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The Empty Chair: Designing A ‘Royal’ Experience

Today’s publishing date of this post marks an important date for nineteenth-century historians, for it was on Tuesday 22nd January 1901 that Queen Victoria died, at the grand old age of 81 at her beloved Osborne House.  The royal couple … Continue reading

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The Fifth Day of an 1862 Christmas…

On the fifth day of Christmas the 1862 Committee gave to me… five Gold Rings While lots of the objects which were displayed at the 1862 International Exhibition were huge in scale, this was not universally the case.  Others were … Continue reading

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