Private Sale – Unique Beijing Hutong Shopping Experience

Antique chinese camphor wood trunk from Beijing

Please mark your calendars! Merci de marquer vos agendas !

La Maison Taupe will be opening its shopping doors once more for two days of carefully chosen selections of rare and unusual antiques, folk art, furniture, bags, accessories and children’s cashmere in the idyllic surroundings of a downtown courtyard house.  For two days only, enjoy a great opportunity to purchase gifts, treat yourself, or just to listen to expert Roger Schwendeman talk about Chinese antiques. We hope to see you on October 14th and 15th for another Hutong Shopping experience near the Lama Temple.


Dans le cadre idyllique d’une maison au coeur des hutongs,La Maison Taupe reouvre ses portes pour deux jours de courses d’antiquites, d’art populaire,de meubles et de cachemires pour enfants. Nous esperons vous y accueillir les 14 et 15 octobre pour une seconde experience << Hutong Shopping >> pres du Temple des Lamas.

Who / Qui :
Where / Ou :
When / Quand :

Susan Alberti
Roger Schwendeman
Mandarine Coco
Shanghai Trio
La Maison Taupe
Shanghai Trio

606 Yonghe Villas,
22 Jianchang Lane
off Guozijian Street,
near Lama Temple
Beijing, China

14 October @ 10am – 7pm
(open for late night shopping!)
15 October @ 10am – 4pm

Further information available by email:  lamaisontaupe @ yahoo.com / roger  @  antique-chinese-furniture.com

Pour plus d’information, merci de me contacter par email: lamaisontaupe @ yahoo.com / roger  @  antique-chinese-furniture.com
Map YongHe_villas_beijing
606 Yonghe Villas, 22 Jianchang Lane off Guozijian Street, near Lama Temple Beijing, China
For directions call 13051440767



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  1. Brian says:

    I have been trying to research a screen an old friend gave me. Hard to match, but the lily pads and border look the same as in this one. Any information would be greatly appreciated.

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