Deco or what!
Ron, some stunning pieces there .
If you ever go down to Felixstowe (on the Nats cruise), go down to 'Old felixstowe', there's a whole row of cliff-top houses that look absolutely lovely.
Though I bet in winter, facing a couple of hundred miles of north sea they'd be a bit draughty!
Bits and bobs for the house.
Some nice stuff frfom Melbourne
jut remembered our local swimming baths, just about to be demolished to make way for yet another T*sc*
some lovely period touches totally went over the heads of the town planners
Love Art Deco too. We have an original tiled Deco fireplace, which wss one of the main reasons for buying the house! Even our 47 Chevy has several Deco touches, particularly the dash.
Phunkie Hiboy - love your stuff. I notice the relection of the English Rose aluminium kitchen units in one of the photo's. We have one of those too. Do you sell many pieces? Do you have a website? If anyone visits Bideford in Devon check out Deco World shop near the Pannier Market. Amazing stuff - but unfotunately amazing prices!
It's a shame how the few Art Deco buildings that were built in this country have mostly been demolished or changed beyond recognition.
Talking about lack of recognition they want to knock down the Odeon cinema in North End over here Mick. Absolute sacrilege , they don't come more deco than Odeon
How about this for Industrial Deco style?
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Kev, you may be interested to know that the worlds largest collection of Deco buildings is here in Dallas Texas, built for the 1936 Worlds Fair. Google Fair Park Dallas for pics and history.
Its Kismet, do I need to send you a calendar of rod events that I will be attending? The first Texas Billetproof is coming up!
From recent posts I know you and Marian [Marion?] could use a break, and the spare room is empty.
I knew there was huge amount over there ,is it Florida that had loads of Deco as well.?
Cheers for the kind offer Pete ( yes it is MariAn ,not a typo )
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