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Diamond Street: The Hidden World of Hatton Garden by Rachel Lichtenstein
From Jewish cockneys to City slickers. Another cabinet contains objects used by the jewellery-maker and dealer Dave Harris, a year-old former Hatton Garden apprentice, and one of the many local people Lichtenstein interviewed for the book.
This is a conscious decision. For years, I worked close to Hatton Garden; I would stroll down the street at lunchtime unaware of the centuries of history that had shaped it, and the secretive jewellery-makers tapping away behind closed doors. I hope the book is a catalyst for lots more stories.
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Metal vents in the synagogue floor allow glimpses down to the meeting room built below the synagogue — this downstairs area was also open, along with a kitchen underneath the original house. But it is beautiful, and hopefully the Spitalfields Centre charity will be able to generate the funds needed to preserve and restore this lovely building and turn it into the museum of their vision.