Brighton Pavilion Greetings Card
When George IV was Prince Regent, he employed the famous architect John Nash to turn a modest lodging house into this ornate royal palace, where he entertained his fashionable friends in lavish style.
A century later, during World War 1, The Pavilion had a bizarre change of use. It became a hospital for wounded Indian soldiers. Nowadays, it is open to the public, and everyone is able to marvel at this sumptuous monument to decadence.
148mm x 148mm. Blank inside.
Comes with a white envelope, sealed in a cello bag.