Getting rubbed up the right way
The Wyndham Centre, a new venture in Hatton Garden, Central London, is in striking contrast to the long-established business of the street - buying and selling jewellery. An institution dedicated to 'pain relief and getting the whole body back into working order', it sits between the London Diamond Club and Gold Star ('We purchase all gold and silver articles'). The centre was designed for its empty ground-floor retail unit by designer Robin Locke of Amalgam. According to director Alison ...
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