Saturday, April 28, 2012

Signes du Samedi - le marché


These chalkboard signs with similar script hang from almost all of the food stalls at Paris markets. I love them!

16 comments:

Catherine said...

Yes it is nice that handwritten signs continue to be used...

ALAIN said...

Il y a souvent de grosses fautes d'orthographe, mais c'est encore plus drôle.

martinealison said...

C'est là tout le charme français...
Gros bisous

Vreni said...

I love them too!!!

Riet said...

Yes I love them too. I think we have something simular here.
Have a nice weekend.

paigenicholl said...

Hi Virginia, I love your blog and your photography - wonderful! I too love Paris and wish I could go more often. Will definitely be one of your followers!
Paige

Virginia said...

But Alain, I would not know! :)
V

Sam @ My Carolina Kitchen said...

Oui, I love them too. Wish vendors in the US would adopt the idea.
Sam

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

Wishing I could shop any of the Paris markets today! Love the chalkboard signs...

Terry said...

They have an art all their own, don't they? But can you tell me, just under the KIWI on the left, what is that symbol - it appears to equal (=) 0.40 Euros. And what does FRA stand for?

Terry said...

They have an art all their own, don't they? But can you tell me, just under the KIWI on the left, what is that symbol - it appears to equal (=) 0.40 Euros. And what does FRA stand for?

Starman said...

What is a clemanville?

Alexa said...

Starman -- perhaps a clemanville is just a citified clementine. I love these signs too, V -- and I miss them too!

Mary said...

I love these signs too! As well as all of your Saturday sign posts. All of your posts, actually. Could never choose a favorite. All equally wonderful. Have a beautiful Sunday Virginia! :)

Daryl Edelstein said...

clemanville? c'est quoi ça?

Carole said...

Nice blog. Paris is on my list of Top Ten Places I Have Visited