Bonjour from a gloriously sunny SW France,
Quite a contrast to yesterday, which was a very cold and dull day.
For us it was an early start and it was a very chilly 4 degrees and it took a lot of motivation to get up early and quickly dress so that we could arrive before the other dealers.
As a result of the coronasvirus and a lot of areas considered rouge, most antique fairs have been cancelled hence we are making the most of our liberty and no doubt we will have plenty of time to sleep in later in the year.
One of my first finds was this fabulous 1930's enamel sign which comes from a house in Lyon. In those days families let out roome to guests and you shared meals, bathrooms etc. It made me smile as it says there is central heating on the 2nd floor, so perhaps the rooms on the 1st floor were used by the owners.
We found quite a few unusual objects yesterday and my plan is to commence adding them to the boutique today and tomorrow.
As merntioned previously we have some additional vintage chocolate molds in stock and they are fabulous.
Love these fish molds, perfect for making lovely home made chocolates to give as gifts.
This Christmas chocolates mold is perfect for making dainty sized chocolates which you could give as gifts or use to decorate your Christmas cupcakes.
There are also a couple of Pere Noel Chocolate molds - a large and smaller mold in the same design.
Just talking about chocolate is making me hungry and I have promised him that I will make him some home masde chocolates soon...
Belle semaine mes belles et a bientot, Leeann x