Contents of the FARCINADE workshop, painters in buildings in Orleans since 1910.
Specialized in making faux-marbles and faux-bois.
It employed up to 10 workers until it closed in 1990,
this company knew the success of the period Belle Epoque until Post-Modernism.
Pots of paints and solvents annotated by hand manuscripts,
still releasing the smell of turpentine. (+ -30 pieces)
Brushes and brushes. (+ -130 pieces)
Large workshop panel for hanging brushes
with a beautiful cracked and crusty patina.
Trestles and ladder in the name of the sign.
Labels with injunctive formulas:
"Please put everything in its proper place"
"We are ready to clean the brushes".
All sold in one lot!