Stories of objects and antiques in our gallery

The history of art is explored here through the prism of antiques and furniture. Enrich your interior with fascinating stories.

Japanese Netsuke

Among the best known forms of Japanese art, netsuke, small sculptures made of wood, ivory or coral…

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Ivory netsuke representing a rabbit with red lacquer eyes. Japan, 19th century. Edo (1615-1868) or Meiji (1868-1912) period © MET Museum

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A console stamped Jacob Desmalter (1770-1841)

An emblematic piece of the French Empire, this console is signed by the two greatest craftsmen of the time: the cabinetmaker Jacob-Desmalter and the goldsmith Thomire.

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Empire console table stamped Jacob-Desmalter, 19th century.

Animal Bronzes

With the 19th century as the golden age, animal sculpture followed artistic movements and appeared in the 20th century as a laboratory of modernity. From Antoine-Louis Barye to Pompon via Bugatti, here is an overview of the greatest masters of this art.

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Roger Godchaux (1878-1958), Lioness on the lookout, circa 1925-1930. Signed bronze. Stamp of the founder Susse Frères, Paris, Private collection © La Tribune de l’Art

The Pipat House

Since 1900

Founded over a century ago, our House is one of the oldest in Bordeaux. It all started with Ulysses …

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Pipat Antiquités at Bordeaux Au 64 rue Notre-Dame, Bordeaux

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