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Stoniers, Williamson Square, Liverpool, 2003 • Offering “a world of glass and china” no more, this famous Liverpool store once supplied crockery to the Titanic (and indeed the whole White Star Line, whose old Liverpool HQ I featured here). Marks & Spencer purchased the premises in 2010, and by 2012 it was demolished. Plans for a futuristic M&S did not materialise, and there’s still controversy surrounding the whole square.



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  1. Very sad it closed do you know if you have any other shops in Liverpool and do you do valuations on items purchased by from stoniers thank you

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