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Shop update...



Bonjour mes belles,

I cannot believe that it is the last day of September but I am looking forward to the next three months are they are my favourite months of the year.

My plan for today is to update the shop with a few treasures, some of which are shown below.....

First up is this fabulous pair of vintage silhouette prints which are adorable and would look great in just about any room of the house. You will find details here.

Next up is this pair of candle holders which feature a very intricate grape design and would look great with chunky style candles resting in them.




Another new addition is this pair of vintage candelabras which are heavy in weight and very decorative......


Speaking of decorative, this vintage French Charlotte Gateau tin would look adorable hanging on a kitchen wall......



This set of numbered hooks lends itself to a number of users, you could use them to hang coats, tea towels, hats or even as room numbers......



There are also some antique napkins, which I have yet to photograph......

Je vous souhaite une bonne journée de ce lundi et une bonne semaine, Leeann x

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  1. October, November and December are my favorite months of the year too! I just love everything that happens in those 3 months! Also, I love that gateau tin!

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  2. Me too!!!
    I can't believe that summer is ended ...
    I love your silhouette prints, amazing.
    Have a great fall starting.
    Bisou, Babi

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  3. Yessss ...
    I have the silhouette prints.
    Bisou, Babi

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