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Dominique Rolin's Le Lit

The Paris Apartment

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Dominique Rolin's Le Lit
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Dominique Rolin's Le Lit
Dominique Rolin's Le Lit

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Product Information

Era:

Vintage; 1960s

Condition:

Excellent

Country of Origin:

France

Style:

French

Materials:

leather/paper

Size:

4.5" L x 0.75" W x 7" H

Color/Finish:

green

Why We Love This

Le Lit by Dominique Rolin. France, 1960. 7th Edition. French vintage marbleized leather book and bindings. A woman pens an emotional story after the lost of her husband during post-colonial Belgium. 215 pages.
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Why We Love This

Le Lit by Dominique Rolin. France, 1960. 7th Edition. French vintage marbleized leather book and bindings. A woman pens an emotional story after the lost of her husband during post-colonial Belgium. 215 pages.

About The Paris Apartment

Claudia Strasser opened The Paris Apartment in New York City in 1993. The shop specialized in French boudoir furniture and accessories. What started as a small boutique instantly inspired articles in the New York Times, House Beautiful, and New York Magazine, and drew celebrity clients from around the world. Claudia wrote The Paris Apartment, Romantic Decor on a Flea Market Budget, to offer her clients and readers insights to her philosophy and shopping resources.