M.S. Rau Antiques in New Orleans, LA
S. Rau Antiques in New Orleans. The philosophy of the company has always been to create lasting relationships with clients by connecting with artists and dealers all over the world to acquire authentic antiques and paintings at the customer's request.
Walking through the 25,000 square-foot facilities will leave any antique shopper in awe as the walls are lined with immaculate antiques and stunning original works of art. The staff works diligently to strengthen their relationships with other dealers and curators across the globe so that customers are nearly guaranteed to find what they are searching for. So, if you are missing a unique piece that will complete a collection or you are looking to start something new, make sure to plan a trip to see the talented staff at M.S. Rau Antiques on Royal Street in New Orleans.
The shop was initially opened as a quaint New Orleans antique store in 1912 by Max Rau. Since then, the shop has grown exponentially through the years to provide excellent service for many art and antique-enthusiasts on an international level. Every acquisition is personally chosen and vetted by Bill to ensure the utmost authenticity and quality.
Not only does M.S. Rau Antiques carry impressive antique items by Tiffany & Co., Fabrege, and Paul Revere to name a few, but clients can also acquire beautiful jewels consisting of colored diamonds, Kashmir sapphires, and Burma rubies as well as famous paintings by Rockwell, Monet and Brueghel. Even if you do not plan on starting or expanding a collection, make sure to stop into this impressive 25,000 square-foot antique showroom while you're in New Orleans! Find other things to do in the area as well!
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