A 19th-century stone angel between a wing and a prayer at Sophie Pretelat's Anges et Demons at the brocante at Place Saint-Sulpice, Paris. Monday's the last day of the 31st Foire aux Antiquaires, so best get your skates on! Last chance until 2009! Take the Metro Line 10 to Mabillion, then walk two blocks to the brocante opposite the Church of Saint-Sulpice. You can't miss it, thanks to the cranes and scaffolding still present amidst the church's long-term renovation effort.
A marble child's bust with straw boater hat.
Rush-seated and rustic wooden chairs.
A sparkling chandelier. Today a gentleman sent email saying he'd purchased one of the chairs photographed in a previous post about the brocante at Saint-Sulpice.
Mercury glass gazing balls for luck, candlesticks and assorted curiosities in a 19th-century armoire.
An 18th-century commode and rose-coloured paperback books, as well as 19th-century lamps made from zinc urns at another stand at Saint-Sulpice.
A scalloped painted cupboard and stoneware pots de confiture.