Wednesday, 15 December 2010

Wednesday Doorway: joaillier

Today's doorway is a jeweller.

26 comments:

andrew1860 said...

Beautiful!!! wish I was there.

EG Wow said...

I bet the jeweller is very busy this time of year. I like looking into the lit shop in this photo.

Olivier said...

tu as ete porte ta liste pour le pere noel ;o))

Natural Moments said...

That which is bright and shiny may not come from the jewels themselves.

It comes from the Light that reflects upon them.

Happy Holidays my friend :)

Photo Cache said...

very warm and inviting. is this for your window views and doors too?

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Woody said...

I like the metal gate, it's makes an elegant entrance. The revolving door invites you in so you can empty your wallet on something nice.

Randy said...

Nicely decorated. Since you were there I hope you picked up a little something for yourself.

Jacob said...

I have noticed from time to time that jewelry shops often have a fancy entrance. Makes sense, I guess. Nice light in this photo! Looks warm and inviting. I would guess that one has to be buzzed in to the shop, though...right?

BaysideLife said...

A very inviting and nicely decorated doorway. Love the floor and revolving door. I'd definitely be drawn in.

Bob Crowe said...

Christmas gifts, I suppose, for those who do not understand that their are more important uses for their money. Which reminds me: there are TV ads everywhere in the US these days suggesting that you buy your spouse a luxury automobile for Christmas. Does this happen in Europe?

Jack said...

It looks inviting. I think Ms. Ciel has been out shopping . . .

You commented today in German? My, a woman of many talents.

T. Becque said...

It looks very welcoming with the bright light, and decorations against the darkened exterior.

Small City Scenes said...

And the door way is a jewel. Very warm and toasty. Very inviting---to buy a diamond or Topaz. MB

tapirgal said...

Versailles decor looks as upscale as the store. You'll see a difference when I get around to posting Astoria's Christmas decor. Your comment about dangerous made me laugh. I'm sure it is :)

Cergie said...

Tout ce qui brille n'est pas or
:)
Il faut avoir confiance dans son joaillier comme dans son dentiste. Ma fille a mené samedi dernier la bague de fiançaille de ma grand mère, une marguerite avec des petits diamants sertis à l'ancienne, à réviser chez qqn près de chez elle dont la boutique ne paye pas de mine mais qui est capable de refaire marcher les pendules anciennes...

Diane said...

I love the way that it is lit. xxxx

VP said...

I like this one, this is a word that is almost the same in English, French and Italian...

SRQ said...

Nice. I like that you included a portion of the wreath. You're inspiring me to shoot some storefronts!

Cezar and Léia said...

wow chic!
I loved those lights and this doorway is really charming!
bijoux?
bises
Léia

Sharon Van Lieu said...

The warm light makes for an inviting entryway, Ciel. I like the wreath!

Sharon

Kaori said...

Even the door looks expensive! Very class :-)

Becky said...

This is GORGEOUS. I love this.

Loree said...

Lovely and I am sure the shop sells some wonderful items too ;)

bfarr said...

The warm light is very inviting.

Oakland Daily Photo said...

Even without the sign, you can tell that what is behind this elegant doorway is very, very expensive.

Catherine said...

Bling bling !