New arrivals in our boutique



Bonjour from a sunny SW France,

I have a busy day ahead of me as I have a lot of  new items to photograph. Here are some items that have arrived in the last few days....

First off is this lovely 1910s religious souvenir painted by the nuns at Sainte Anne d'Auray which is the third most visited pilgrimage site after Lourdes and Lisieux. It is hand painted and rare so perfect if you are looking for a unique gift or as an addition to your collection.



Next up are some more vintage burlap sacks from Alsace, we have two of these in stock at present.



Another new addition to our shop is this vintage Tattinger champagne/ice bucket. Great for serving champagne,  displaying flowers or storing kitchen utensils.



Becoming rarer by the day and always popular, is this stunning vintage bakelite necklace.


For lovers of toile de jouy, we have a set of 6 vintage, never used toile de jouy napkins which I think are too good to use as napkins and would make lovely cushion covers.


We have another couple of Antique French Father Christmas Chocolate molds which make fabulous and unique festive decorations and you can use them as soap molds to make festive soaps.



Last but by no means least, is this fabulous pair of vintage tasseled curtain tie backs. The would look lovely in a bedroom or lounge.



That is all from me, stay safe ♥ and see you tomorrow,
Leeann x

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