Well I have something for you all today.... I found a while ago, in a antique shop, a needle case. It is probably something like 80 odd years old. In the back is a label and it reads.
Made by the totally disabled. 42 Ebury Street ( that's in London) and it was made by an injured soldier from the 1st world war!! It is stunning.
I can not find out much about all of this dear readers, so can anyone help me? I found an article in the news paper archives.
The Spectator, page 17, 30 April 1932
Exhibition and sale of work done by disabled ex servicemen belonging to the industry 42 Princes Gate S.W