As in previous years, the Belle Etoile is holding an Artisan Market in the mail arcade of its shopping centre.

The various artisans are displaying their crafts to showcase their art, their passion and their imagination. They work with wood, stone, leather, metal, wool ... and offer a host of original gifts. From one end to the other of the shopping centre, a total of 23 artisans will surprise shoppers with their know-how, from now up to 24 December.

To name but a few: Guy Deltour and his blue stone sculptures; Georges Larondelle and his rare wooden jewels; Brigitte Leclercq, weaver; Paul Peters wood turner; Evelyne Pourrut and her paintings on silk; Michael Huber, wood carver; Dominique Mosseray and Fabrizio Tranquilli, ceramists; Lily Weisgerber of the weaving workshop; Willy Loedts, leather craftsman, Roberto Kocchiu from the Kuatromanos art jewellery studio; René Krieger and his paintings made with timepieces; Nicole Adam, glass artist (beads and fusing); Jaana Antola and her creations based on glass beads ... not to mention the Salzburger Fellhof and her sheepskin items.

Also there is a computer that embroiders to personalise a wide choice of towels and bathrobes.