Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Treasurer's House has the blues


This is Chapter House Street, behind the Minster, 50 yards to the left. The gates are worth a closer look, if you are a fan of wrought iron, then you must go to the Victoria and Albert museum next time you are in London; there is a long gallery (rooms 113-114, five sections of the website) full of wonderful examples of this craft.

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  1. This is sooo pretty and elegant! I might take a look at V&A next time.
    Last time I went there May/June I had a look at Quilting, and fashion/ a Grace Kelly dresses etc. Fantastic! The museum is huge..... so thanks for the guide-numbers 113/114.

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  2. I like how the arch meets at the light, as well as the corresponding colors. Nice find.

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  3. That's a lovely gate - I must visit the Treasurers House again, as well as the V&A (one of my favourite museums).

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  4. Beautiful. And elegant lamp above.

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