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November 28, 2007

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Mimi

Love La Vaisselerie, Richard, and in fact I shopped at the one you mention after breaking a glass in the apartment we rented. Love all the cool kitchen and dining stuff - next time I'll spend more time and money here!

Lucia Marié

Dear Richard, We have family in Paris,& I go there every year.La vaissellerie is one of my favourite shops in the world, and I travel a lot. I am however a little dissappointed,in their new website. When you click to go on to the online site nothing happens. I sent them an email as I need something urgently to bring to the U.S. in October, but got no reply.It's a shame, as I am a good customer, and have sent oodles of people there. I guess I will have to ring them. The man in the St. Paul is so nice,and remembers me when I go there. Found your site by accident, and can't wait to read it all.
Lucia Dublin Ireland

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