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Porcelain and china

Posted by Graham J Buley - Created: 3 years ago
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Posted by brian61 - 3 years ago

About this time of year most large towns will be holding their "salon antiquités brocante", where most of the traders have been doing this for years. Worth a visit to check out what they are selling and prices. They will buy from you, show photos and have your items stowed in the boot of your car incase they are interested. There is a salon in Quimper in 10 days time.

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Posted by Graham J Buley - 3 years ago

Thanks for your replies

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Posted by NellP-986196 - 3 years ago

You don't say if you are looking for something specific or just generally looking but I can also recommend the shop in Paimpol, you would be pushed to find a better/bigger collection of china. 

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Posted by birdwatcher-889030 - 3 years ago

Hi

If yoyu do not need a French one I know an expert in the UK, I am sure he would be able to help online

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Posted by countrydweller - 3 years ago

There is a shop in the middle of Paimpol that has a huge stock of antique china