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Kings Road (Chelsea)

The Pheasantry at no. 152 Kings Road, built in 1769, was originally used to raise pheasants for the Royal household. In the early 1900s it was the home of Eleanor Thornton, the favourite model of artist and sculptor Charles Sykes who was probably the model for Sykes’ famous Rolls Royce mascot ‘The Spirit of Ecstasy’. 79 more words

Kings Road (Chelsea)

The Pheasantry at no. 152 Kings Road, built in 1769, was originally used to raise pheasants for the Royal household. In the early 1900s it was the home of Eleanor Thornton, the favourite model of artist and sculptor… 92 more words

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Top 5 Christmas Windows on King's Road, Chelsea

I’m a sucker for a good window display and styling, partly because I understand the amount of work and planning involved and can appreciate a well thought out concept. 406 more words

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New Bracelets for Chelsea Show!

Here’s what I’ve been working on recently, a selection of new silver bracelets with freshwater pearls. A combination of designs and colours which can be made to order. 37 more words

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The Contemporary Craft & Design Fair, Chelsea

Come to the Kings Road and experience the Contemporary Craft & Design Fair at the Old Town Hall from 14-16 November. I will be exhibiting with lots of new pieces and I hope to see you there!

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How to: Maintain a salon spray tan at home

Summer is officially in full-swing and the pale legs are out for all to see, so treat yourself to a quick and easy all-over tan by paying a visit to your local London salon… 410 more words

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