Shopping for Tablescape Thursday...

In an effort to decorate this table in my virtual Paris apartment...
I think we should hop a train...

The Musée nationale de Céramique-Sèvres...a museum located at the Place de la Manufacture, Sèvres, a suburb of Paris, France. It is open daily except Tuesday; an admission fee is charged.
The museum was established early in the 19th century by Alexandre Brongniart, director of the Manufacture nationale de Sèvres, with a goal of collecting and studying fine ceramics of all origins. It issued its first catalog in 1845, and became independent of the factory in 1927.
Today the museum contains excellent collections of earthenware, faience, porcelain, and pottery from around the world, dating from earliest times to the present. It contains roughly 50,000 objects, of which about 5,000 were manufactured by Sèvres. Famous artists who work for the factory... Auguste Rodin, Hector Guimard, Serge Poliakoff, Louise Bourgeois, Pierre Burnaglio
François-Xavier Lalanne. (information via Wikipedia)

Photo collage above via Victoria Heart Magazine September 2002

Not only can you view incredible pieces... you can purchase items as well... here are a few creations... to learn and see more go HERE...



All this shopping and musee visiting has made me thirsty and hungry... I don't think I have the strenght to go back and set the table for dinner... I say we grab a bite here... I promise I will have you all over soon.

I hope you enjoyed the musee. Tomorrow... it's time to take a look at the Fashionable working women in Paris... Mr Linky will be up by 10:00 pm EST... see you then!

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