1942 ‘Time Capsule’ Apartment Discovered In Paris

Madame de Florian, a socialite and an actress, fled to the south of France during the second world war in 1942 and never returned.  The apartment was left untouched for over 70 years.

(story by Belloblog.com)

1942 ‘Time Capsule’ Apartment Discovered In Paris.

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2 thoughts on “1942 ‘Time Capsule’ Apartment Discovered In Paris

  1. I agree, it would be amazing to see the furniture, accessories, wallpaper, crown moulding, fireplaces and even her clothing. Being that she was a socialite, I’m sure she had some one-of-a-kind pieces.

    The fact that there was a painting by Giovanni Boldini of her discovered, with a love letter from him, is pretty incredible too.

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