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world bazaar furniture - Djembe Drum,
Djembe Drum, Bongo Percussion African Drum, 9"H
Djembe Drum, Bongo Percussion African Drum, 9"H
Traditionally used in Balinese rituals and ceremonies, the Djembe drum has become synonomous with drumming circles around the globe. Hand carved out of a single piece of hardwood, these instruments are embellished with a traditional dot-painted design. Enjoy the exotic sounds of Bali with this artistic instrument. Features a goatskin drumhead.
Shown here is a sample of the assortment we carry. Because these insturments are individually crafted, each is unique; hence the pattern and color of the item you receive may differ slightly. YOU MAY RECEIVE A PAINTED OR CARVED DRUM, depending upon our inverntory. Hairline cracks and discoloration of the drum head, if present, do not affect the durability of the drum, rather they are characteristics of a handmade product.
Materials: Mahogany Wood
Dimensions: Approx. 9"H x 5.5"W
Due to the handmade nature of this product, please allow for minor size variations. (+/- 1")
Color and pattern may vary from the picture. Handmade - Please allow for minor variations

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Castle Street BS1 Street Map - 1937 - 1-88
Castle Street BS1 Street Map - 1937 - 1-88
Castle Street 1-2 Montague Burton, Tailors 3 London Boot Co.,Boots and Shoes 4A J. Lyons & Co., Caterers 5-6 Fifty Shilling Tailors 7 Graftons, Ladies' Outfitters 8 Willerby, Tailors 9 Faiman, Gowns 10 Max Stone Ltd, Wireless Dealers 11 A.L. Salisbury Ltd, Fancy Goods 12-13 Halford's, Cycle Accessories 14 Masters, Clothiers 15 Stuckey & Sons, Hosiers 16 R.Hill & Sons, Cutlers 17 Manchester Clearing House, Domestic Stores 18-22 Bristol Co-op Society 67 J.S. Richards Ltd, Outfitters 68 Luton & Brand, Tailors 69-70 G. Jones & Co. Ltd, Hardware, China and Furniture 71 Standard of England, Public House 72-73 Willsons Ltd, Ladies' Outfitters 74 Timpson, Boots and Shoes 75 Collis.Tailors 76 Easiephit, Footwear 77 Paige, Gowns 77A Castle Food Arcade (Castle Billiards Hall above) 78-79 Savill, Furriers and Costumier 79A Swift Shoe Service, Repairers 80-81 James Barrington, Furrier and Costumier 82 Regent Cinema 83 Wallis, Costumiers 84-86 True-Form, Boots and Shoes 88 Garlick & Sons, Outfitters Castle Mill Street 4-7 Vacant 8 Kemp, Cycle Repairs 9 S. Britton, Butcher 10-11 Vacant 12 W.J. Reed, Frame & Malago Inspector 13-14 Vacant 15 Curwen-Miller, Paint 16 G. Boyce, Fruiterers 17 H. Salanson, Photos 18 Locke, Shoe Repairs Lower Castle Street 1-2 Montague Burton, Tailors 3 London Boot Co.,Boots and Shoes 4A J. Lyons & Co., Caterers 5-6 Fifty Shilling Tailors 7 Graftons, Ladies' Outfitters 8 Willerby, Tailors 9 Faiman, Gowns 10 Max Stone Ltd, Wireless Dealers 11 A.L. Salisbury Ltd, Fancy Goods 12-13 Halford's, Cycle Accessories 14 Masters, Clothiers 15 Stuckey & Sons, Hosiers 16 R.Hill & Sons, Cutlers 17 Manchester Clearing House, Domestic Stores 18-22 Bristol Co-op Society 67 J.S. Richards Ltd, Outfitters 68 Luton & Brand, Tailors 69-70 G. Jones & Co. Ltd, Hardware, China and Furniture 71 Standard of England, Public House 72-73 Willsons Ltd, Ladies' Outfitters 74 Timpson, Boots and Shoes 75 Collis.Tailors 76 Easiephit, Footwear 77 Paige, Gowns 77A Castle Food Arcade 78-79 Savill, Furriers and Costumier 79A Swift Shoe Service, Repairers 80-81 James Barrington, Furrier and Costumier 82 Regent Cinema 83 Wallis, Costumiers 84-86 True-Form, Boots and Shoes 88 Garlick & Sons, Outfitters The following numbers - 1-22 and 67-88 Castle Street 1-2 Montague Burton Ltd - Tailors This building was on the site known as Apex Corner. Montague Burton had two other shops in Castle Street and also one in Wine Street. 