Vintage oil paintings at the brocante at Chatou, France.
A stack of old records in their original sleeves.
Vinyl-coated wire rack for old 45 records.
A vintage zither in good condition.
Pottery, brass candlesticks and horseshoes used in a sculptural piece.
Cane-seated painted chairs, a doll's bed and toy airplanes.
Provencal pottery originally used to conserve duck fat.
Majolica asparagus plates and tray.
Decorative wicker and bamboo set.
Discover the many delights of Chatou for yourself! Antique dealers from various parts of France offer a wide variety of antiques and collectibles.
The brocante and ham fair continues from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily through Sunday, Oct. 3rd at Ile des Impressionnistes, Chatou. Take the RER A from Paris to Rueil-Malmaison or Chatou-Croissy and walk the short distance from the station to the island. Tickets may be purchased at the gate.
See more brocante photos here and check back later for more!