“La Vitrine” welcomes the sale of Patrick Auvigne’s collection

Bro. The window displays the sale of Patrick Auvigne’s collection. The Brou “La Vitrine” intercommunal space has been hosting, since last month and until April 28th, pieces from Patrick Auvigne’s incredible collection. “Since 2020”, explains the retiree, “I have transformed the house I own in Dampierre-sous-Brou into a “medieval country” style house. It’s sold and, by the end of February, the thousands of objects, trinkets, miniatures and collections I’ve accumulated will have found other homes.

Patrick Auvigne contacted the LECAP association, which offered to exhibit a number of his installations, such as those he created in honor of the towns twinned with Brou, but also his folk dolls and other surprising compositions.

Ali Baba Cave

President Jean-Pierre Faurie went to his house and discovered a real Ali Baba cave. “What he displays in “La Vitrine” is just a tiny part of what he has.”

Second-hand dealers have already planned to visit Patrick Auvigne in Dampierre-sous-Brou, and everything that remains will be put up for sale at low prices during opening hours in “La Vitrine”.

Practical. Patrick Auvigne will be on duty at “La Vitrine”, Saturday, January 27th, from 10am to 12:30pm and from 2pm to 4pm, Sunday, January 28th, from 10am to 12:30pm and Wednesday, January 31st, from 10am at 12:30 p.m.

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