Fond of whisky, jazz, and women, Reverend Sidney Chambers gives clergymen a fresh image.
In London, Britain’s most familiar warning alerts you to the gap between the station platform and the Underground train.
By the time King George III approved the unpopular Tea Act of 1773, Josiah Wedgwood had been making exquisite English china for fourteen years.
An Art Nouveau-style accent lamp like this one adds everyday practicality to a dressing table or side table—enhancing the gracious look of a room, and shedding light whenever needed.
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