The Thursday three- Latest French Vide-Grenier finds

DSC02805We went to a great Vide-Grenier (literally “empty your attics”) market in Quillan in late April. Some great antique and vintage treasures Left-This wonderful cotton/linen union curtain fabric has a really evocative design in typically French country colours . Not quite right for our kitchen , so sitting on ebay right now.


Also-right- I picked up this little souvenir plaque which I just love.

Probably late 19thc and could be any colonnaded building in France or Italy -If you can identify it, would be delighted!DSC02792

Below- Hand made leaded glass wall display dish, in red/yellow/blue colour way- reminiscent of Catalan sun symbol designs and perfect for salon in French village houseDSC02799



About coteetcampagne

Artist, period home maker, renovator, restorer, Francophile. My mission is to save the old stuff, one beautiful piece at a time
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3 Responses to The Thursday three- Latest French Vide-Grenier finds

  1. Love the stained glass hexagon 🙂


  2. yes they are real country shades, so typical of Southern France


  3. Czechpolia says:

    Love those curtain colours!


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