We took the day off to go to Albi, the home city of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, the painter who created the posters for the Moulin Rouge in Paris. The Toulouse-Lautrec museum was a feast for the eyes inside and out.
A day off didn’t stop us from finding a few small treasures to bring home with us.
A large bronze repousse cachepot, c. 1860.
A whimsical plate from the nineteenth century
A St. Louis crystal carafe with stopper
A red and white transferware pitcher with pewter lid.
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