We knew when we packed up our house in Canada that there will be too much for our new home in France. But that's what happens when you are in the industry of home decor and love antiques.
You develop a mild case of hoarding.
Though we did have a couple of massive garage sales and gave away some to friends and family, we still shipped a 40' container full of furniture and goods.
Having made progress decorating our new home here in Jarnac, it's time to let go of some fine things. We sorted through all the boxes, earmarked what goes into the house and the rest MUST GO NEXT SATURDAY. All of it.
I am taking advantage of the annual Jarnac flea market and booked the space outside our house.
This way all I have to do is move stuff outside and wait for you to show up.
Below are some pictures of things to go, but trust me, there is lots more. Come early for the good stuff. The flea starts at 6am and I amm going to be ready.
STARTING AT 6AM
MY LOCATION, 5 RUE PORTIILON
VINTAGE (1970's) ROCHE BOBOIS MAHOGANY DINING TABLE (SEATS 10)
MAITLAND SMITH COFFEE TABLE
MATCHING SIDE TABLE
ANTIQUE OIL PAINTINGS
QUITE A FEW OF THEM
ANTIQUE ARCHITECTURAL ENGRAVINGS
SOME FRAMED ALREADY
HUNDREDS OF ANTIQUE PRINTS STARTING AT ONE EURO
PILLOWS, CUSHIONS AND DUVETS
FABRICS, FROM WOVEN ITALIAN SILK TO COTTON
GORGEOUS WROUGHT IRON CANDLE HOLDERS (180CM TALL)