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be (Dost Txti&ezimii) jStore in Cfocaiuiati. , iTatikpjpufo attend The (DojStfctaetin npening' Cr-HERE Cr-HERE Cr-HERE are two things that givi most of jj us more pleasure than almost anything else in the world. One is the beautifying of our own homes. The other is the selection of gifts for loved ones. I Us because the Closson inhibits this year are a veritable treasure trove of the most magnificent furnishings and the most exquisite remembrances by far the largest, most varied, most artistic, and most moder ately priced stocks in the Closson history that the Closson Opening will be a sheer delight to every visitor. It is not possible here to name a fractional part of the Interesting articles on display,. We can only suggest the attractions on each and every floor, knowing that the fascination of the exhibits themselves- themselves- will make you stop involuntarily for the study and admiration of the individual pieces. First Floor A wealth of exclusive gift luggcstion, that are not duplicated elsewhere. All of them remarkable values, most, of them surprisingly low priced,, many so inexpensive that no gift giver need be satisfied with anything less than the distinctive Closson taste and originality. Sheffield Silver Sterling Silver Venetian Class English Tea Sett Dresden China Special Frames Wedgwood China I larger Pottery' Oil Paintings Framed Pictures Etchings ' Color Prints Lamps and Shades Smoker Sets Venetian Leather Borghese Pottery , Majolica Ware Chinese Cloisonne Book Ends Marble Tables Second Floor Ruakin Pottery Humidors Lustre Vases Cowan Pottery Marble Statuary .Bronze Statuary Marble Pedestals Bretby Pottery French Cloclc Sets Dek Set Devoted almost exclusively to suggestions for Interior furnishing snd decorating, as developed by the Closson decorating staff. The exhibit ' includes a series of rooms showing unusualyet harmonious, treatments. In these rooms and the additional exhibits on this floor you will find : Upholstery Coverings Draperies Imported Cabinets French Bronze Torcheres Renaissance Desks Refectory Tables

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  1. The Cincinnati Enquirer,
  2. 15 Oct 1922, Sun,
  3. Page 75

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