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The Broglies’Agenda

In 2024, there will be 4 editions of the Broglies, to coincide with the Olympic Games. In 2025, they will resume their normal rhythm of 6 editions per year.

From May to October 2024, you’ll find 4 themed market-events spread over 4 weekends at the heart of your passions. And to add to your enjoyment, the exhibitors also offer you their permanent collections of antique objects and works of art.

  • May 11 and 12, 2024

    88th edition : The garden flea market

    The new BROGLIES season kicks off with the garden flea market!

    Looking for a wrought-iron or rattan table and chair set? Medici vases or Vallauris ceramic planters? An amusing collection of garden gnomes or a set of antique watering cans? Spring is the perfect time to furnish your terrace or garden… and make the most of the sun’s benefits.

    To prolong the pleasure, discover the theme of the garden in the Arts, in the form of engravings, paintings and antique books.

  • June 15 and 16, 2024

    89th edition : Tableware market

    Do you dream of rich, shiny tables to dazzle your guests? Or services that evoke tradition and memories of a Sunday at your grandparents’ house? These BROGLIES dedicated to “Arts de la table” should inspire you! Obernai, Sarreguemines or Hermès crockery, delicate glassware from Lalique, Daum or Baccarat, Christofle or Ercuis silverware… These prestigious signatures will do honor to your most refined dishes. And your guests will be delighted with your new art of entertaining.

  • September 7 and 8, 2024

    90th edition : earthenware and ceramics from the Grand-Est

    Although kilns abounded in Gallo-Roman times, it was only in the 18th century that the earthenware factories of the “Terres de Lorraine” acquired international renown. In the 19th century, the Sarreguemines and Lunéville factories became powerful industries, employing over 1,000 workers. Longwy specialized in enamels, while in northern Alsace, Betschdorf and Soufflenheim produced the famous Alsatian pottery for culinary use. Enter the world of earthenware with The Broglies exhibitors and let yourself be seduced by their finest pieces.

  • October 5 and 6, 2024

    91st edition : Books, prints and paintings

    Designated by Unesco as “World Book Capital 2024”, Strasbourg is transforming itself this year into a vast cultural space. And this new edition of the Broglies has decided to pay homage to it... Fans of old books and beautiful bindings, enthusiasts of rare or out-of-print editions, hunters for hand-made engravings and illustrations, collectors of old and contemporary paintings… you’re in for a treat! Antiquarian booksellers, specialists in old engravings and antique dealers specializing in period paintings will be delighted to show you their wonders. Tell you all about them and their authors. 

    Alsatian art, painting, marquetry and engravings are, of course, in the spotlight in this edition dedicated to bibliophiles and art lovers.