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Cake stand made from stacked cups and plates with small teapot on top

Image ID: 11318869
License type: Rights Managed
Photographer: © living4media / van Rees, Simone
Rights: This image is available for exclusive uses upon request
Model Release: not required
Property Release: not available
 
Location:Breda, NL
Print size: approx. 28.9 × 43.35 cm at 300 dpi
ideal for prints up to DIN A4

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This house in Breda belongs to an inveterate collector of just about everything

The house has now been Anne-Mieke Sengers' home for more than twenty years, which has given her time to fill it with the things she loves. She fell in love with the house immediately because of it’s old fashioned corbel and leaded windows but knew it needed renovation. First came the extension to the living room, then walls had to be plastered, new floors put in and attic and the bathrooms had to be renewed.
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