A Piece of Britain - award winning heritage by Hazle Ceramics
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Antiques Shop

 34 Haymarket in Edwardian times c1910. The street’s name is from a 1663 livestock market closed in 1830 by ever richer locals.

 TV antiques presenter Eric Knowles said that Hazle Ceramics are innovative, splendid and architecturally interesting!

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Hazle Ceramics
Antiques Shop
on London Haymarket
Upper windows from Oxford High Street create symmetry
Pretty cherry curtains not pink

Hazle first saw this store in a book and it became an early model in 1990. A visit to Fancy That’s shop here was on the 20th Anniversary London Walk in 2010, to view the building and Hazle Ceramics.

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 1700s Adam screen and counters are still inside.

 From 1720-1982 Fribourg &Treyer sold toiletries and tobacco wares to gentlemen clubs such as Brook’s, Whites and Boodles. King George IV, the Kings of Hanover and Belgium and the Dukes of Cambridge and Sussex were amongst the Royal clientele.

 This deep-bowed front is London’s last, as a 1774 Building Act banned depths over 10 inches onto streets... Note Fancy That’s dolls plus fanlight windows over the doors.

 Fancy That’s ceramics on original 1700s shelves.

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