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Patisserie Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 13 pictures in our Patisserie collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Cartoon, January, Twelfth Night, Drawing Characters
Cartoon, January, Twelfth Night, Drawing Characters
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Selling pastries from a street stall in France, 1850
Selling pastries from a street stall in France, 1850
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Vendor with dog cart, Market Square, Bruges, Belgium
Vendor with dog cart, Market Square, Bruges, Belgium
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Lilac Tunic Dress 1914
Lilac Tunic Dress 1914
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Social/Naples Patisserie
Social/Naples Patisserie
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Rue du Noyer, Schaerbeek, Brussels, Belgium
Rue du Noyer, Schaerbeek, Brussels, Belgium
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Town square somewhere in France
Town square somewhere in France
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Maison Lyons advertisement, WW1
Maison Lyons advertisement, WW1
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Lyons Corner House advertisement, 1916
Lyons Corner House advertisement, 1916
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Bakery and patisserie on a French street
Bakery and patisserie on a French street
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Wenduine - La Digue - L'Hotel et la Patisserie Van Looy
Wenduine - La Digue - L'Hotel et la Patisserie Van Looy
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Switzerland - Les Avants - Boulangerie and Patisserie
Switzerland - Les Avants - Boulangerie and Patisserie
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Lyons Corner House advertisement, 1916 Featured Print

Lyons Corner House advertisement, 1916

Advertisement for the opening of the latest branch of J. Lyons & Co, in Oxford Street, London, opposite Bond Street tube station. Devoted to the sale of Confiserie and Patisserie, the cafe offered dainty confections prepared by the most accomplished and highly trained chefs. The restaurant section was open daily until 11 pm and full licensed and capable of accommodating 1000 people. To mark the opening of their latest establishment the Director were devoting half the total receipts on the opening day to the Star and Garter Fund to furnish and equip a home for permanently disabled sailors and soldiers, to occupy the famous site on Richmond Hill. Date: 1916

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Paris Patisserie/1890
Paris Patisserie/1890
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