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Swedish Exhibition, London: the glassware section

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NOTES: This is possibly an image taken for the Architectural Review, March 1931 of the Swedish Exhibition of Industrial Arts & Crafts, Dorland House, Lower Regent Street, London, held March 17- April 22, 1931.

Crown Liquor Saloon, Great Victoria Street, Belfast: close-up of the highly ornate restored interior of decorative tiles, wooden fixtures and etched glass panes

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NOTES: This is an outstanding example of a Victorian gin palace. It was saved from delapidation by the National Trust which purchased it in 1978 and undertook a three-year renovation to restore it to its original Victorian state.

The Red Lion public house, Duke of York Street, St James's, London: the highly polished counter in the saloon bar adorned with glassware and decorated glass panels

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NOTES: This is an outstanding example of a Victorian Rococo pub or gin palace. The early gin palace depended on the blaze of naked gas light to dazzle and attract its customers, while the Victorian saloon bar employed decorated glass to soften the glare.

The Red Lion public house, Duke of York Street, St James's, London: close-up of the decorated glass wall panelling

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NOTES: This is an outstanding example of a Victorian Rococo pub or gin palace. The early gin palace depended on the blaze of naked gas light to dazzle and attract its customers, while the Victorian saloon bar employed decorated glass to soften the glare.

Marshall Field Company Store (now Macy's on State Street), 101-149 North State Street, Chicago: the Tiffany Favrile glass mosaic domed ceiling on the fifth floor

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D. H. Burnham & Company
NOTES: Installed in 1907, this ceiling was designed by J. A. Holzer who was the chief mosaicist of the glass and decorating company, Tiffany Studios.It is reputed to be the largest Tiffany dome in existence.
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