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I have just moved into my new apartment in Paris. The first morning I decide to stay in, purely to enjoy the tranquillity and...

A seashell coin purse belonging to a lady of the Victorian era.A pair of brass opera theatre binoculars, Lorgnettes, worn as fashion rather than...

Every weekend throughout most of the year, buyers and sellers come together for "empty attic" sales called vide greniers. They are usually held in village...

Do you love expensive jewelry? Well, who doesn't (aside from the poor sap footing the bill). If you happen to be happy with just...

Paris offers no shortage of souvenirs—but today many of them are mass-produced in China. But if you are in the market for something authentic,...

La crêperie des Canettes, Paris 6th. Photo by patrianova. It’s easy to get blasé about crêpes in Paris. If you’re anything like me, after a brief but...

When we were transferred overseas with our first expat assignment over a decade ago, my husband went ahead to start his new job in...

It’s entirely your fault. You voted to read more about my Berlin trip. Once again, it wasn’t the usual “three days here or there”...

The innocuous location of l’Atelier de Maïté is a reminder that time is fleeting: the shop is a stone’s throw from a Paris...

Photo of Druout auction house by Jean Charles Dicharr Going, going, gone! Fast and furious French drops like confetti as auction bargains are snapped up...

Dear Antiques Diva®, A number of years ago we had the pleasure of shopping a special, tented antiques market in Paris near the Seine...

Got a spare room to decorate or spruce up for the holidays? Get your hands on a copy of Antiquaires, Paris Flea Markets by...