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Dauphine Market

Foundation & evolution

At the heart of the Paris-Saint-Ouen flea market, the Marché Dauphine is the largest covered flea market, bringing together 150 merchants, over 6000m². In keeping with the times, it has the particularity of mixing antiques, design, contemporary creation, booksellers, record stores, crafts, fashion and pop culture.
In Saint-Ouen, there was a Dauphine passage, traced in fact by the empirical geography of Marché aux Puces. It was on this site that, at the start of the 1990s, a glass-roofed hall was built in the Baltard spirit.
Since its inauguration in 1991, the Dauphine Market has been part of the purest pucière tradition, with specialized merchants, deploying an eclectic and cutting-edge offer to the avant-garde, while developing services and a unique flea exhibition space.
Prestigious, unique, unusual, convivial and lively market, the Dauphine Market is ideally located at the beginning of the rue des Rosiers, the matrix access axis to the Flea markets.
In 2013, Maison Futuro, by Matti Suuronen, emblematic architecture of the 70s, landed in the heart of the Dauphine Market, under its large glass roof; it has been hosting many shootings, shoots, for fashion and music.

Specialties & singularities

The Marché Dauphine has forged a reputation as a specialist market. He is the only one to offer a sort of ultimate curiosity under one roof. Accessible and demanding, it is a place of life and sharing, a playground and learning where Heritage, History of the Arts, Popular Culture, Experimental Practices and Know-How come together.
Classic and modern antiques, plastic design from the Pop years, XNUMXth century furniture and objects, art galleries, jewelry, old tools, vintage fashion, trinkets, industrial furniture, adorned and precious fabrics, comics and illustrations, fine watchmaking, maps postage, furs, tapestry and trimmings, primitive arts, hi-fi and vinyls, old books, small flea market, tableware, musical instruments ... Not to mention the art workshops - birch marquetry, gilding, framing, restoration of paintings and frames and creators ...

Trends & times

The first vintage hi-fi stand was set up in Dauphine, prefiguring the Espace Musique, the first stand for old tools, the first show textiles stand, and the first contemporary art gallery. It is also here that the first Carré des Libraires ever to be leafed through at the Flea Market was formed. Due to its elegant eclecticism and its specialties, the Market is assiduously frequented by many personalities from the entertainment industry, fashion, decoration, and the world of art.
The eclectic and sophisticated offer of the Dauphine Market will delight the most demanding collectors, visitors looking for trendy objects, inspired designers and curious public.

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