Most of the things we looked at were beautiful and outrageously beyond our means. But we knew that from the word go.
The chandeliers in this particular shop are stunning and from the window it's almost impossible to separate one from another.
This armoire is perhaps eight feet tall. I could have easily climbed in and stood up. I fell in love with the design and color.
We walked around for a couple of hours admiring the workmanship, the beauty, and the sheer volume and number of the pieces. If you ever want to do some serious antiquing, shoot on down to New Orleans' French Quarter.
|Dating from 1886, the Hotel Monteleone New Orleans|
was a favorite haunt of Tennessee Williams,
William Faulkner and Truman Capote
|Built in 1907, Le Pavillon Hotel sits adjacent to the historic |
French Quarter, only five short blocks to the celebrated
music clubs of Bourbon Street and the famous
restaurants and antique shops of Royal Street.
Have I convinced you?