sitting room , but was not purchased in France, but at a local store.
Vintage scale that I found in a pile of junk in a Normandy flea market.
I spied this very old table in the same shop in France where I found my farm table. I had passed it by on the first stop and then decided it needed to be mine when we went back to purchase the farm table.
And speaking of the farm table it is truly a favorite French item.
This is a set of vintage French books bound in leather. These can be pretty pricey over here, but I got the nine for 45 euros which is around $62.
I love the color of these very old and hard to find pharmacy bottles that are in my master bath.
I love collecting these old French enamelware address signs. This one I attached to a basket that holds some bread boards in my kitchen.
I have a couple enamelware pitchers that I found in shops here, but this one I ordered from France from Cat's monthly sale that is on the first of each month.
And one of my most recent finds is this primitive hay fork that I found at Rust & Feathers in Leesburg, Va. when we went to Lucketts Market last weekend. The other one is in another room. I may hang them together later, but still deciding what I want to do.
I think we will stop here and I sure hope you will check out the other gal's vintage French items.
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