Montparnasse Antikvitas

Montparnasse Antikvitas

Montparnasse a French-Hungarian Art Deco shop run by the charming Beáta Szabó in Budapest, Hungary. Her pieces are streamlined and clean, and her prices are fair. Every furniture piece is restored to its original, pristine condition by their professional craftsmen. The vintage Murano lamps are surpassingly beautiful.

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