Plaque

Laura Ashley

Erection date: 5/7/1994

Inscription

Laura Ashley, designer, 1925 - 1985, began printing fabrics here with her husband Bernard, 1954 - 1956.
Westminster City Council
George Hay & Co.

Plaque unveiled by Sir Bernard and Jane Ashley.

Site: Laura Ashley (1 memorial)

SW1, Cambridge Street, 83

The plaque is on the side of the house in Clarendon Street.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon

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Laura Ashley

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George Ashley

Designer and company director. Born in Brixton. He married Laura Mountney in ...

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Laura Ashley

Dress designer and interior decorator. Born Laura Mountney at 31 Station Terr...

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Laura Ashley

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George Hay and Company

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Westminster City Council

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