Bag department

Bag department

Sara Bennani

Head of department

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Jérome Lalande

Expert

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Sara Bennani

Knowledgeable about the world of art and auctions thanks to her experience at Artcurial, Sara Bennani has been working in close collaboration with expert Jérôme Lalande for almost five years.

Jérome Lalande

A member of the Syndicat Français des Experts Professionnels and l'Union Française des Experts, Jérôme Lalande is internationally recognised for his expertise in leather goods. Acting as expert for several auction houses, he has also collaborated with the House of Hermès for twenty years in search of old pieces.

Watch department

Watch department

Clotilde Rafine-Ricard

Head of department

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Romain Réa

Expert

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Clotilde Rafine-Ricard

Clotilde Rafine-Ricard has become a specialist in watchmaking through seven year's experience with Romain Réa's team and is also familiar with the world of auctions.

Romain Réa

The only expert watchmaker recognised by l'Union Française des Experts, and also an expert at the Court of Appeal in Paris, Romain Réa is considered one of the best international experts in watchmaking. He collaborates with the most prestigious watch manufacturers in the world.

Jewellery department

Jewellery department

Constance Lauvinerie

Head of department

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Thierry Stetten

Expert

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Constance Lauvinerie

Passionate about the world of jewellery and having graduated from l'Institut National de Gemmologie as well as HRD Diamonds Grader d'Anvers, Constance Lauvinerie has developed her expertise in antique and designer jewellery in international auction houses and with renowned jewellery houses.

Thierry Stetten

Thierry Stetten is a certified expert at the Court of Appeal in Paris and a consultant in the consultancy SAS Déchaut-Stetten. He is a member of the Syndicat Français des Experts Proffessionnels en Oeuvres d'art et Objets de Collection. Specialising in jewellery and fine jewellery, he collaborates with the most important auction houses.

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