Vase de Delft jewellery by centdegrés, Paris – France

February 23rd, 2015 by retail design blog

A notice to every treasure hunter: centdegrés designed Vase de Delft’s new store (2 Rue du Marché Saint-Honoré, Paris), an expert in historic jewelry and antiques since 1910. This secret address, highly popular among the political and artistic elites since its conception (Dali, Mick Jagger, Queen Sofía of Spain), wished to introduce its wonders in a new boutique. Historic or contemporary jewels, objects of curiosity, collector watches or signed vintage pieces, all of which will please the most knowledgeable of connoisseurs. The values highlighted by the boutique’s concept are: the history of a family business, the savoir-faire, the expertise, the culture and the love of rare and ancient artefacts.

Our inspiration stemmed from the workshop universe, and we aimed to conjugate the antique dealer’s soul with today’s modernity. Inside, the atmosphere is serene, intimate and elegantly somber. The Art Deco showcases and the furniture are glorified by rare and sophisticated materials, such as shagreen. The architecture illustrates the importance bestowed through its details, by opening the doors of this enchanting universe you will live a spellbinding experience, an invitation to dream.

Photography by Jean-Christophe Torres

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