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In search for quality shopping in Paris. Photo: Shutterstock
In search for quality shopping in Paris. Photo: Shutterstock

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Shopping for quality in Paris

In a world of mass production the quality-conscious need to look beyond to find the hidden gems. Whether it´s kitchen tools, clothes, food or even bicycles of high quality you´ll find them in paris. Here are gems not to be missed.

E.Dehillerin

Stocks every conceivable type of pot, pan, and kitchen implement, but only the traditional kind – you’ll find nothing electric here. This is why it attracts food lovers from all over the world.

E.Dehillerin

18 - 20 rue Coquillière, Paris

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Palais des Thés

The tea shop with the irresistible name has several branches in Paris, but the one in the Marais is particularly nice. In addition to hundreds of varieties of teas, it also sells a whole range of accessories – pots, kettles, cups, bowls, and cherry bark canisters.

Palais des Thés

64 Rue Vieille du Temple, Paris

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Coutellerie Ceccaldi

The Ceccaldi family, who hail from Corsica, are famous for their knives, whether for table, kitchen, or hunting. The design of each knife is dictated by the shape of the wood used for the handle. You can catch a glimpse of the process in the workshop behind the store.

Coutellerie Ceccaldi

15 Rue Racine, Paris

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French Trotters

Parisians love concept stores, mixing fashion with books, magazines, furniture, and much else. French Trotters is one of the best. Besides its own fashion men’s and women’s wear, it also stocks carefully selected pieces from Commune de Paris, Avril Gau, and others.

French Trotters

128 Rue Vieille du Temple, Paris

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En selle Marcel

If you're serious about bicycles, then this is the place for you. It stocks the higher end of handmade bicycles, vintage models, and vintage style accessories. Probably the most stylish shop of its kind in the world.

En selle Marcel

40 Rue Tiquetonne, Paris

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Du Pain et des Idées

Housed in an elegant shop dating back to 1870, this establishment remains simple, thanks to master baker Christophe Vasseur. He uses natural ingredients and bakes only a few varieties of bread and pastries, but the results are extraordinary.

Du Pain et des Idées

34 Rue Yves Toudic, Paris

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Buly 1803

Husband-and-wife team Ramdane Touhami and Victoire de Taillac decided to revive Bully, a 200-year-old fragrance brand. They altered the name to Buly to make it more contemporary, but their scented lotions, oils, soaps, and candles are inspired by the original Monsieur Bully’s recipes.

Buly 1803

6 Rue Bonaparte, Paris

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Last edited: August 16, 2017

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