Palais Pallavicini

Josefsplatz 5, 1st district Vienna

We are locat­ed in one of Vien­na’s his­toric city palaces, the Palais Pallavici­ni, for­mer­ly Palais Fries, at Josef­s­platz, oppo­site the ensem­ble of the Vien­na Hof­burg, Nation­al Library, Span­ish Rid­ing School and Augus­tin­ian Church.

About

Hans Miedler Fine Art

Hans Miedler has been dealing with art, fine antiques, and design objects worldwide for more than 30 years. He is passionate about finding excep­tion­al and unusu­al objects of high-quality craftsmanship and interesting provenance and restoring them in-house and with a selected group of work­shops using tra­di­tion­al methods, which has today become rare. Hans Miedler Fine Art's clien­tele includes muse­ums, patrons, col­lec­tors, art enthu­si­asts, archi­tects, and inte­ri­or design­ers, as well as pri­vate customers all over the world.

Objects Online

Fine Antiques & Design

Enjoy a selection of objects available online. Our showrooms in Vienna at Palais Pallavicini are home to a broad range of fine antiques starting with the late 17th cen­tu­ry through to the 18th and 19th cen­turies, and design objects of the 20th and 21st centuries. The qual­i­ty and unique­ness, as well as his­to­ry and prove­nance of the objects, is of utmost importance for us. We restore and revive with love and care in our inhouse-workshops using traditional methods.

Our Services

How we can serve you

We’re restor­ing and reviv­ing all our art objects and antiques with the utmost care and respect for tra­di­tion­al crafts­man­ship techniques. Over many years we've developed an extensive network of excellent restoration workshops. That enables us today to offer a wide range of restoration services for different genres. We also advise on Interior Design and are reliable partners for international shipping.

Highlight Of The Month * A Magnificent Gilt Bronze Chandelier

England, last 3rd of the 19th Century

Freshly restored from our workshops! An exceptional gilt bronze and 24-light chandelier with stunningly elaborated English cut and moulded glass decoration. The scrolling, Acanthus leaves, and Rocaille embellished arms are arranged on two levels and terminate in blossom shaped glass drip pans and gilt nozzles.