 24 rue de Sèvres Paris 75007

Founded in 1852, it’s the oldest of the major department stores, and the only one on the Left Bank, now owned by luxury goods group LVMH and catering to an upmarket crowd, with cutting-edge designer labels and custom-made suits for men.

Galerie Martin-Caille Matignon

 75 rue du Faubourg Saint Honoré Métro: Miromesnil

Just across the street from the Hôtel Bristol, American-born gallery owner Janet Greenberg specializes in the work of French 20th-century Impressionist Max-Agostini (1914–1997)—light-dappled, color-infused paintings of parks, gardens, still lifes and landscapes. The gallery also shows works by Provençal artist Pierre Cornu (1895–1996) and German artist Franz Priking (1929–1979).


 348 rue Saint Honoré Paris 1st Métro: Tuileries

Luxury behemoth LVMH acquired the venerable luggage company Moynat last year with the intention of revamping the once-iconic travel trunk-maker founded in 1849. The new designer has incorporated some of the original flourishes, from the subtle curves of the women’s handbags to elegant brass T-locks on men’s briefcases and false bottoms for hiding sensitive documents. Prices are commensurate with the high quality: totes start at about $900, custom luggage can easily exceed $20,000.

Vallois Sculptures

 35 et 41 rue de Seine, Paris 75006

An annex of the Vallois Art Deco gallery in the same street, this smaller gallery handles contemporary sculpture by such artists as Yuri Kuper, Patrick O'Reilly, Corinne Sanmarcelli and Boris Zabarov.
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