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Burlington Bertie

Introduction
This model of a late 1800s Victorian building has a 1923 Art Nouveau facade with tracery on the wooden frontage that echoes many Arcade shops.

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 South facade on Piccadilly with Victorian, Italian Renaissance and Gothic influences. Commissioned in 1819 by Lord George Cavendish to prevent Regency ruffians throwing oysters shells into his side garden at Burlington House! The latter is now the Royal Academy of Arts.

Hazle Ceramics
Burlington Bertie
Only No 1/30 in the Burlington Arcade LP30 with Bertie name,
plus two unique shop windows
on Cambridge Art Nouveau Unique added platinum title is brighter on the actual ceramic
15th Anniversary 2005

 Beadle at north gate. Once from Lord Cavendish’s regiment to keep order, these “Burlington Berties” are now guides with extensive knowledge of London.

£99.50 Worldwide
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 With Royal Warrants and many listed stores, this Arcade is still the place to go for antique jewellery and silver plus fashion and much more. It was a film location for Patriot Games, Scandal and also 101 Dalmations.

 In the Music Hall days c1850-1918 Ella Shields and Vesta Tilley acted as men. Julie Andrews sang this song in the 1968 film, Star!.

Zoe Bradley’s hand-sculpted floral artworks in 2017 under the glazed roof and above a new Italian floor.

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