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The Dairy and Barber

 The two shops on Thames Street. Windsor Castle is opposite and part of its perimeter wall is casting a shadow on the road, left.

 Fudge Kitchen and Coffea were here when Hazle modelled this in 2002 - and still in 2018. The 1700s buildings “fold” where they meet! No 20 left has English Bond brickwork, with Flemish Bond at No 21. Replacement windows are the only things with straight lines!

Introduction
This pair of shops were here for 50 years from the early 1900s, including when The Queen lived in Windsor as a child. As well as supplying Windsor Castle’s household, Windsor Farm Shop now sells fresh foods and gifts to local people and many tourists.

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Hazle Ceramics
Dairy and Barber Prototype
on Windsor Thames Street
One-Off AP by Hazle & Chris McAllister
Hazle painted all lettering on the shops Very crisp modelling indicates being cast off the Master Mould. A piece is tested, then Casting Moulds are made from the Master. The shop windows, blue blinds and single barber’s pole are all unique.

£135 Worldwide
With Free Postage

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 Barber, F D Bedford 1899. Royal barbers Trumpers in London still offer wet shaving.

 Unisex hair left and The Dairy in early 1900s. Hairdressers here were once said to visit the Castle.

 This former Royal Dairy once supplied both Windsor Castle and other Royalty living nearby. The modern Royal farmshop and cafe in Windsor has a range of dairy products and much more.

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