The original article they were featured in talked a lot about James Bond.
In the Ian Fleming novels (as well as the earlier films) Chesterfields were Bond's smoke of choice when he couldn't get to a shop in London called Morland that made custom cigarettes for him.
I don’t really understand the design evolution of sinks.
I am pretty sure they were all heavy cast iron, because that was the dominant metal-making technology.
Currently single and is been wille now.unfortunately gave up alcohol lol. I'm mainly looking to meet single or attached women for regular nsa meets. I offer a no-sex situation (will remain fully clothed) with your body being handled in all ways right up to full masturbation, kissing and cuddles not le…Robert will have Prints of his Movie Poster Art available for purchase for .00 which includes an autograph. When he conveniently succumbs to a fatal heart attack, the girl realizes that absconding with his cash would make her the obvious perpetrator of a crime, so she steals his dentures before calling the police to report the death. First up is a tale set in Tokyo, directed by Hiromichi Horikawa.One even states that if you mail in 2,120 empty Chesterfield King cigarette packs, you may just score a date with the model (just in case you're wondering, the cigarette company wasn't serious about it.) But what's great is that each woman's measurements are listed. Anyways, all of these ads were created sometime in the early '1960s, when the Bond film series was just heating up. And as you can see by the end of this post, Sean Connery himself was a Chesterfield model in 1964. And oh hey, did I mention that three of these ads feature a sultry woman named Pamela?And everyone here has a waist that is either 21" or 22" around. Look at the deep bowl, which also has a hinged top. You see further integration of the sink into the cabinetry — a clear line in the evolution of “fitted kitchens.” I love this illustration, which I am guessing comes from the 40s, I’d say.