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Le Moule à Sucre

Saint-Jean-Port-Joli • Destination Région L'Islet
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Le Moule à Sucre
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Le Moule à Sucre

Contact details

248, street de Gaspé Est (Route 132)
Saint-Jean-Port-Joli Québec, G0R 3G0
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418 598-7828
514 926-5284

info@lemouleasucre.com

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Description

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Jewellery galore! Over 30 jewellers propose their creations, from the most unassuming to the most eccentric! Blown or fused glass, metal, Fimo clay, mid- beads, fibres, silverware, natural stones. Original works made with textiules, glass and other surprising materials. Wide assortment of cards.
Meet Roberto Di Giulio, the youngest antique dealer in the province and a specialist in furniture crafted with Québec pine.

For Real!

Roberto Di Giulio, Le Moule à Sucre

Certifications et distinctions

    • Grand Prix Régional - 2015
    • Grand Prix Régional - 2016

    Schedule and prices

    Schedule

    May 7 to June 17, Wednesday to Sunday: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; from June 18 to September 5, daily from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. (until 8 p.m. from mid-July to mid-August); September 6 to October 10, daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. From December 4-24, daily. Garden terrace. Packages with entertainment or a
    rally for groups upon reservation. Free admission.

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    Articles

    Curious Nature A shopping spree in Saint-Jean-Port-Joli

    A perfect way to discover the know-how and culture of Saint-Jean-Port-Joli, which abounds with an impressive number of specialty shops, art galleries and artists' studios. You'll find a host of Quebec creators in crafts, painting, jewellery, stained glass, traditional and contemporary sculpture. It is also the ideal place to find original gifts made locally.

    Arrêts Gourmands

    Gourmet stops

    Arrêts Gourmands The know-how of our gourmet stops - Le Moule à Sucre: ambassador of Quebec terroir

    It was in 2002 that Roberto Di Giulio and Nathalie Niemeyer moved to Saint-Jean-Port-Joli, very close to the water. They set their sights on a large and magnificent old-style barn which then housed a flea market on Avenue de Gaspé. Transformed into a Quebec antique store in 2004, the place already demonstrated the owners' concern for sharing the treasures from here. The antiques have since given way to a wide selection of gourmet artisan products from all regions of Quebec as well as a full floor of art objects and works by regional artists.

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