Specialising in the rare and unique in decorative arts and antique jewelry
French Vernis Martin Lacquer Bonbonnière or Sweetmeats Box, c. 1775
Japanese Lacquer Kobako, or Incense Box, Edo period, 18th c.?
Antique French Gold, Sapphire and Diamond Bracelet, c. 1890-1910
Rhapsody in Two: Romantic Bracelet, c.1830-1840
About Métier Paris
Our Service PledgeAll items are guaranteed to be as described, and will be packaged to ensure as best as possible that your item is received in the condition in which it was sold.
Refunds will be given if you are in any way dissatisfied with your purchase based on the following conditions:
1. The item is returned in the same condition in which it was sold (undamaged) by the same shipping method;
2. No refund will be given until the item has been returned;
3. If an item is lost in the mail no refund will be given until the loss has been proven and declared by the chosen carrier.
4. Shipping fees (both to and from you) and Paypal fees are non-refundable.
About UsMétier Paris began in 2006 as Rue de l'Etoile Antiques. We have changed our name to reflect the best of the French word "métier", or one's specialised craft, in items dating from the 17th through the early 20th centuries. After nearly seven years in business with a world-wide clientele, we will continue to focus on antique jewelry and small objets d'art. Our selection is purposely small as we seek out rare, unique and highly sought after items of the best quality. We represent all items accurately, have a money-back guarantee for risk-free buying. See our sales terms for questions about payment plans, guarantees, shipping and returns. We welcome all comments and questions, and thank you for your interest.