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The Deal: Paris Hotel Boutique's vintage glamour

October 1, 2009 |  6:32 am


Paris Hotel Boutique, an online retailer of vintage one-of-a-kind pieces, celebrates the glitz and glamour of bygone eras. The store is well edited, which cuts out the hassle of going to flea markets and the time spent sifting through an online sea of junk. Sales are rare, so when this popped up in my e-mail, I had to share:

The store is making room for new inventory and offering selected accessories and furniture at good discounts. A vintage teapot from the Rio Palace Hotel in Rio de Janeiro, originally $145, is now $95. A handsome vintage Gucci sauce boat and creamer, circa 1970s, that was $325 is now $285. A midcentury candle holder made of white ceramic shaped like ram's horns, originally $185, is now $110 for the pair.

-- Lizzie Garrett

Photo credit: Paris Hotel Boutique