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Art Embassy - antique gallery shop in Riga, Latvia
Riga

Wide selection of Latvian, Russian, European artist paintings, illustrations, graphics, 18 - 21st century furniture, porcelain and many other interior items.

Visit our galleries in Riga Ausekla str. 6A, and Krasta str. 68A in interior and design center “mc²”

Website - http://www.artembassy.lv

Address:
1st gallery: Ausekļa iela 6A, Rīga, Latvija
2nd gallery: Krasta iela 68A, Rīga, Latvija

E-Mail: info@artembassy.lv

Telephone: +371 29185957 +371 22310069

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Plašā izvēlē Latvijas, Krievijas, Eiropas mākslinieku gleznas, ilustrācijas, grafikas, 18 - 21. gs. mēbeles, porcelāns un daudzi citi interjera priekšmeti.
Mūsu adreses Rīgā, Ausekļa ielā 6A, un Krasta ielā 68A interjera un dizaina centrā “mc²”

Mājaslapa - http://www.artembassy.lv

Adreses:
Ausekļa iela 6A, Rīga, Latvija
Krasta iela 68A, Rīga, Latvija

e-pasts: info@artembassy.lv

Telefons: +371 29185957 +371 22310069


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Большой выбор картин, иллюстраций, график латышских, русских, европейских художников, 18 - 21 век, а также мебель, фарфор и многие другие предметы интерьера.
Наши адреса в Риге ул. Аусекля 6A и  ул. Краста 68А центр дизайна и интерьера "мс²"

Вебсайт - http://www.artembassy.lv

Адрес:
Baltantik SIA
Ausekļa iela 6A, Rīga, Latvija
Krasta iela 68A, Rīga, Latvija

E-Mail:
info@artembassy.lv

Номер телефона:
+37129185957
+37122310069

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