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Le Petit Atelier de Paris: The most precious little porcelain objects.

Le Petit Atelier de Paris: The most precious little porcelain objects.

When renown bakeries such as Poilâne and Pain de Sucre or department stores such as Le Bon Marché respectively place an order or display your creations, you know there is something special about them.
Le Petit Atelier de Paris is a boutique/workshop full of little handmade porcelain wonders specializing in decorative objects as well as tableware. Le Petit Atelier de Paris also sells old-fashioned porcelain dimmers and switches. Created by and for Le Petit Atelier de Paris their very pretty and simple wooden furniture (very simple lines reminiscent of Muji design) will be for sale in the future, after they open their new wood workshop right outside of Paris.

Le Petit Atelier de Paris
31 Rue de Montmorency
75003 Paris
tel: 01.44.54.91.40
Metro: Rambuteau, Arts-et-Métiers

Th-Sat: 1pm-8pm
Closed on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday

Patricia Vieljeux: Beautiful pottery and ceramic workshops in Paris

Patricia Vieljeux: Beautiful pottery and ceramic workshops in Paris

Ceramist Patricia Vieljeux just happened to have the lamp shade that my kitchen light bulb has been missing for the past year.
Her boutique/workshop is a bit off the beaten path—unless you have a specific reason, you are unlikely to stumble upon it. This is a great place for those who might want to purchase unique stoneware and porcelain pieces made by hand. For information about Patricia Vieljeux’s workshops (for age groupe 11 to 17 and for adults) contact her boutique/workshop.

Patricia Vieljeux
21 Rue Godefroy Cavaignac
75011 Paris
tel: 01.46.59.04.10
Metro: Voltaire, Charonne