This small Parisian corner of the Chamberí neighborhood offers all sorts of antique objects from France, handmade textiles for the home and a good number of interesting items for gifts, such as yellow glass ashtrays from Pernod in the sixties or a classical porcelain coffee set from Limoges. They are also very well known due to their perfumed sachets, presented in canvas materials with mother-of-pearl, coconut or leather buttons and different fillings of exotic aromatic spices.
This is an ideal place for investigating and finding rare and delicate objects, kitchen dishes from other eras, glass sweet dishes, Pastis bottles of various brands and multiple rarities for French styles. Also, this store has a good collection of textiles for the home, cushion covers, sheets, tablecloths and aprons that are typical of bistros, all customer made with recycled canvas material brought from France, thanks to work of designer Olivia Legrand.
Mon 15:00 - 20:00 h. ; Tue - Fri 11:00 - 20:00 h. ; Sat 12:00 - 20:00 h.
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