Happy weekend everyone. Above we carry on with our Lost London series, this time examining the now gone Biba Fashion store that emerged in the 1960s. What a groovy place it looked! The photo shows Twiggy - perhaps the face of London s Swinging Sixties - smoking a long cigarette in the Rainbow Room. Flanked by a couple of Biba figurines - originally designed by Max Leverrier. Two of our favourite things - the 1920s and the 1960s - in one potent hit.
Below we highlight an inticing array of pieces Just In - eclectic as ever, including a pair of immense gilt Louis XVI mirrors, a double bass chest of drawers and a pair of giant bronze Foo / temple dogs.
Hopefully everyone will be enjoying things opening up again whilst staying safe and perhaps - as I plan - taking a break from social media :)
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