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Flaxman is named after Flaxman Terrace, a curving street in St. Pancras, south of the Euston Road. This was once the site of one of London's most notorious slums – Draper’s Place (renamed Brantome place in 1885) - described as “a vile slum where squalor, disease and death were rampant with immorality and crime". The Victorian piano factory of Eavestaff & Sons stood at the end of the street, which was given its commemorate the sculptor, John Flaxman
Regular Sizing: Arm 145mm, Bridge 20mm, Width 130mm, Lens Width 47mm
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