3 London Boot Co. (Upsons Ltd) Bool Dealers 4 & 4a J. Lyons & Co. Ltd - Caterers The business was listed as a restaurant in a local guide dated 1938, but is remembered as a tea shop. Frequented by many before attending the Regent Cinema, which was opposite, Lyons also had premises at 5 Wine Street. The building survived the blitz but Lyons vacated the premises in November 1940 and by 1944 it was occupied by Montague Burton. It was the last shop to trade in Castle Park. First tea shop opened in London. 5-6 The Fifty Shillings Tailors (Prices Tailors 1928 Ltd) - Tailors Fifty shillings (?2.50) was the price for a three-piece suit, and for ten shillings (50)p) you could buy an extra pair of trousers. This was one of over 300 depots operated by this company, all located in principal cities and towns. 7 Graftons (Fashion Specialists) Ltd - Ladies' Outfitters - This was the site where Marks & Spencer's Fenny Bazaar originally opened in 1907. 8 Willerby & Co. Ltd - Tailors 9 M. Faiman - Gown Specialists 10 Max Stone Ltd - Wireless Apparatus Dealers Traded from 54 Castle Street after the war. 11 A.L Salisbury Ltd - Fancy Goods 12-13 Halford Cycle Co. Ltd - Cycle Accessories - Halfords also had premises in 3 Narrow Wine Street, which sold cycles, the Castle Street premises concentrating on the sale of cycle accessories. - Upper Floors: On the first and second floors above 12—14 Castle Street were the drawing office and pattern-making shop of Llewellins & James Ltd. 14 Masters & Co. (Clothiers) Ltd Clothiers 15 C. Stuckey & Son Ltd - Hosiers Between Nos 15 and 16 Castle Street was Star Passage, a lane leading to the Star public house (main entrance in Cock and Bottle Lane). 16 R. Hill & Son - Cutlers The business was owned by S. Palmer (who had other premises in Bristol) and moved to 82 Gloucester Road after the blitz. 17 The Manchester Clearing House Domestic Stores (Proprietor: L.W. Woolf) The occupiers of this building changed frequently during the late 1930s, Salisbury, Bags and Merriotts, Radio Dealers being there immediately before The Manchester Clearing House. 18-22 Bristol Co-operative Society Ltd Department Store 23-66 W.J. Welch - Boots & Shoes 67 J.S. Richards Ltd - Outfitters Following the blitz in November 1940 they (like many other retailers in this area) opened premises in Gloucester Road within a
Entrance to the Grand Bazaar, Istanbul
Entrance to the Grand Bazaar, Istanbul
The Grand Bazaar The Grand Bazaar (Kapal?cars?) in Istanbul is one of the largest covered markets in the world with 60 streets and 5,000 shops, and attracts between 250,000 and 400,000 visitors daily. It is well known for its jewellery, hand-painted ceramics, carpets, embroideries, spices and antique shops. Many of the stalls in the bazaar are grouped by type of goods, with special areas for leather, gold jewellery and the like. The bazaar has been an important trading centre since 1461 and its labyrinthine vaults feature two bedestens (domed buildings), the first of which was constructed between 1455 and 1461 by the order of Sultan Mehmed the Conqueror. The bazaar was vastly enlarged in the 16th century, during the reign of Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent, and in 1894 underwent a major restoration following an earthquake. The complex houses two mosques, four fountains, two hamams, and several cafes and restaurants. In the centre is the high domed hall of the Cevahir Bedesten, where the most valuable items and antiques were to be found in the past, and still are today, including furniture, copperware, amber prayer beads, inlaid weapons, icons, mother-of-pearl mirrors, water pipes, watches and clocks, candlesticks, old coins, and silver and gold jewellery set with coral and turquoise. A leisurely afternoon spent exploring the bazaar, sitting in one of the cafes and watching the crowds pass by, and bargaining for purchases is one of the best ways to recapture the romantic atmosphere of old Istanbul.

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