Sea Shells 1956

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Balham, London.

M/S of a dining room with simplistic decor and furniture; Millicent Rich enters and places a large sea fan on the sideboard. C/U of the fan as commentator talks of the harvest of the sea bed that is finding a place in contemporary design; Millicent is Europe's only woman importer...



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CP 069
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01:18:15:00 / 01:20:04:00
CP 069
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