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Greek gems

Greek gems

V JOHN BAKER WHITE y C.S. Closed Sundays W.B. Wise to book a table Akropolis, 34 Charlotte Street. (mus 2289.) C.S. A temporary move, due to rebuilding, has not in any way impaired the excellence of the Greek cook ing in this friendly restaurant. When they hand you the menu turn
2 January 1963 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
Europe's Caribbean

Europe's Caribbean

\doone beal THE WEST INDIAN RESORT ISLANDS of Jamaica, Barbados, Antigua and Tobago are so well known to their Anglo-American public that those who visit this archi pelago lying midway between the Americas tend to forget how many other European nations have had, or still have, a
2 January 1963 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
MARSHALL & SNELGROVE

MARSHALL & SNELGROVE

MARSHALL SNELGROVE MARSHALL SNELGROVE for many years "the first name in fashion" is now also a complete treasure-house of ideas for the home. The Household Departments, which are conveniently situated, include: ON THE THIRD FLOOR Carpets including a vast selection of Orientals. F
2 January 1963 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
LOOK, NO SNOW!: THE WEEK IN LONDON

LOOK, NO SNOW!: THE WEEK IN LONDON

LOOK, NO SNOW! It's quite as effective as the real thing with the added advantage that there's absolutely no danger of a sudden thaw. Mrs. Margaret Thatcher, M.P. for Fincliley and Parliamentary Under-Secretary to the Ministry of Pensions, was one of the first to try out Lillywhi
2 January 1963 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
RACING AT CHEPSTOW

RACING AT CHEPSTOW

Main event of the Chepstow Races Winter meeting was the Rhymney Breweries Steeplechase won by Mrs. D. Wright's Happy Spring. Lt.-Col. Harry Llewellyn and fellow directors of Rhymney Breweries held a pre-race lunch party Left: Mrs. George Francis Below: Lady Evans Bevan Lord Brec
2 January 1963 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
THE BRIDE WORE FUR...

THE BRIDE WORE FUR...

THE BRIDE WORE FUE Miss Venetia Margaret Quarry daughter of Mr. Richard St. Quarry, Gacldeshill House, Eversley, Hampshire, and of Lady Manor oft, of Mont ag Square, W.l, was married to Mr. Frederick Grant Barker, son of Major and Mrs. Edgar Barker, of King Edward' s Place, Wanho
2 January 1963 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
I TALK TO THE HEAD OF TALKS

I TALK TO THE HEAD OF TALKS

by Lord Kilbracken I GAVE UP MY TELEVISION SET AS A NEW YEAR resolution for 1962. Having now successfully weaned myself over the past year I do not intend to revert to the state of near addic tion that was beginning to afflict me. When the set was ever-present in my room, regard
2 January 1963 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
The night (& day) of the Ball

The night (& day) of the Ball

The night day) of the Ball Getting ready, Miss Clarissa Kinder sley Mr. Blair Hesketh and Miss Wendy Whitaker Among a litter of tombola tickets guests pick up prizes A near-700 dancers whirled the night away at the annual Snow Ball held at the Dorchester to benefit the Greater Lo
2 January 1963 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
THE BIG

THE BIG

18 THE TATLER 2 JANUARY 1963 M il |J ijijLr BY ANGELA INCE FASHION IN INTERIOR DESIGN IS INFLUENCED FROM THE TOP JUST AS MUCH AS FASHION IN CLOTHES, THOUGH IT MAY TAKE LONGER TO SEEP DOWN. IT IS, AFTER ALL, EASIER TO SHORTEN A SKIRT THAN TAKE UP A CUR TAIN, QUICKER TO BUY A NEW P
2 January 1963 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
CURTAINS AND FABRICS: Where to buy

CURTAINS AND FABRICS: Where to buy

CURTAINS AND FABRICS 3 it\i;\ni;is(.: Practically no pelmets at till, unless you have the Itintl of hit I Nth-century room that demands them. Instead, simple headings and pleats. Fabrics are ftlaiiter i cottons and linens rather than brocades. When patterns are used they are flat
2 January 1963 - The Tatler - London, London, England