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Blue Mountains Tourist : Winter 2010
As seen on ABC TV and "Fresh" "Getaway" "Sydney Weekender" "The Great Outdoors" and in "The Collector" "Sydney's Hidden Treasures" "Sydney Escapades" 20-22 Grose Street LEURA NSW 2780 AUSTRALIA Phone 02 4784 3117 Fax 02 4784 3078 Email firstname.lastname@example.org www.bygonebeautys.com.au Open 7 days • 10am -5.30pm Bygone Beautys "Treasured Teapot Collection" is fast becoming one of the most popular attractions in the Blue Mountains. Located one block east of the Leura shopping centre, the Antique Centre houses the world's largest private teapot collection. This collection was commenced 30 years ago by Ronald Hooper, however with the establishment of Bygone Beautys in 1992 along with Maurice Cooper as joint proprietor, the collection really expanded. There are now over 3000 teapots on display with rare and exotic exhibits including a 300-year-old cast iron Chinese teapot, an Australian Pan teapot, Bunnykins, Art Deco, a Staffordshire reported to be from the Paris Exhibition and a Wedgwood Cream Ware dating back to 1792. You will also see an array of antiques, estate jewellery, collectables, Shelley china, giftwares, soft furnishings, furniture, lamps, gift cards, mirrors and much more in Bygone Beautys Antique Emporium. Bygone Beautys also serves a delicious Devonshire Tea or partake of their Traditional Tea, served silver service on a trolley to your table. They have light lunches as well, soup, sandwiches, cakes, hot and cold refreshments, served amidst the Teapot Collection in their Tearoom. ANTIQUE CENTRE & TEAROOM "Treasured Teapot Collection" Stop 21 Stop 5 winter 2010 www.bluemountainstouristnewspaper.com.au 13