In addition to an extensive private clientele, the AVELINE Gallery maintains close relations with numerous French and international museums, which have become our partners over the year.
The Getty Museum displays an astonishing “musical regulator” made in Neuwied, Germany, by Roentgen and Kinsing, as well as a sumptuous cabinet by Beneman, delivered in 1788, intended for the bedroom of Louis XVI at the Château Saint Cloud.
Visitors to the Musée d’Orsay in Paris can admire a chest-on-stand by Lièvre.
The Metropolitan Museum, New York, houses two splendid pieces of furniture: a small steel table produceed in Tula, Russia, and an armoire made in 1854 by the cabinetmaker Charles-Guillaume Diehl on the theme of the Triumph of Meroaveus.
Other illustrious partners are the Museums of Compiegne, the Trianon in Versailles, the Louvre, the Toledo Museum, the Corning Museum of Glass in New York, the Philadephia Museum, and the Museum of the Légion d’Honneur in San Francisco.
You are always welcome to visit our Gallery at 94 rue du Faubourg Saint Honoré. In the meantime, you can discover a selection of our objects on this site.