Sunday, 20 May 2012

Hello again boys & girls, carrying on from yesterday here are some more splendid finds. These all come with the most wonderful provenance....
This enamelled shade is the actual shade that one glimpses in the railway waiting room when Trevor Howard shows Celia Johnson his new undergarments in the romantic 40's drama, "Briefs Encounter".
 This rather camp table lamp is the actual lamp you can see on the french armoire, just before Bette Davis force feeds Joan Crawford budgerigars in the chilling drama "What ever became of Baby Jean".
 These candlesticks can be clearly seen in the rather run down flat belonging to Peter o Toole in the wartime drama "Low rents in Arabia".
 And lastly these are the actual kitbags belonging to Sir Ralph Richardson, Sir Lawrence Olivier, Sir John Gielgud, Noel Coward & Jack Hawkins in the sparkling musical comedy of 1942 entitled "Five matelots go for a glass of ale in their local hostelry and have a thoroughly splendid evening"
More soon. Thank you very much.

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