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week-end tresors...

Here are some of our finds from the week-end......

Fabulous vintage religious print, very decorative.....


Antique Metis linen sheet with extra large monogramme.....**Sold**

Set of 6 gorgeous antique damask table napkins.......


Another set of 6 antique table napkins **Sold** with lots of fabulous detail which includes lots of flowers, fleur de lys in each corner and scrolls along the border......and gorgeous monogramme.

Also new in are these fabulous Napoleon III gravures.......
I adore the detail on the faces, each is so perfect.....

A pair of antique lamp shades.......

And also being added to the online shop today is this fabulous vintage lamp **Sold** complete with demi abat jour......my favourite style of lamp shade.

And it is on that note, I leave you.....

A demain mes amies, Leeann x

Comments

  1. Great finds her! You just can't get any better than antique monogrammed linens. Perfection.
    Teresa
    xoxo

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  2. Beautiful discoveries! I love all.. especially the lampshades.

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  3. Lovely as usual! Love those monogrammed napkins, and the lampshades are a dream!

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  4. Wow, it's amazing how they preserved these items! Cloths easily age, so it's good that these napkins came in good condition over the years. And those lamps look great too! Especially the last one. It's made of capiz, isn't it?

    Lorita @Manchester Coin & Jewelry

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