Pop Up Shop September 2021

We set up for our fall Pop-Up Shop this past week at our favorite pop-up location, 102 rue du Cherche-Midi, on the left bank of Paris. This is our usual space where we exhibit so setup was quick and easy on a beautiful sunny day. 

We are here a few times a year so the locals always pop-in (pun intended) to say hi and admire the new pieces we have created from recycled glass. Yes, we are from Paris also, but each arrondissement is its own little village and most people stay within their arrondissement to do all their shopping. So, it’s nice that we are recognized in this cool little corner in Paris, though not that far from our showroom/boutique on rue Lecourbe in the 15th arrondissement.

We focused on showcasing our Porta Candele, Porta Candele With Handle, and Porta Candele Piccolo candlestick holders in every color available in the windows. The bright colors of the glass in the Autumn sun were stunning!

Inside we featured all of our most popular pieces, new bags, and some unique pieces not even for sale on our e-shop. Our new collection, Turner’s Tempest was a big hit. The seductive and mysterious smoky color is very appealing. If you are ever in town when we have a pop-up, you must stop in as we also have special promotions and events. Want to stay in the loop about our events and promotions? Make sure to follow us on Instagram or sign up for our newsletter.

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