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Saunders Bakery & Teas

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 Confectioner & Tearooms in The Book of Shops, 1899.

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Introduction
When Hazle modelled 50 St Peter Street in the mid 1990s it was still Saunders, as it had been for over 100 years. This baker and confectioner served lunches and teas too. Photographing and mono printing local views was another enterprise. The sepia card below was one product, which Hazle studied to create her model. The shop window was painted just on this LP20.

Hazle Ceramics
Saunders Bakery
LP20: two-tone green/rare cow
on Canterbury Bakery

 Saunders as it was in late 1900s. There is a central door now instead of two side ones. The long row of flower boxes is on the second floor of the ceramic rather than the first.

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 King Charles II ate his breakfast inside in 1664! Westgate off St Peter’s Street was the principal city entrance, so further Royals may have visited. The site’s first bakehouse dates back to the 1200s.

 Saunders sold Rowntree goods. The Kings are likely to have been Edward VII, George V and George VI.
 The first Mr Saunders outside No 50 circa 1899.

 This traditional Victorian bread oven is fired by coal.

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