Saturday, 4 February 2012

Chez un antiquaire à Saint-Louis

Inside an antiques shop in Saint-Louis neighbourhood. This is VDP's reply to Grace's photo yesterday on Perth Daily Photo!

C'est la réplique de VDP à la photo postée par Grace hier sur Perth Daily Photo !

24 comments:

Jack said...

Battling antique stores! I like Grace's post yesterday and yours today. I don't have any recent photos from antique stores, so I can't join the fray.

Robert Geiss said...

Eine Oase.

Das Wochenende gut dir.

Kaori said...

Love the view from inside a shop! The couches look fabulous :D

Dianne said...

Oh la la! Very classy Ciel .... I love the pretty chair in that gorgeous tangerine colour.

Bob Crowe said...

It is so small. I suppose the building itself may be an antique.

Randy said...

Did you find any treasures?

黄清华 Wong Ching Wah said...

The lamp is like a tripod !

Oakland Daily Photo said...

Les antiquaires intimidate me. I love looking in the windows but rarely enter the shop. Brocantes are more my thing. Are there any in Versailles?

Thirtytwo degrees said...

Interesting that the lamp is lit! The shades are quite lovely also. I wonder about you standing there to photograph all this...the shopowners should give you a special discount...

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

A lovely serene image complimented by the music which accompanies your blog. Thank you.

ALAIN said...

Ce qu'il propose n'est pas vraiment antique.

cieldequimper said...

@ Randy: I didn't, but my Mum did!

Malyss said...

là, on est chez un antiquaire, Grace etait plutot dans une brocante, ce me semble..Pas les mêmes rillettes! :o)

cieldequimper said...

@ Malyss : me parle pas de rillettes, ça me donne envie d'en manger...

Cezar and Léia said...

Just yesterday there was a TV program about antique shops, showing that a few smart guys do their shopping in the Belgian vide-greniers and resell in Paris with a fair profit... :)
God bless you!
Cezar

Lowell said...

Antique stores used to be fun 'cause once in awhile you could pick up a treasure that others had overlooked ... no more. The people that run these places know EVERYTHING about antiques! And the stuff they sell is usually very expensive. Still I love some things - the smell and feel of solid old wood, for example. Don't find much of that anymore.

So, where are you to see such a sunset?

Birdman said...

Where ever we travel, we bring back new things that add so much to our world.

brattcat said...

a very fine reply indeed.

EG Wow said...

Looks like the place has been dusted recently. Are you sure this is an antiques shop? :))

Wayne (Woody), whatever said...

I love the rich (and presumably expensive) wood tones.

The chairs look quite comfy, I can imagine relaxing in one with a good book.

VP said...

Elegant, cozy and sweet!

Halcyon said...

J'aimerais bien faire les antiquiares un jour avec toi ! J'ai l'impression que tu les connais bien. Celle-ci est tres sympa. J'aimerais bien avoir une lampadaire comme ca. :)

Living In Williamsburg Virginia said...

These places can be fun. You never know what you will find inside.

Great post.

Darryl and Ruth :)

Regina K said...

I love spending time in little shops like this.