• Argenterie de turenne Paris
  • Stepping into the Marais' Argenterie De Turenne, you are sure to be awed by the amount of silver shining back at you. From dainty spoons to large platters and ornate candelabras, the shop, located on Rue de Turenne, offers a vast assortment of silverware and antique objects. In 1999, owners Marie Laure Tranchart and Olivier Brault opened the boutique after noticing a lack in the Parisian retail scene for 19th-century treasures. The spoons… More info
    19, rue de Turenne, Paris, 75004
  • Astier de villatte Paris
  • It is impossible not to stop into this shop when you pass by on the fancy rue Saint Honoré. The ceramic votives filled with fragrant vegetable wax candles long to be sniffed, and the bohemian styled shelves filled with neatly stacked, handcrafted teacups are all ready to be filled with something special. Handcrafted dishware, stationary made by an ancient press, silverware created in the shop where Napoleon’s silversmith once worked and even… More info
    173, rue Saint-Honoré, Paris, 75001
  • The collection Paris
  • With a passion for craft, design and everything in between, Englishwoman Allison Grant opened The Collection in Paris' animated Marais area. Since 2003, it has brought together products by both well-known and up-and-coming European designers under one roof. Firmly believing that the home should be filled with things that influence how one feels, The Collection showcases thoughtfully curated furniture, lamps, light fixtures, lush textiles, kitchen… More info
    33, Rue de Poitou, Paris, 75003
  • Merci Paris
  • Walking into Merci is like stepping into a well-furnished apartment. Clothing is neatly hanging in wardrobes, a dining room table is set with beautiful dishware, and coffee is brewing. But Merci is in fact a store and everything in the 1,500 square-meter loft is for sale. As you sip on an espresso from the first-floor café, feel free to grab a bouquet of flowers from the in-house florist, browse new and vintage clothing or read second-hand books… More info
    111 boulevard Beaumarchais, Paris, 75003
  • Vert d'absinthe Paris
  • From the first time he tasted the 19th century destillate Absinthe, Luc Santiago Rodriguez, owner and founder of Vert d’Absinthe, has been enamored with its culture and history. In his tiny store located in the Marais, Rodriguez has assembled an absinthe universe delving into the colorful past of writers, artists and musicians who were overtaken by the drink’s magic. Only a small selection of traditionally made absinthes is sold here and a… More info
    11, rue d'Ormesson, Paris, 75004
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