ROUILLAC is an auction house founded in 1989 by Philippe Rouillac. Thanks to the "French Garden Party" sales held every year at the castle of Cheverny, ROUILLAC auction house has become one of the most important players in the art market in the provinces of France.
ROUILLAC has sold very unusual objects such as a section of the stairs of the Eiffel Tower (1989), a statue of Lenin from St. Petersburg (1992), the scarf worn by Louis XVI on the day of his execution (2003) or carriages from the Orient Express (2010).
Privacy, convenience and reliability are key to this auction house. They offer free expert valuations and advice in Tours, Vendome and Paris or at home by appointment.