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Fribourg & Treyer

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One of Hazle’s earliest models in 1990. A listed building, the rare, deep-bowed front is found in architectural books. Original features include the mahogany shelves used to display Hazle Ceramics, now sold here by Fancy That of London.

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Hazle Ceramics
Fribourg & Treyer
Limited Painting of 30
on London Haymarket

20th Anniversary 2010
By Hazle & Doreen

 Company image circa mid-1900s. At 34 Haymarket gentlemen such as David Garrick, the Marquess of Queensbury, the Kings of Hanover and Belgium and British King George IV bought tobacco wares and toiletries 1720-1981. Today Wilson’s Snuff Mill in Sharrow creates and sells the Fribourg & Treyer blends.

£89.50 Worldwide
With Free Postage

 Original Adam screen still in the store.

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Snuff Stuff
In vogue again due to smoking bans, this smokeless ground tobacco taken by nose is usually flavoured. Several countries once used snuff for common ailments. There is a lower risk of lung cancer but it may cause nasal or oral disease. The moist US dipping tobacco or “snuff” applied to gums is banned elsewhere. Contents of tobacco-free snuff vary. Snuff accessories were a very lucrative trade in former times.

 Rasp & Crown sign

 34 Haymarket in Edwardian era c1910.
 F&T snuff and Qing Dynasty snuff jar. Above, rasps shaved tobacco for blending.

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