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WALLS: Where to buy

WALLS: Where to buy

WALLS BAAAEABERG: are mainly textured-- if fabric is used, it is less likely to be the luxuri ously expensive type like velvet or tlamask, more likely to he cotton or linen." He imports from Japan strongly-woven yrass papers, and smooth silk ones. BMCKS: "||y> are using very few
2 January 1963 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
Where to buy

Where to buy

Top: red lacquer tray-topped table, made to order, £22 10s. It stands on an antique Spanish rug, £38. Bowls in earthy colours are from 18s., the ring boxes £1 5s. All at David Hicks Right: typical of the luscious, deep-etched look of some 17th-century furniture, a sideboard at D
2 January 1963 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
FURNITURE

FURNITURE

BAXXEXBEBG: '■'■Good period furniture is always good, wilt always be used. But with the general feeling for simplicity. the period is moving bach from ISth to I7tlt century when they mtale good honest functional furniture with no frills.*1 HICKS: The fashion in furni ture is ver
2 January 1963 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
ADVENTURE AFLOAT: John Fisher reviews the 1963 Boat Show

ADVENTURE AFLOAT: John Fisher reviews the 1963 Boat Show

AIJVtN I UKt Ik AFLOAT John Fisher reviews the 1 963 Boat Show ADVENTURE IS THE UNSPOKEN theme of this year's Daily Express International Boat Show, ninth of its kind, which is open from 2 until 12 January at Earls Court. Last year, the artificial pool in which various dream-boat
2 January 1963 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
COUNTERSPY: THE ONE DAY IN THE WEEK WHEN

COUNTERSPY: THE ONE DAY IN THE WEEK WHEN

COUNTERSPY BY ELIZABETH WILLIAMSON THE ONE DAY IN THE WEEK WHEN more people have more time to shop is the one day when the big stores shut their shutters slam at one. So shopping tends to be a local affair on Saturday afternoon with out-of-town stores drawing the crowds. People p
2 January 1963 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
IN denim in

IN denim in

IN w p LJ m B ^1 Ib ^jfrefl Bps- W&k* J| 4 B js Placed high on the list for most women's resolu tions for 1963 is the perennial private promise to co-ordinate her clothes cupboard 1 betterthan she did S last year. Elizabeth I Dickson looks ahead to next season and scoops the fabr
2 January 1963 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
Puzzle for gardeners

Puzzle for gardeners

it ■nil THE TULIP TREE HAYMARKET THEATRE (JOHN CLEMENTS, GEORGE BENSON, HAROLD SCOTT, CELIA JOHNSON, LYNN REDGRAVE) THE MOST IMPORTANT AND THEREFORE THE FIRST thing to be said about Mr. N. C. Hunter's new play is that it is extremely well written. It contains some acute philosop
2 January 1963 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
Lawrence or not--see it

Lawrence or not--see it

Lawrence or not see it MB LAWRENCE OF ARABIA DIRECTOR DAVID LEAN (PETER O'TOOLE, ALEC GUINNESS, ANTHONY QUINN, ANTHONY OUAYLE, OMAR SHARIF) HATARI DIRECTOR HOWARD HAWKS (JOHN WAYNE, ELSA MARTINELLI) IT'S MY LIFE DIRECTOR JEAN-LUC GODARD (ANNA KARINA, SADY REBBOT, ANDRE S. LABARTH
2 January 1963 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
About Bossa Nova

About Bossa Nova

QIHIW MMM m [Mil MMm JAZZ SAMBA BY STAN GETZ/CHARLIE BYRD DESAFIN ADO BY ELLA FITZGERALD DIZZY ON THE FRENCH RIVIERA BY DIZZY GILLES PIE LATIN IMPRESSIONS BY CHARLIE BYRD IN A LATIN BAG BY CAL TJADER GETTIN' WITH IT BY BENNY GOLSON EVERY NOW AND THEN A NEW IDEA WILL GET swept in
2 January 1963 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
The Thurber thing

The Thurber thing

BMBIMIB ALARMS DIVERSIONS BY JAMES THUR BER (6s.) PORTRAIT OF HEMINGWAY BY LILLIAN ROSS (2s. 6d.) THE PRINCESSE DE CLEVES BY MME. DE LAFAYETTE (3s. 6d.) PENGUINS THE DANCER'S HERITAGE BY IVOR GUEST (6s.) PELICAN THE LITTLE PRINCE BY ANTOINE ST. EXUPERY (3s. 6d.) PUFFIN THE AGE O
2 January 1963 - The Tatler - London, London, England