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Fribourg & Treyer

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

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Introduction
An early model from 1990, Hazle painted this original store 20 years later for her Anniversary. A visit to Fancy That in this building was on the 2010 London Walk, to view the interior and Hazle Ceramics.

Hazle Ceramics
Fribourg & Treyer
Limited Painting of 30
Dark Red or Blue versions
on London Haymarket
With added 22 carat gold as seen
on the 1910 image above right.
The upper windows taken from Oxford High Street add to the symmetry wanted for the model.

 1950s era. From 1720-1981 this shop supplied toiletries, tobacco wares, snuff and snuff boxes to local gentlemen’s clubs such as Boodles, Whites and Brook’s. King George IV and his only daughter Princess Charlotte, previous Kings of Hanover and Belgium and former Dukes of Cambridge and Sussex were among the Royal clients.

20th Anniversary 2010
By Hazle & Doreen

£59.50 Worldwide
With Free Postage

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 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.

 Some Fancy That gifts including Hazle Ceramics!

 This Adam screen is still inside, with 1700s counters, shelving and cash desk.

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