Julie Isore's Agape features numerous unexpected treasures and objets des curiosite. At her stand at the 74th Foire Nationale a la Brocante et aux Jambons at Chatou, she has many unusual items on offer. Agape is featured in the current issue of Brocante magazine. For sepia-toned photos from the Agape stand at Chatou, see A Journey in Time.
These arched wooden window casements would add interest to any room, with or without windows! The photographer's lamp on a tripod is difficult to find these days. The zinc fleur de lis architectural fragment is mounted on a wooden base.
A 19th-century scientific specimen dome is stuffed with sheet music and a small architectural fragment. The heavy pedestal is topped by a stone ball. And of course, 19th-century ironstone pitchers remain popular in home decor and so do seashells!
This small "hatband" boites, banded with red, white and blue ribbon remind me of tiny straw hats. They have been cleverly put together, along with the metal letters, to create an art piece (and great conversation starter).