Where to Buy French Antique Dishes Online

where to buy french dishes online

A few months ago, I ordered these plates from a seller in France. I bought a set of 6 assorted plates and I use them daily. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner on these plates brighten my day. I remember a few years back, I saw an entire set of French antique dishes at a Brocante in the Marais that I wanted for a great price but there was no way to ship them home. Once I discovered this seller in France, I placed my order. Madame de la Maison followed up with an email of an assortment of 6 and once I approved them, she packed them up to send to me. It took a while for them to arrive, French/US post mixed with COVID delays. But once they arrived and were washed in the dishwasher, I have been using them daily. This is her assortment of antiques. Her inventory sells out quickly so I recommend signing up for her emails and jumping on something if you find an item you like. I had requests from readers on where I found them so I wanted to share in a blog post. I am also including a few Etsy shops that I found with my favorites included if you wanted something a little different.

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Favorite Etsy Finds:

One Day in France 



Just French Vintage 

One Kings Lane

My French BricABrac

Madame de la Maison

This is where I bought my dishes originally and love them! They were beautifully wrapped and arrived in perfect condition from France.


This store is so much fun to browse in person if you have the chance in Chicago. You will feel like you took a trip to Paris. You can always shop online here. They have some fun dishes and they ship.

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  1. This is so cool. What a great way to bring a vintage piece or pieces into your home. On my first trip to Paris my Mom and I went to Les Puces market. I regret not buying anything but we were so overwhelmed by the offerings and unfortunately, also too intimidated to interact with vendors. It was a more of a spectator sport for us at the time 🙂 Since we won’t be returning anytime soon, I think I just may treat myself to something pretty. Never even considered something like this, thank you!

    • Thank you, Kristen! I wish I could bring it all home from Les Puces but I can never pack it or fit it in my suitcase. This is a fun and easy way to bring Paris home. I get so much joy out of using those plates.