These videos capture the spirit of the ”Aux-Rois-Louis” Gallery, so you can see how these period pieces and this exquisite pottery from the past will add that touch of charm to your home.

At “Aux-Rois-Louis” you will find a prodigious choice of antiques and popular art objects:

Trunk, travel trunk, wedding trunk, wardrobe, storage chest, linen cupboard, four-door wedding wardrobe, chest of drawers, “sauteuse” commode, curved chest of drawers, “tombeau” commode, “arbalette” commode, “bordelaise” commode, sideboard, buffet and hutch, dresser, hunters’ buffet, double-bodied buffet, sideboard with tabernacle, “cantou” (chest/seat), breadbox, “archebanc”, dish rack,credenza, cylinder desk, sloping desk, flat-top bureau, writing desk, writing table, farmhouse table, side table, occasional table, game table, bonnetière cupboard, cabinet, cabinet (narrowed upper part), gilded wood mirror, Louis XV mirror, Regency mirror, candelabrum, candlestick, candle spike, food-cupboard,” mangeadou”, glazed pottery, oil jug, carafe, water jug, confit pots, ham holder, “Mélard” jar, “Pégau” rounded jug, finial, ” La Borne” jug, anthropomorphic jug, zoomorphic jug, “pône” (terracotta tub), laundry tub, “bugadère” (washing device), “dourne” (pitcher), bronze cooking pot, “coquemar” (kettle), cast iron mortar, single-piece kneading trough.

Where our antiques come from:

  • Aquitaine: Périgord, the Bordeaux region, Béarn, Corrèze, Charente
  • Midi-Pyrénées: Aveyron, Pyrenees, Quercy
  • Auvergne: Cantal, Puy de Dôme, Allier
  • Rhône-Alpes: Provence, the Alps, the Lyon region
  • Normandy: Pays de Caux
  • Burgundy
  • Alsace
  • Brittany