Enamel coffee pots, "biggins" and coffee grinders, along with enamel utensil holders are some of the many kitchen collectibles for sale at Blandine Bavoux's stand at Chatou, near Paris. The brocante continues daily through Sunday, Oct. 1. If you're unable to get to Chatou, you can find many of these items online. The Jolie Trouvaille website is in both French and English.
A wooden cup rack painted green is flanked by a wall-mounted coffee grinder.
For the purist at heart, old-fashioned coffee grinders come in various colours - and they still work!
An enamel covered soup tureen dates probably from the 1950s, but its "shabby chic" floral and stripe combination is fashionable today.
Salt, flour and matchstick holders are available in a wide variety of styles.
A collection of heavy pewter pieces are used in serving meals or as decorative containers for fresh or dried flowers.
A rare earthenware and wooden spice cabinet features stylish retro storage solutions for sugar, cafe, rice and other pantry staples. Monogrammed tea towels are also on offer.
This glass and oak display cabinet holds a child's set of green enamelware, in excellent condition. The top shelf displays pastry dispensers for decorating cakes and desserts, along with a pewter measuring cup and other items.