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Bond and High Streets

Bond and High Street Gallery

Bond and High Streets

Mr. Peece calmly waits in his office ready to assist the family when they are ready to leave.

Bond and High Streets

On the first floor of Peece Undertaker’s building, a family pays final respects before heading to the cemetery.

Bond and High Streets

 The ground floor of the Peece establishment is a shop with everything a lady may need for her mourning wardrobe in colours appropriate for the different stages of mourning.

Bond and High Streets

 R.I. Peece Undertaker and Mourning Clothing shop is at the far end of High Street. Mr. Lazarus has his horses and funeral hearse ready for a client.

Bond and High Streets

Upstairs, in Madam Aurelie’s, Lady Smithford looks with great fondness at the beautiful new dress that Madame Aurelie (also pictured) has made for her daughter, Cynthia.

Bond and High Streets

In Madame Aurelie’s Lady Whittington asks, “Do you not have a black plumed fan to match my hat?”

Bond and High Streets

Terrence, the coachman, takes some ladies on a ride on High Street. So much to see! They are just in front of the Fox and Sons Grocers which is next to Madame Aurelie’s renowned dress shop.

Bond and High Streets

Elsie is the head seamstress in Aurelie’s workroom. She is hard at work on a bespoke gown for a client while one of her young assistants works on another garment.

Bond and High Streets

While his brother, Alex, is outside the shop assisting with the fruit and veg cart, Robert Fox is helping a lady with a selection of hams and cheeses. Their father, Sam, is minding the till.

Bond and High Streets

Fox and Sons Grocers holds a premier spot on High Street and has a loyal clientele. Above the grocers is the dressmaker for Aurelie’s ,the best ladies shop in Smallsea.

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