French Flea Market Finds

French Flea MarketStroll down the cobblestone streets of Paris and join our French Flea Market buyers Corey Amaro and Toma Haines. Today they share gorgeous, authentic pieces uncovered straight from the outdoor markets of France –  including lavish pink and lace ribbons, vintage French ephemera, antique tins, delicate baby bonnets and porcelain floral bowls to name a few.

French Flea Market3Blast from the past: They’ve already been sold, but we’ll have more just like them coming soon – antique French café tins are perfect to display as home décor or use as storage for your art and craft supplies.

French Flea Market ribbonNext in our assembly of French finds, discover handmade grubby tags, wrapped with blue ribbon and vintage, French ephemera for you to use in paper crafting, card making, or gift wrapping projects.

French Flea Market2 These gorgeous, French baby bonnets are stitched with lace and lots of love. They can be displayed as beautiful nursery décor or as a pretty prop in photography.

French Flea Market4Roman numeral antique enamel embellishments and ephemera can be used in paper crafting and mixed-media projects. Click here to browse our collection of French ephemera.French Flea Market Book A picture says a thousand words, and so do the pages from this antique photograph album with lovely artistic detail.

Save now: For more French Flea Market finds, click here to discover our gallery of eclectic and breath-taking treasures at discounted prices.

About our French Flea Market buyers:

~ Corey Amaro

It’s been twenty five years that I’ve lived in France because I married a Frenchman, who I met while dancing in San Francisco. Now, two children later, I have what I like to call the “Brocante Bug” which means antiquing is my cure. France can do me no wrong when it comes to treatment. I’m related to half the population in Willows, California. I like to travel on a moment’s notice and write whatever strikes a chord.

 

~ Toma Haines

Toma

She is a champagne connoisseur, a vintage Chanel addict and her hobbies include driving fast cars and gourmet cooking. Traveling extensively, she divides her time between her home in Berlin, Germany with her husband and cat and traveling in other countries – France, England, Belgium, Holland, Italy,  Germany, and more.



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Posted: Friday, February 28th, 2014 @ 6:26 am
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  1. Ella says:

    I collect tins-those gorgeous polka dotted ones make me smile! How sweet n’ endearing are those baby bonnets-so much charm in vintage finds!

    Thank you for sharing-this whole post is making my fingers quiver. Bye! I am off to my vintage thrift shop…I know I can’t score like this, but one never knows where treasure lurks!

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French Flea MarketStroll down the cobblestone streets of Paris and join our French Flea Market buyers Corey Amaro and Toma Haines. Today they share gorgeous, authentic pieces uncovered straight from the outdoor markets of France –  including lavish pink and lace ribbons, vintage French ephemera, antique tins, delicate baby bonnets and porcelain floral bowls to name a few.

French Flea Market3Blast from the past: They’ve already been sold, but we’ll have more just like them coming soon – antique French café tins are perfect to display as home décor or use as storage for your art and craft supplies.

French Flea Market ribbonNext in our assembly of French finds, discover handmade grubby tags, wrapped with blue ribbon and vintage, French ephemera for you to use in paper crafting, card making, or gift wrapping projects.

French Flea Market2 These gorgeous, French baby bonnets are stitched with lace and lots of love. They can be displayed as beautiful nursery décor or as a pretty prop in photography.

French Flea Market4Roman numeral antique enamel embellishments and ephemera can be used in paper crafting and mixed-media projects. Click here to browse our collection of French ephemera.French Flea Market Book A picture says a thousand words, and so do the pages from this antique photograph album with lovely artistic detail.

Save now: For more French Flea Market finds, click here to discover our gallery of eclectic and breath-taking treasures at discounted prices.

About our French Flea Market buyers:

~ Corey Amaro

It’s been twenty five years that I’ve lived in France because I married a Frenchman, who I met while dancing in San Francisco. Now, two children later, I have what I like to call the “Brocante Bug” which means antiquing is my cure. France can do me no wrong when it comes to treatment. I’m related to half the population in Willows, California. I like to travel on a moment’s notice and write whatever strikes a chord.

 

~ Toma Haines

Toma

She is a champagne connoisseur, a vintage Chanel addict and her hobbies include driving fast cars and gourmet cooking. Traveling extensively, she divides her time between her home in Berlin, Germany with her husband and cat and traveling in other countries – France, England, Belgium, Holland, Italy,  Germany, and more.



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