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Store Till You Decline In Paris In this dilemma I've yet more Parisian searching bargains and discoveries in store for the readers of paris-eiffel-tower-news.com: designer leather and furs direct from the manufacturer's class, great crystal and some wine-tasting sessions from one of the most reputed Parisian wine cellars!

Parisian designer leather & fur - strong from the makers!

I couldn't think my chance when, wandering through the Rue delaware Paradis on the lookout for yet more looking bargains for the readers of paris-eiffel-tower-news.com, I noticed the workshop exhibition of Jekel. Because 1947, Jekel has been providing French style know-how to custom leather and fur.

I am aware coat is not the most popular item in the United Claims, and it is much less used in Europe than in the 1920-50s. The art of designing coat layers and extras is rapidly disappearing, a less than one hundred craftsmen remain in activity in Paris. Finding fur apparel may soon be as difficult as finding a genuine Rembrandt in a attic.

I met with who owns Jekel, Sylvain Jekel himself who described that his course creates and offers distinctive designer leather designs, and fur apparel and accessories.

Jekel distribute their goods globally to ready-to-wear names and quality suppliers such as for example Galeries Lafayette, Sonya Rykiel, Darel, Apostrophe, etc. The course is positioned at No. 22 Rue delaware Paradis.

The ready-to-wear apparel available down the rack isn't tailor-made, but


Sabrina, the charming associate I achieved, confirmed that Jekel can change objects on the spot for you (and indeed, she was busily putting a key for an individual as we were speaking).

Rates begin at EUR 300, and they could also ship your buys oversees therefore there isn't to clog your suitcases.

Yet again, the handle of the Jekel workshop is 22 Rue p Paradis, 75010 Paris. Their phone number is 33 (O)1 47 70 73 90, and you may get there from the following stations:'Gare de l'Est ','Poissonniere ', and'Chateau d'Eau '.

Rue p Paradis - A crystal heaven?

Yet another thing that may hit you as you visit Rue de Paradis will be the quantity of stores offering world-renowned Limoges pottery, dishes, and dinner sets, as well as fine gem products, from cups and wine decanters to chandeliers.

Gem is a type of glass which includes a little percentage of lead to give it more clarity and glow than standard glass. Crystal is usually reduce to improve their reflective features, making it an extremely fairly, extremely valued (and more costly) kind of glassware.

Many stores on Paradis street sell "Cristal delaware Baccarat", a pricey and prestigious make of gem with a lengthy and famous record relationship back to the first 1800s, and noted for offering royalty using its production.

Those who don't desire to pay a load of income, there's a store at No. 52 named'DĂŠcor et Cristal'which posesses various type of crystal. Their


source is from a manufacturer in Western France, the'Cristallerie des Vosges du Nord '. Although not Baccarat crystal, theirs continues to be high-quality, and--I was informed by the income assistant--even dishwasher safe!

Costs are great too: some models of crystal cups retail at EUR 6 a piece rather than the usual EUR 30. Products and services are given at 20 to 60% discounts.

DĂŠcor et Cristal is located at No. 52 rue p Paradis, 75010 Paris. Their phone number is: 33 (0) 1 48 24 57 33.

Wine sampling at Galerie Vivienne

If you prefer your wine, you will not desire to miss this French 1950s-style period wine shop. Using its timber paneling and wonderful screen exhibits, it opens up onto the Galerie Vivienne, one of the very most beautiful interior arcades in Paris. There rest the wine cellars of'Legrand filles et fils'(Legrand daughters & sons), some of the most extremely reputed in Paris.

These cellars have now been carefully and properly stocked by three decades of the Legrand household ever since the finish of the Earth War I. However enough, these cellars are not open to the typical public. The shop presents nevertheless a hot family atmosphere.

Wine prices range between EUR 5 to EUR 10,000 a jar, with a wide collection in the EUR5-EUR15 cost bracket. You won't move hungry both, because the shop also carries a variety of delicacies to create out the quality of the wine.


Worth note, the shop presents wine sampling and lessons! For EUR 60 you are able to attend an initial wine tasting program every Friday from 8 to 10 pm. Seating is limited, therefore book beforehand by phone or by email.

The shop also comes with a wine sampling part, start from 12:00 midday to 6:00 pm, where you could select a wine and get a dish of associated delicacies exclusively selected to bring out the taste of one's wine. The cost is EUR 5.25 a glass and EUR 15-30 a plate. You can also order desserts.

The store has two entrances: No. 1 Rue p manhattan project Banque, and No. 12 Galerie Vivienne, 75002 Paris. For wine sampling reservations, call: 33 (0)1 42 60 07 12 or mail: info[at]caves-legrand.com.

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