Thursday, June 30, 2016

French Walnut Celebration!!

25% Discount on walnut antiques July 5th - July 12th ONLY!


Bonjour and welcome to today's visit to L'Ecole du Bon Gout.


Today's subject is walnut wood. This wood, which can vary from light to dark, from yellow-brown to red-brown, comes from the Juglans Regia tree in Europe and the Juglans Migra tree in America. 

Walnut has been prized in France by cabinet makers at least as early as the Renaissance for its ability to be carved and lathe turned.This wood continues today to enjoy great popularity, largely because of the rich yet mellow patina achieved from a couple of centuries of waxing and polishing. 

To make the many walnut antiques here at Au Vieux Paris Antiques even more lovable:    ALL WALNUT ANTIQUES WILL BE ON SALE ONE WEEK ONLY JULY 5TH TO JULY 12TH, AT A 25% DISCOUNT!!!

You may view below a selection from the current stock. 

Please contact us with any questions or requests you might have by telephone: (337) 332-2852, Email: robertesmith@centurytel.net, or visit us at our website: Au Vieux Paris Antiques 

Mes Amities,
Robert E. Smith
1040 Henri Penne Rd
Breaux Bridge, LA 70517

 Louis XIII 17th c. armiore from Languedoc region. 



 Thirteen foot long Directiore extension table 



Set of six large chaise au chassis



Louis XIV chateaux armoire from south western France 



lectern maybe for your cook book?



Directiore bed the size to fit a standard American double bed mattress. 




Classic Louis Philippe commode with Gres de St. Anne marble top 



One of a faux pair of Louis XV wall cupboard facades 



Eating table from the "Communite de St Charles" convent in Lyon



 Pair of Directiore "fauteuils officiers" armchairs 









Eating table with Louis XIV turnings




Unusually large demilune table, seats six when opened. 



Unusually large and comfortable Louis XIII sofa