Edmond Glazier door glass donated to Steve Penrice Archive by COUPER CARPETS CROSSGATE CUPAR. I have now added a frame to it & add a suitable beading.
This old framed door sign was found in Edmond glaziers storeroom when clearing out after it closed donated to Steve Penrice archive by last owner Mr Smith. The frame & glass was in a bad way paint on frame & glass was peeling due to it’s age. I had the frame paint matched stripped back to the wood to restore & repainted to same colour.
On the far left corner you can see a gas lamp donated to Steve Penrice Archive by Mr Johnston he salvaged it from Eddie Gilchrist Cobblers at Balmerino Place prior to demolition this was on the wall in back room & would have been on wall when the Central Cinema was in the premises.
I was invited along to Balmullo Rural on Thursday 4th April 2013 to do a talk on Old Cupar. Such a great night & a fantastic new hall. I had a great large wall to beam the images onto. Afterwords i was treated to a great feed. I had my scanner on hand for the photographs that were brought along scanned & given back on the spot. Thankyou to everyone at Balmullo Rural for inviting me a long.
Fife Folk Museum Ceres is all ready for the new season pop along & see the new exhibits. Have a Refreshment in the Tearoom.
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D & J Edmond Glazier 84 Bonnygate this door glass was donated to The Steve Penrice Archive March 2013 by Couper Carpets Crossgate Cupar with thanks.
D & J Edmond established in Cupar in 1837 at 84 Bonnygate & remained there until early 2012. I have added this glass to my vast Archive of Local history which i have gathered over 25 years. When the shop closed Mr Smith donated the original sign which had been in the store for many years which i’m now restoring. watch this space for more details & image.
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