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Isaak Soreau Still Life with Delft Platter and Grapes in a Basket century

French print: L'Apres-Dinee des Anglais, c1816, from Fitzwilliam Museum. There's that infamous chamber pot in the dining room....

The French thought English dining manners a trifle strange (especially by sending the ladies from the room after the food has been consumed, so that they could drink to excess). Note the gentleman in the corner relieving himself and missing the pot.

Complete meal cooked in pottery and over coals. All directions!!

Complete meal cooked in pottery and over coals. Easy meals for outside activities or group gatherings

$220.00  Free-standing lemon topiary in a blue and white chinoiserie pot.  Pigment and varnish on wood, produced from an original Katharine Barnwell oil painting.  22 1/8”h x 14 2/3”w x 3/8”d (add 4” depth for the stand)  Stand is hinged so that piece can be stored flat.

$220.00 Free-standing lemon topiary in a blue and white chinoiserie pot. Pigment and varnish on wood, produced from an original Katharine Barnwell oil painting. 22 1/8”h x 14 2/3”w x 3/8”d (add 4” depth for the stand) Stand is hinged so that piece can be stored flat.

1600-1650 English Tyg at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Tyg

English Tyg at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London

skillet, Anonymous, 1400 - 1500 | Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen h. 15.5 x w. 27.5 cm

skillet 1400 - 1500 Dimensions h. cm Material and technique lead glaze, redware

1738 British Dummy board of a grenadier at the National Army Museum, London - From the curators' comments: "Life-size, cut-out figures painted on wood, often called dummy boards, were fashionable in grand houses in the eighteenth century. They were a sort of decorative joke designed to surprise visitors. Standing at the end of a passage or in the corner of a room, a dummy board would look, at first sight, like a real person."

1738 British Dummy board of a grenadier at the National Army Museum, London…

1956. “…the one unforgivable fault.” | One Of The Biggest Con Jobs In Advertising History

1956. '...the one unforgivable fault.'

century, Lysol disinfectant — because of the illegality of female contraceptives — was the selling 'feminine hygiene' product.

Pair of Dummy boards (Austria)

Pair of Dummy boards at Hansord, in Lincoln, England.

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