Visit Biron nicknamed "Faubourg Saint Honoré of the Paris flea market", a glamorous Parisian Flea market showcasing high quality design furniture. Experience French luxury shopping mixing with local. Ample parking spaces serve Biron Market as well as Cambo market and Marché des Rosiers.
You can stroll through the alleys of the Biron market and "enter" virtually in the stores, quietly look at the objects, works, furniture, etc.; click on the thumbnail to contact the merchant concerned if necessary. Some have their own website and offer you the objects for sale in real time.
Due to multiple threats of evictions by the town hall, a group of flea market traders who did not wish to leave Saint-Ouen, took over "champ des rosiers". They decided to settle their stalls on the spot of land in the proximity of Vernaison market, thus, setting up the first market – built in a row – of around two hundred stalls spread along two parallel alleys which stretch all along the road; it became the third marketplace called Biron Market at Saint Ouen Flea Market. Biron market is recognized as a distinguished market for top quality antique furniture, gilt wood, glassworks. Celebrities such as political figures (Picasso, Utrillo, André Breton) as well as amateur bargain hunters mingled together and enjoyed their quest for some rare finds. It is the THE upscale hub today.
Today Biron market is nicknamed the "Faubourg Saint Honoré des Puces". Biron market has the reputation of being the key market hub with top-of-the-range merchandise dating from the eighteenth, nineteenth and twentieth centuries attracting well-known customers. Antique furniture, paintings, tapestries, mirrors, fixtures as well as tableware continue to delight the French antiquarian, designers, celebrities and politicians who embark on a quest of antique treasures and unusual objects in Biron Market.
With its 220 shops, Biron market takes you on a journey through time: art objects and fine furniture from the 17th to the 19th century, “art déco” and “art nouveau” furniture, paintings, sculptures, scientific instruments, design, photographs, crockery, ceramics, jewellery and watches…
Check the Biron market website to realize its full potential of the quality of antique objects and furniture exhibited in the market. A catalogue is available online for a preview too.