Antique and art dealer in Beaulieu sur Mer – France

A passion for heritage

The story began in Paris in 1930

The story began in Paris in 1930. Two young brothers, Pierre and Georges Androt who shared a passion for antiques and beautiful objects, decided to dedicate their lives to searching for treasures from centuries gone by.

Show room

Our show room at 31 Boulevard Maréchal Leclerc in Beaulieu sur Mer is open Monday to Saturday from 10.00 a.m. to 12:30 pm then 2.00 to 7.00 p.m. Viewings on Sundays by appointment only.

"Vénus et les amours" clock

Guibet, watchmaker installed rue Coquillère in Paris from 1803 to 1830.
A mantle clock in engraved gilt bronze, and brown/green patinated bronze representing "Venus awakened by cupids".

News

  • A new website, to accompany new expectations
  • Keeping an eye on art: Viatcheslav Plotnikov and Gala Conte
  • A new website, to accompany new expectations

    Today’s view of “antiquities” is no longer just that of a collector who is anxious to possess and preserve a part of a precious past, we prefer that this past be alive, and no longer fixed. Furniture and antiques are intended to be part of our present, to be part of our everyday world, in resonance with the art and creation of today.

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  • Keeping an eye on art: Viatcheslav Plotnikov and Gala Conte

    For Sébastien Androt, being an antique dealer is certainly about being an art lover, but art doesn’t only belong to the past. It’s constantly evolving in front of our eyes. Keeping an eye on art is about questioning the present as well as exploring centuries gone by. Like a lighthouse beam, our vision travels through the ages with admiration and gratitude as we discover works that artists and artisans of yesteryear bequeathed to us. It then turns to modern times, to carefully scrutinize contemporary design.

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