Bonjour! Welcome to French Metro Antiques, direct importers of fine French antique furniture and accessories. We invite you to share our passion for aesthetics, language, history and the French culture.
Located on Dickson Street in downtown Fayetteville, Arkansas, French Metro Antiques is a mecca for those who have an appreciation for beauty, quality, and authenticity. We travel to France two times a year to personally select each accessory and piece of furniture that arrives at our door.
Empire period mantle clock with bronze pendulum, c. 1810. In working order. Includes key. 19.5" H X 10.5" W X 5.75" D
This set of vintage Louis Vuitton black epi leather luggage features three suitcases and one cosmetic case. Detailed with brass studs and corners, each suitcase includes its original pair of...
Crystal and bronze ceiling light, c. 1920. 10.5" H X 12.5" Diameter
Mid-twentieth century Italian brass boot with spur and buckle originally used as an umbrella stand. 22" H X 7.5" W X 15.5" D
Nineteenth century hand carved angel mounted on iron stand. 19" H X 10" W X 13" D 9.75" W X 6" D Base
Pair of hand carved walnut Louis XIII style armchairs with barley twist legs, arms, and stretchers, c. 1880. A female figure is hand carved into each arm. Upholstered in leather...
When it comes to fine “meubles de luxe” or luxury furniture, there are few cabinet makers that truly stand out. However, a number of exceptional “Ebenistes” in the nineteenth century stand above the rest for their remarkable skill and versatility in styles, none more than Paul Sormani! Born in Venice in 1817, Sormani would eventually move to Paris in 1847 and become the preeminent Napoleon III period cabinet maker. He was noted for his specialized furniture reproductions in the styles of the Louis XIV, Louis the XV, and Louis XVI eras of the previous centuries, appealing to eighteenth century nostalgics. Detail on a Paul Sormani Vitrine Sormani won numerous medals and exhibited in Paris six times and once in London....