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Galerie Liova-Marc Perpitch

 240 blvd St. Germain Paris 75007 Métro: Rue du Bac

Run by second-generation dealer Marc Perpitch, specializing in fine furniture, objets d’art and decorative elements of the Haute Epoque—medieval and Renaissance, 15th-early 17th centuries.

Musée Gustave Moreau

 14 rue de La Rochefoucauld Paris 75009 Métro: Trinité

A small museum in the former home of the 19th-century Symbolist artist. Closed Tues.

Mémorial de la Shoah

 17 rue Geoffroy l’Asnier Paris 75004 Métro: Saint Paul

A memorial and documentation center dedicated to the history of European Jews and the Holocaust, holding regular temporary exhibits. At the entrance is the Wall of Names, inscribed with the names of 76,000 deportees. Closed Sat.

La Belle Hortense

 31 rue Vieille-du-Temple Paris 75004

An unusual bookstore-and-bar selling paperback and hardback books, literary magazines and reasonably priced wines, to be taken home or sipped on the spot in earnest discussion with the philosophically-minded regulars.

Périgot

 16 blvd des Capucines Paris 75009

Really useful home equipment, from feather dusters to shopping carts, and great foldup, ecologically friendly shopping bags to tuck into purse or pocket and unfold when needed.

Musée de Montmartre

 12 rue Cortot Paris 75018 Métro: Anvers

A small museum—installed in a charming garden house whose former tenants included Renoir, Dufy, Valadon and Utrillo—documenting the history of the hilltop village of Montmartre and its role in the artistic life of 19th-century Paris. Closed Mon.

Christian Liaigre

 42 rue du Bac Paris 75007 Métro: Rue du Bac

Interior designer and decorator Liaigre's gallery and boutique offers his own handsome, contemporary classic furniture and decorative wares.

Musée Guimet

 6 Place d’Iéna Paris 75016 Métro: Iéna

One of the Western world's most important Asian art museums, with outstanding collections from China, Japan, India, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos and Thailand. Closed Tues.

Georges & Co.

 138 quai de Jemmapes 75010 Paris

The lustrous shop on the boutique-lined rue du Bac is devoted to the highest-quality contemporary materials manufactured in France and Europe for correspondence, diary-keeping, calligraphy, announcements, invitations and anything else that involves writing by hand. There’s an “ink bar” with refillable bottles in a rainbow of colors, a section for deluxe leather goods—notebooks, diaries, agendas, address books—and a tempting array of pens, elegant paper and envelopes in various weights and colors.

Le Prince Jardinier

 46 rue du Bac Paris 75007

Elegant garden furniture, gardening equipment, home decor and outdoor ready-to-wear from the brand founded by Louis Albert de Broglie.

Hermès

 17 rue de Sèvres Paris 6th Métro:Sèvres-Babylone

The brand's first concept store is housed in a renovated Art Deco swimming pool on the Left Bank. Home decor occupies one-third of the space, including new ventures into wallpaper, furnishing fabrics and silk carpets. There's also a bookshop and tea salon.

Atelier du Bracelet Parisien

 28 place du Marché Saint Honoré Paris 75001

A small shop specialized in watchbands and small leather goods in a large range of skins, styles and colors, both ready-to-wear and custom-made.
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