Apr 18, 2013

Astier de villatte

Just some iPhone photos from the beautiful Astier de Villatte boutique in Paris for today. Of course it is on the Rue Saint-Honoré, a street that J has dubbed "Rue de Nice Shops" (because it's an accurate description and because his French pronunciation ain't so hot ;).




P.S. Lingered Upon has been nominated for Best Photography in the Saveur Food Blog awards! Voting ends tomorrow, but if you get a chance, I would be very flattered and grateful if you voted for me. Thank you!

15 comments :

  1. Wow, I love everything about this. Porcelain against stressed wood/brick/plaster... perfect.

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  2. congrats on the nomination, very well-deserved--voting for you now!

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  3. Oh, this place is just filled to the brim with beauty. The hubby and I are planning a trip to London in September and are thinking of stretching our time a bit and spending a few days in Paris. This shop will definitely go on the list... although it could be dangerous because I'll want to take everything home with me...

    PS: Congrats on the Saveur Nom! Can't say I'm surprised... :)

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  4. Oh that is absolutely gorgeous! Congratulations on the nomination! I will vote for you right now!

    Michelle
    www.michelleesque.com

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  5. love it! and your blog is amazing!

    asiekiyaeva.blogspot.com

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  7. your images are exquisit, as usual!

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  8. I'm really liking the undone walls and shelvings... especially after reading an article on an apartment in Paris that had been left untouched for 7 decades.....

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  9. Gorgeous! And congrats on the nomination! I am seriously loving the skull glasses. And the fact that they are mixed with all the pretty, traditional stuff.

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  10. Wish i had the chance to see this place. Those skull tumblers are rad...

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  11. The pottery is just so beautiful. The French truly know how to do it.

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  12. Guh! There is a boutique shop here in Portland that carries Astier de Villatte items and I've been coveting them big time. I just can't fathom spending 100 clams on a single mug. But it's really nice seeing all the pretties in their natural habitat!

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  13. Hi, I am contacting you from AFAR Travel Magazine. I'd love to purchase the rights to use one of your images above-- could you please email me at Dani@afar.com as soon as possible? Thanks in advance, and I look forward to speaking with you.

    Dani Vernon

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