The Ivy Chelsea Garden, modern european (Caprice Holdings. sister to the Ivy) - Chelsea, London
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Foil-pressed on a 100-year-old press, these recycled chipboard posters walk you through which wildflowers are fresh every single month of the year!

Foil-pressed on a 100-year-old press, these recycled chipboard posters walk you through which wildflowers are fresh every single month of the year!

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The layout for the food from mobile Caterers Fat Hog and Big Pan Catering
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Sticky fig breakfast bowl with yogurt and almond ‘crumble’ | This breakfast bowl really gets you going for the day! and it's ready in 35 minutes!

Sticky fig breakfast bowl with yogurt and almond ‘crumble’ | This breakfast bowl really gets you going for the day! and it's ready in 35 minutes!

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The Ivy London Contributed by Chris Edmunds of Manchester-based United Creatives. The new font to typeset the menus is Sabon which harks back to the 16th century. Sabon in its current form was designed by Jan Tschichold and we chose it partly for its beautiful numbers and the want to soften the presence of the prices. We also took inspiration from the coloured diamond stained glass blind embossing and debossing these into the leather hardback cover.

The Ivy London Contributed by Chris Edmunds of Manchester-based United Creatives. The new font to typeset the menus is Sabon which harks back to the 16th century. Sabon in its current form was designed by Jan Tschichold and we chose it partly for its beautiful numbers and the want to soften the presence of the prices. We also took inspiration from the coloured diamond stained glass blind embossing and debossing these into the leather hardback cover.

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The Ivy London Contributed by Chris Edmunds of Manchester-based United Creatives. The new font to typeset the menus is Sabon which harks back to the 16th century. Sabon in its current form was designed by Jan Tschichold and we chose it partly for its beautiful numbers and the want to soften the presence of the prices. We also took inspiration from the coloured diamond stained glass blind embossing and debossing these into the leather hardback cover.

The Ivy London Contributed by Chris Edmunds of Manchester-based United Creatives. The new font to typeset the menus is Sabon which harks back to the 16th century. Sabon in its current form was designed by Jan Tschichold and we chose it partly for its beautiful numbers and the want to soften the presence of the prices. We also took inspiration from the coloured diamond stained glass blind embossing and debossing these into the leather hardback cover.

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The Ivy London Contributed by Chris Edmunds of Manchester-based United Creatives. The new font to typeset the menus is Sabon which harks back to the 16th century. Sabon in its current form was designed by Jan Tschichold and we chose it partly for its beautiful numbers and the want to soften the presence of the prices. We also took inspiration from the coloured diamond stained glass blind embossing and debossing these into the leather hardback cover.

The Ivy London Contributed by Chris Edmunds of Manchester-based United Creatives. The new font to typeset the menus is Sabon which harks back to the 16th century. Sabon in its current form was designed by Jan Tschichold and we chose it partly for its beautiful numbers and the want to soften the presence of the prices. We also took inspiration from the coloured diamond stained glass blind embossing and debossing these into the leather hardback cover.

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The Ivy London Contributed by Chris Edmunds of Manchester-based United Creatives. The new font to typeset the menus is Sabon which harks back to the 16th century. Sabon in its current form was designed by Jan Tschichold and we chose it partly for its beautiful numbers and the want to soften the presence of the prices. We also took inspiration from the coloured diamond stained glass blind embossing and debossing these into the leather hardback cover.

The Ivy London Contributed by Chris Edmunds of Manchester-based United Creatives. The new font to typeset the menus is Sabon which harks back to the 16th century. Sabon in its current form was designed by Jan Tschichold and we chose it partly for its beautiful numbers and the want to soften the presence of the prices. We also took inspiration from the coloured diamond stained glass blind embossing and debossing these into the leather hardback cover.

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