« French La Vie: An Old Silk Stocking Factory... Turned into a Private Antique Textile Warehouse | Main | One of the many French Towns we stopped to Visit »

25 September 2015


Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.

Corey and Ruth, I am loving joining you on your latest French Muse week. Those gorgeous clock surrounds would make fabulous mirror frames don't you think...very quirky; I would definitely have brought one or two!!

Keep up the daily tales and photos, take care.

Corey Amaro I love the way you share the world well your world with us merci beaucoup-I have a thing about clocks....and paper and perfume and old books well books in general and the list could go on-but for right now I have a thing about clocks!

So interesting to see all the clock parts. Were they salvaged from old clocks or "spare parts"- replacements made in the 19th century?

Thank you for taking us along with you on your travels. My husband loves clocks. Don't know if I will ever visit you but I love dreaming about someday...

Very interesting trip....love the countryside...and the shops...

The comments to this entry are closed.

French la Vie Creative Journeys in France. Please join me in 2020 to learn more click here
French La Vie started in 2005, I have the "Brocante Bug" which means antiquing is my cure, France can do me no wrong when it comes to treatment ° 32 years living in France with my French Husband that I met while dancing in San Francisco ° Two children, now in their late-twenties, amour et joie ° Come join our journey either vicariously through my blog, or on a French La Vie Week Retreat in Provence °
Corey amaro  french muse  brocante
My Online Brocante Shop
How I Met My French Husband
Provencal Vacation Rental
The house next door
Provencal Vacation Rental
French la Vie Creative Journeys in France. Please join me in 2020 to learn more click here
Follow me on Facebook
Old books brocante
Follow me on Facebook
Our Apartment in Paris
Music cards
Want to see more Photos?
Corey amaro's home in Cassis
Our Home in Cassis
Cassis reflection