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Steinitz Gallery

17th – 18th c. European furniture, objects, sculpture, and boiserie


Lièvre Edouard

Japanese-Style center table

Exceptional japanese 17th century lacquer chest with its original japanese silver mounts and on its stand exectuted after the famous british architect William Kent (1685-1748) for the Dukes of Devonshire at Chatsworth House.

A very rare pair of mounted "blue and white" chinese porcelain covered vases.

Tilliard Jean-Baptiste I

A pair of armchairs "à la reine"

A pair of commodes from the collections of Dukes of Norfolk at Carlton Towers

Delorme Adrien

A two door cupboard decorated with chinese polychrome lacquer panels and zebra-striped veneer of litght wood

Lièvre Edouard

Japane-Style pedestal table with tray in chinese cloisonné enamels from the Qianlong period (1736-1795) executed by Ferdinand Barbedienne (Saint-Martin-de-Fresnay, 1810-1892).

A pair of semi-circular neoclassical consoles adorned with scagiola tops

MM. Boigues and wires co-founder of Schneider et Cie, a brushed steel oval table and antique green marble top

Pluvinet Philippe Jospeh

A pair of sofas "à la turque"

Deck Theodore

An octogonal "jardinière" decorated with fitghting phoenixes.


Founded in 1968 "La Maison Steinitz" is today recognized as one of the main actor in the antique dealers world.

The presentation and discovery of rare objects of quality has permitted the gallery to establish a privileged relationship with museums and cultural institutions such as the Louvre, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the Jerusalem Museum and the J.P. Getty Museum of Los Angeles.

Dating from the Haute Epoque to the twentieth century, the gallery’s collection does not only include French and European work but also rare pieces from Asia, India, Russia and South America.

Forming a collection that is unique in the world, testifying to an unrivalled mise en scene, the Steinitz gallery establishes a dialogue between antique objects and modern quality pieces, a true signature of the “goût Steinitz.”