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An outdoor lantern and several paintings and lithographs are displayed at Anges et Demons at the Foire aux Antiquaires currently underway at Place Saint Sulpice, Paris.
A large metal decorative crown, along with a bronze and gold gilt sceptre and vintage fabric adorn an old wooden bench at Anges et Demons.
A 19th-century map, a weathered stone head, a pedestal, candlestick and old pipes are featured in this tablescape.
A portrait and a hard-to-find Wedgwood pitcher trimmed with pewter.
A Napoleon III secretaire de campagne enhanced by pieces of coral and vintage jewelry and topped by decorative glassware and candlesticks.
If I had a big country house, much of this bright yellow and green French pottery would have come home with me. The wooden dollhouse is a fun decorator's piece, as well as a toy.
This large wooden birdhouse from the turn of the 20th-century would be a welcome addition to any backyard.
Posted by Tara Bradford on 14 June 2007 at 23:38 | Permalink
I saw that yellow and green French pottery. It was all so fabulous and was a real eye catcher.
Di Overton |
18 June 2007 at 21:54
I love all of your photos Tara.
You make me feel like I am there with you shopping at all the wonderful French flea markets and shops.....I love to visit your blog for my fix, as we won't be holidaying in France this year, *sniff*.
16 June 2007 at 11:26
Tara, like Joan, I rushed over to see what a last minute ticket to Paris would be. ouch. I guess buying a ticket ahead of time is the thing. THANK YOU again for feeding my French hunger...the photos are stunning!
16 June 2007 at 01:39
Tara I love it all! Oh my so many treasure for my garden surely!
The lantern the birdhouse oh so much to see! Thank you for sharing!Happy weekend..hugs NG ..Oh I forgot that vintage linen!!
15 June 2007 at 17:41
OH MY!!! I really...really need that green & yellow French pottery!! Love your photographs!...I can almost reach out and touch everything! Great job!!
15 June 2007 at 15:45
The best part about your pictures Tara...is the fact that I feel like It've been there to appreciate the good stuff....yet I still have all my money when I leave! :) thanks!
My Melange |
15 June 2007 at 13:23
15 June 2007 at 12:33
Tara, a few years ago, my husband and i arrived in Paris on this very week and we came upon this antique fair around saint sulpice. when i read your mention of it last week, i actually priced a ticket to paris from san francisco. how silly, but a girl can dream, no... MUST dream! anyway, i am loving the vicarious visit thru your luscious images. thank you soooooo much for posting them!
Joan O'Connor |
15 June 2007 at 07:59
You've inspired me to take some photos tomorrow of something I wouldn't normally photograph. Maybe surprise myself!
15 June 2007 at 04:39
Have I told you how much I love your blog..in every way? Do you know what it means to me to see these enchanting photos of French antiques??? Thank you so much! I love the internet...blogging.. and the gift you give me of ..France!
pam aries |
15 June 2007 at 01:31
Oh I love the dovecote and there is a sweet little bedside table in the background of the photo with the yellow and green crockery. I would love that table in my bedroom and that dovecote would be perfect in my garden too!
I am really loving these sulpice photos. Thankyou.
15 June 2007 at 01:01
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