Antique chairs at a brocante at Chatou, France in September. If you're a fan of French brocantes, check out the Antiquites Brocante at Bastille, Paris. The event begins at 11 a.m. Thursday and continues until 7 p.m. daily through Sunday, Nov. 16th. Tickets are available at the entrance at Place de la Bastille.
The brocante extends along both sides of the Canal St. Martin. Look for Sophie Pretelat's Anges et Demons at #403, Bd. Bastille; Gunnar Petterssen's stand #514 and Michel Leruez at Stand 13 Chapiteau. And don't forget to visit Cedric Grare's Art Atypique!
Take the Paris Metro Line 1, 5, or 8 to Bastille or Quai de la Rapee or bus lines 76, 86 or 91. Parking is available at Opera Bastille.
Antique linens and modern lampshades.
A French flag and zinc weather vanes from French chateaus.
An 18th-century wooden angel.
A French children's book series.
A wooden table painted with a depiction of Snow White and the Seven Dwarves.
Provencal pottery on a vintage baker's rack.
A vintage Coca-Cola sign and enamel clock.