wool store

wool store

n
(Textiles) Austral and NZ a building where bales of wool are stored and made available to prospective buyers for inspection
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1 JEAKE'S HOUSE, RYE, EAST SUSSEX From PS58pp On a cobbled street in the former Cinque Port town rich in literary associations, this 17th-century wool store and adjoining Elders House was once the deeply-cherished home of American writer Conrad Aiken.
com)-- Alafoss Wool Store, an Icelandic store offering traditional Icelandic wool sweaters, Icelandic knitting yarn, Icelandic design and souvenirs, today announced that it has received a TripAdvisor[R] Certificate of Excellence award.
8220;Winning the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence is a true source of pride for the entire team at Alafoss Wool Store and we'd like to thank all of our past guests and visitors to our store, who took the time to complete a review on TripAdvisor,” said Gudmundur Arnar Jonsson, owner and CEO of Alafoss.
Sydney's 90-room new 1888 Hotel, has undergone a meticulous 28 million dollar restoration and is inspired by the photo-sharing app Instagram, with ample space blending the original wool store architecture with the colourful and vibrant artwork.
Taking inspiration from the year 1888, when the hotel's building that earlier served as wool store, and Kodak patented its first box and roll cameras, the hotel has two screens in reception displaying a constantly updated feed of images guests have uploaded to Instagram using the #1888hotel hashtag.
Built in the 14th century as a monastic wool store, the place was converted into weavers cottages in the 17th century and is today owned by the National Trust.
An unpretentious wool store of three storeys with an attic at 8 Young Street, owned by the Primary Producers Wool & Produce Selling Co.
To build it, the AMP knocked down the former wool stores of Goldsbrough, Mort and Co.
We stayed at the luxurious Wool Store Hotel in Hobart, and also at the comfy Tasman House Hostel in Devonport.
Here is a volume which Nield suggests is inspired by some of the biggest enclosed spaces of the early Australian economy: the wool stores, in which almost every fibre of fleece had to be examined minutely to ensure that the quality was right.