Vintage clothing at the 31st Foire aux Antiquaires, currently underway at Place Saint-Sulpice, Paris. The event continues daily from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. through June 16th.
A 1950s mink stole, a white fur muff, a 1940s hat and a sparkly crystal chandelier accented with smoky quartz.
A 19th-century dresser and chair with a cane seat has been updated with paint effects. Advertising fans, as well as antique lace blouses are also on offer.
A wicker dress form with bowler hat, papier-mache horse and a vintage quilt at Sophie Pretalat's Anges et Demons stand at Saint-Sulpice.
A box of well-cared-for sports equipment, in butter-soft leather.
A painted wooden train car and strange puppet.
An ancient wooden horse at Anges et Demons.
A table of early 20th-century bright yellow pitchers.
More yellow pitchers.
A vintage Chatelet poster.
Shoppers go from stand to stand at the brocante at Saint-Sulpice in the sixth arrondissement, Paris.
The famous Church of Saint-Sulpice has been under renovation for more than a year.
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