Provenance Antiques

 Louis Philippe-period Draper’s table; French 18th century petit Marriage Coffre; later-19th century oil on canvas; French 17th century angel; 17th century altar stick; 18th century Italian vellum books. Photo courtesy of Provenance Antiques

Louis Philippe-period Draper’s table; French 18th century petit Marriage Coffre; later-19th century oil on canvas; French 17th century angel; 17th century altar stick; 18th century Italian vellum books. Photo courtesy of Provenance Antiques

Whether you are a first timer to Market Hill or a seasoned shopper back for more, Provenance Antiques welcomes you to the 2018 fall show.

“This is our home away from home,” owners Artur Tybuszewski and Yarek Filipczak say of Market Hill.

Provenance Antiques has been established in the South of France since 1997 and in Atlanta since 2001 where they have a 10,000-SF showroom. Their primary focus is Mediterranean-based, cultivating their relationships and resources in France, Italy, Spain and Portugal while procuring the finest antique furniture, accessories, architecturals and decorative arts available.

 17th century tapestry in silk and wool from Flanders. Photo courtesy of Provenance Antiques

17th century tapestry in silk and wool from Flanders. Photo courtesy of Provenance Antiques

“We are so happy to be back at Market Hill to present the fruits of our efforts.” About some of the special pieces they have in store:

“Our wonderful Louis Philippe period Draper’s table from the South of France (circa 1840) features a stunning French 18th-century petit Marriage Coffre in leather with exceptional bronze nailhead detail; a charming later 19th-century oil on canvas from Northern Spain; a magnificent French 17th-century angel – or Putti in carved wood with its original polychrome finish; a very handsome 17th century altar stick from Northern Italy and a terrific set of 18th-century Italian vellum books,” to name a few.   

 French art deco bistro mirror. Photo courtesy of Provenance Antiques

French art deco bistro mirror. Photo courtesy of Provenance Antiques

“We are thrilled to have found this absolutely sensational grand scale French art deco bistro mirror. What a statement.”

“Another wonderful vignette from our Atlanta showroom is an incredible French mid-19th-century jeweler’s work table from the Provence region of France (terrific as a bar table) surrounded by a fabulous pair of bibliotheques and enfilade from the same house; a great pair of French patinated iron horseheads; a stunning pair of mid-18th century hand-carved stone pineapples; finials also from Provence; and a grand scale iron 19th-century butcher’s scale now as a light fixture from Barcelona.”

“An absolutely exquisite and very rare 17th-century tapestry in silk and wool from Flanders. signed BB (Brabant - Belge) and LeClerc entitled “La Marée” – The Tide, 86 1/2" H X 98 1/2" L. Very unusual for its subject matter and coloration. Such magnificent hues of blue and silvery gray. Such an art piece that will be the statement of its new home.”

 French mid-century jeweler’s work table; bibliotheques and enfilade; French patined iron horseheads; mid-18th century hand carved stone pineapples; finials'; 19th century butcher’s scale now as a light fixture. Photo courtesy of Provenance Antiques

French mid-century jeweler’s work table; bibliotheques and enfilade; French patined iron horseheads; mid-18th century hand carved stone pineapples; finials'; 19th century butcher’s scale now as a light fixture. Photo courtesy of Provenance Antiques

“Lastly, another wonderful vignette from our Atlanta showroom featuring a wonderful mid-19th century Spanish banquette in painted wood; a tremendous 15th-century Corpus in carved wood and original polychrome finish; and a very handsome collection of 18th- and 19th-century anvils – perfect man cave cocktail tables.”

Artur and Yarek extend their hospitality to all. “Please come on in for a visit. We are here to serve and will love the opportunity to share our world with you.”