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Senior Production Executive: Nathan Eaton-Baudains Production Assistant: lan Till Group Advertisement Manager: Jane Washbourn International Sales: Victoria Stringer, tel: +33

Senior Production Executive: Nathan Eaton-Baudains Production Assistant: lan Till Group Advertisement Manager: Jane Washbourn International Sales: Victoria Stringer, tel: +33

492 75 82 08; fax: +33 492 75 82 46 Editorial Director: Alison Booth Publisher: Lisa Barnard Proprietor: James B Sherwood © 2002 The Illustrated London News Group. November 2002, Original articles and other contributions published in this journal may be reproduced only with spec
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01 November 2002 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
MANY OF the traditions that we now consider an essential part of Christmas originated in the Victorian era—the decorating of

MANY OF the traditions that we now consider an essential part of Christmas originated in the Victorian era—the decorating of

fir trees, theimageofSt Nicholas as a fat, jolly man wearing a red-and-white bobble hat, and even the giving of presents on Christmas Day were ideas that only gained popularity in the 19th century, The Christmas cracker has proved to be one of the most enduring of these—and the
01 November 2002 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
include a desk set of pencil sharpener, paperweight and blotter, a bottle stopper and goblet, and candlesticks and snuffer. The

include a desk set of pencil sharpener, paperweight and blotter, a bottle stopper and goblet, and candlesticks and snuffer. The

more modestly priced Jubilee crackers, centre, contain adorable miniature items, such as a chrome telescope and a silver-and-wooden peppermill. Renaissance crackers, £l,OOO for six. Jubilee crackers, £3OO for six. 181 Piccadilly, W 1 (020 7734 8040). THOMASGOODE Proclaiming thei
01 November 2002 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
top of the cracker hierarchy are Thomas Goode’s bespoke crackers, which come in a riot of glittering bows, embossed gold

top of the cracker hierarchy are Thomas Goode’s bespoke crackers, which come in a riot of glittering bows, embossed gold

and tactile, red velvet, above right. Choose anything your heart desires from the store to fill them—just don’t forget which cracker is destined for which guest! If you are pushed for time, a pre-filled pack of six, including gifts from Lalique and Herend, costs £750. 19 South A
01 November 2002 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
IN THE days before oysters were considered a delicacy, the vast quantities consumed by London’s poor generated problematic piles of

IN THE days before oysters were considered a delicacy, the vast quantities consumed by London’s poor generated problematic piles of

waste in the form of empty shells. So much so that, soon after moving in to Burlington House in 1815, Lord George Cavendish was dismayed to discover that over 40 tons of shells had been lobbed over the wall at the end of his garden. To solve the problem, he took the somewhat dra
01 November 2002 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
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oi* * Milt- 4s* ,-av >'■ r>V •vs* . 7. Lost Gardens: In the spirit of bringing something lost back

to London, the architects want to restore Vauxhail Gardens, which, before they closed in 1842, were situated on the south bank, near today's Coding Street, St Oswald's Place and Vauxhall Walk. Pepys, Dr Johnson, the nobility and royaltyvisited these gardens to feast and carouse.
01 November 2002 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
About the architects: Henry Shepherd and Mike Liverman are partners in the old, established London company ofßiscoe + Stanton Architects

About the architects: Henry Shepherd and Mike Liverman are partners in the old, established London company ofßiscoe + Stanton Architects

in Clerkenwell. They met at Bristol University, qualified in the same year and were made partners of Biscoe + Stanton in 1988. Together they have worked on such schemes as the restoration of the Wren church Garlickhythe in the City, after it was damaged by a crane falling across
01 November 2002 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England