For two-generations, the owners of Antiquités Alric have been buying and selling vintage goods and antiques. Tracking down old treasures and bringing them once again to life, and to the market place, has definitely become their life’s work. The store already has quite the reputation among antique dealers and collectors in Provence as being a place that is always worth browsing. The owners are constantly out and about seeking new items of value, so you never know what you will find when you pop into the store.
Antiquités Alric is a store that represents a wide range of antiques and collectibles. The owners have a knack for spotting the value hidden in estate sales, flea markets, or individual items, and they bring such professionalism to negotiations. Sellers can rest assured that any offer coming their way will be well thought out and fair. Potential buyers visiting the store are guaranteed high quality and fair pricing, always with the chance of a little negotiating of course!
Some of the favorite things that Antiquités Alric likes to try and stock are cabinets, tables, chests of drawers, paintings, pianos, trinkets, bronzes, Asian objects, mirrors, old books, silverware, molten glassworks, clocks, and of course any and all curios and decorative items. The store welcomes collectors of all kinds of antiques, and will always do their best to assist in the search for something specific to add to a collection.
Walking through Antiquités Alric is like taking a tour around an old mansion belonging to Provençal historic nobility. Each room is arranged in such a way that it is easy to imagine living in it, surrounded by beautiful antiques. The house also has a garden space, which is also utilized for the display of items best suited for the outdoors. It is a real pleasure to walk around this store, and easy to forget you are in fact in a shop!
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