Belgian antiques dealer Simon de Harlez took over his parents’ business in 2010 to specialise in what he loves: Scandinavian antique furniture. All year around he is hunting for antiques in Belgium and all over Europe. Earlier this week Simon announced the launch of his brand new webpage Deulin Antiques.

His antiques business is based in the Château de Deulin, the family castle where he grew up and where his father Stéphane de Harlez still lives.

Château de Deulin, the home of the family de Harlez, was built in 1758 by Guillaume Joseph de Harlez, and completed and decorated by his son Simon-Joseph de Harlez in 1770. Today the Château is inhabited by Stéphane de Harlez de Deulin, (who ran an antiques business for many years) and his children. To read more of this Belgian architectural heritage listed castle, please visit the webpage at ESPACE DEULIN.BE.

Deulin Antiques is housed in one of the many castle’s spaces and is offering a wide choice of furniture and decorative pieces sourced mostly in Sweden, or found in Belgium, France and Italy, that are stored in a warehouse with over 800 m2.

Deulin Antiques showroom

I recently found this gorgeous 18th c. Swedish rococo commode at Deulin Antiques, that now has found its new home at one of our customers.

Rococo period commode with original hardware, repainted. Sweden c 1760

Original hardware


Let’s take a closer look at some of the gorgeous antique pieces Simon de Harlez is actually offering on his webpage.

Rococo period secretary cabinet with original hardware, repainted. Sweden c 1750

Carved detail

Original hardware

Rococo period commode with original hardware, repainted. Sweden, c 1760

Original hardware

Rococo period table with original paint. Sweden, c 1760

Beautiful original patina

Rococo sofa, repainted. Sweden, 19th Century

Detailed carving

Stretcher Table. Sweden c 1850

One of a pair Gustavian period pedestals with original paint. Sweden c 1780

Rain deer sled. Sweden, 19th Century

Wooden trunk, dated 1851, original paint. Sweden

Small blue wooden box, original paint, dated 1837. Sweden

Original paint


Simon de Harlez is inviting all antiques lovers, merchants or decorators, next weekend March 7 & 8, to the Château de Deulin, to discover his latest acquisitions.

Open Doors at Deulin Antiques – Saturday 7 & Sunday 8 March

Deulin is located within 1 hour drive of Brussels and within about 3 hours drive of Paris.


To see more of the antique pieces Simon de Harlez is offering, please visit his webpage at WWW.DEULINANTIQUES.COM

or follow Deulin Antiques on Instagram.





All pictures posted with permission of Simon de Harlez.