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|By The Sea...A palette of grey hues bring a Nordic/French soulful beauty to your fisherman's cottage or culinary European Kitchen. Oysters on a half shell.|
"Eating oysters is like
kissing the sea on the lips."
|Cartapesta French Paper mache|
Crowns and Oysters
Vintage book ephemera sea.
Aged and sea weathered.
Tranquil Garlands of Oyster shells,
and Salvaged woods.
Soft greys and whites washed in the sea with salvaged
woods that echo the feel of driftwood's bleached and
washed by the sea, where waves lapping against the
sand adds plenty of texture naturally.
More then 90% of the oysters produced in France
are consumed by the French.
The French have been the undisputed leader in
farming oysters in all of Europe.
Cartapesta crowns dangle, and well suited as
if found drifted along the seashore.
Tattered laces, netting's, and cartapesta crowns,
and sea like beaded pearls are strung
French Culinary Sea-Catchers.
Salvaged from the sea.
Crowned The French Oyster: the pearl of the
The French whom are called the farmers of the sea,
work with "savior-faire".
A source of inspiration,
these little concentrates of the ocean,
BURLAP LUXE etsy shop.
The Grey Sea