Puyloubier - Craftsman
Olive tree wood work shop.
Michel shapes olive tree wood to make salad bowls, coffee tables, sculptures from the root and contemporary works.
He will tell you about his trade and will make you share his passion and technic for this art.
- Pets allowed
- Private parking
Information provided by OT Aix en Provence
90 chemin Du Puits de Daim
- 06 12 71 36 91
04 42 66 91 88
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