FOR A LIMITED TIME:

Buy a copy of MADE IN FRANCE by March 15 and get Laura Morelli’s on-demand lecture, Made in France, free!

Here’s how to claim your gift:

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Click here to buy MADE IN FRANCE at the retailer of your choice. Read in your favorite format—paperback, e-book, or audio!

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Offer is valid for all editions (paperback, e-book, and audiobook) and for orders from all online bookstores.

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About the book:

Baccarat crystal. Limoges porcelain. Scented gloves and handmade Parisian umbrellas. The prized digestifs, Armagnac and Cognac.

Organized by region, with one chapter devoted to Paris, MADE IN FRANCE takes you on a complete tour of the dazzling artisanal legacy of France, uncovering off-the-beaten-path destinations and one-of-a-kind, hidden workshops where everything from lingerie to chocolate is turned out completely by hand, piece by piece.

This book includes instructions for getting a free copy of the companion guide, ARTISANS OF FRANCE, with complete, continually updated listings of Laura’s personally recommended shops and artisans across France.

Laura Morelli, art historian and trusted guide in the world of cultural travel and authentic shopping, leads you behind the tourist traps to discover some of France’s most traditional arts.

Click here to grab the books today.

 

About the lecture:

Baccarat crystal. Limoges porcelain. Scented gloves and handmade Parisian umbrellas. The prized digestifs, Armagnac and Cognac. This on-demand, 50-minute lecture takes you on a whirlwind tour of the dazzling artisanal legacy of France, uncovering off-the-beaten-path destinations and one-of-a-kind, hidden workshops where everything from lingerie to chocolate is turned out completely by hand.

 

 

What You’ll Learn:

  • Why French artisanal traditions are still living traditions
  • How travelers can discover authentic French artisans
  • 5 questions to ask before you buy a French souvenir

With advice on how, what, and where to buy, and hints on recognizing quality and authenticity, this lecture is the perfect introduction to bringing home the artisanal treasures of France.

This lecture was recorded live at the Boivin Center for French Language and Culture at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, near Boston, Massachusetts.

Until March 15, I’m unlocking this lecture free for readers of my book, Made in France. At midnight EST on March 15, the course will go to its regular price of $49.

 

Scroll up and grab your copy of MADE IN FRANCE, then take advantage of this offer before it disappears.