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@fisher.london
Today is the 4-year anniversary of signing the lease of my shop. I can’t pretend it has been easy but it has been rewarding and a lot of fun. Thank you to friends, customers (often the same thing) and everyone who has supported me so far. Not you, Mr Hammond.
Sat 16th March 2019
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To RIBA for Perspectives on Architecture - Peter Barber: 100 Mile City because there are very few people thinking more radically than Peter about how to solve the housing crisis. You can find out more about this project and watch the film by Grant Gee by visiting the website: www.peterbarberarchitects.com. “We have 170,000 homeless people in London. London is one of the richest cities the world has ever known...the post war generation was building 100,000-150,000 houses a year across the country in the aftermath of the Second World War when this country was broke. We could afford to do it then. We seem not to be able to do it now.”
Tue 12th March 2019
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Happy #internationalwomensday2019 - ‘Nude’ limited edition signed etching by Neale Worley (b. 1962). [nfs]
Fri 8th March 2019
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12th century Persian fragment. 🔴
Fri 1st March 2019
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To King’s College on the Strand for the best interviewer/interviewee experience you could wish for: the charming and soigné @petercharlescrisp gently drawing out a stream of moving and hilarious anecdotes from his old schoolfriend, The Reverend Richard Coles for an excellent cause. Peter is chairman of the PSU, a legal charity which helps litigants facing civil or family court without representation, often in highly charged and distressing cases involving eviction from their home or access to their children. Their website thepsu.org will tell you more about the invaluable work they do.
Wed 27th February 2019
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I’m not really a car person and pale yellow isn’t my colour but I saw one of these being driven along Piccadilly today and it seemed to epitomise spring and I thought I don’t mind if I do and now I just need to find 125 grand or a generous benefactor...💛🍌💛
Sun 24th February 2019
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Mid to late 15th century Vietnamese ceramic jar from the Hoi An wreck. Encrusted with over 500 years of sea life. [nfs]
Fri 22nd February 2019
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A genuine privilege to attend the @jw_anderson A/W19 show and after party celebration yesterday. Jonathan is a rare and special talent. Pop over to the @jw_anderson page if you’d like to see the beautiful, sophisticated and utterly desirable new collection and be uplifted. My image shows a J W Anderson Khaki Bike bag, black tunic with contrasting stitching and neck band from a previous collection. I know this because it’s me ‘papped’ as I was entering the show. Delighted and highly amused to find this unexpectedly on the Instagram stories page today. Yes, I know my face has been cropped out. I’m sure they just ran out of space!
Tue 19th February 2019
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New Spring shop window display at night: proudly supporting the Chinese fake cherry blossom industry.
Sat 9th February 2019
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This is what a feminist dog looks like.
Fri 8th February 2019
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Late 18th c. Dutch Delft tile 🐫 #delfttilethursday 🔴
Thu 7th February 2019
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Late 19th century “Lucky pigs”: if they remain asleep your luck is in. If they wake up and walk away, they take your luck with them... or so the story goes. They’ve certainly worked for me for the past 10 years. Happy New Year. 🐷
Tue 5th February 2019
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Unproven provenance and not even convinced it’s him but still a wonderful portrait supposedly of Field Marshal Frederick Sleigh Roberts, 1st Earl Roberts, VC, KG, KP, GCB, OM, GCSI,GCIE, KStJ, VD, PC (1832-1914). Purchased with a large quantity of other memorabilia when the Lord Roberts’ Memorial Workshops for disabled ex-soldiers in Brompton Road closed down. The reverse reads, “By J S Sargent A R A one of his portraits for his picture of the Queen’s Drawingroom. [‘Drawingroom’ crossed out and replaced by ‘Ministers’]. Obtained from Mr Challenger of Twickenham who assisted Mr Sargent with his canvasses. Mr Sargent gave this to Mr Challenger and consented to my purchasing it.” ‘From Lady Edwina’ written on the frame. If anyone has further information or an opinion, I would welcome it.
Sun 3rd February 2019
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Essential delivery 🚚 to the shop last night. When the driver asked whether I had any shopping bags to recycle ♻️ I panicked, unpacked there and then and said you can have these back (thereby saving the planet and myself 30 pence).
Sat 2nd February 2019
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Caspar 🎾 ❄️
Fri 1st February 2019
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19th century ship’s decanters, unusual to be a pair and extremely rare in red. Circa 1830.
Fri 25th January 2019
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A friend has just sent me this ‘evidence’ from what he tells me is a highly respected scientific publication and after the day I’ve had, I’m not in a strong position to argue. #feministdayoff #spongebrainsquarepants
Wed 23rd January 2019
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Cock in high heels: charming detail from a sampler dated 1821. 🔴
Wed 23rd January 2019
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My lovely new friend, the stylist and writer @chariswhiteinteriors has written a wonderful blog illustrated with some super photos which really capture the essence of @fisher.london. The link can be reached through the website and instagram page of @chariswhiteinteriors which are both well worth a look for any number of reasons in addition to my feature! No money changed hands for this article but I should confess I offered up the traditional sherry bribe. Thanks also to @georgie_pridden who knows all the best people.
Sun 20th January 2019
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17th century Daddy Bear and cub: details from a pair of Dutch Delft tiles. Circa 1660. #delfttilethursday 🔴
Thu 17th January 2019
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