Smallsword, ca. 1750–60. Possibly German. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Rogers Fund, 1984 (1984.349a, b) #sword

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Over 5,000 military personnel have been ordered to take over law enforcement on the streets of London, as the British government imposes martial law and ushers the nation towards the next phase of the New World Order.

Over military personnel have been ordered to take over law enforcement on the streets of London, as the British government imposes martial law and ushers the nation towards the next phase of the New World Order.

Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George and Princess Charlotte at Pippa Middleton's Wedding 05/20/17 -- George was an usher and Charlotte was a bridesmaid/flower girl

Prince George and Princess Charlotte of Cambridge act as pageboy and bridesmaid at their aunt Pippa Middleton’s wedding to James Matthews.

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Executive pastry chef of Hakkasan Group, Graham Hornigold, ushers up a stunning rhubarb dessert for spring

Roasted rhubarb, orange and crystallised puff pastry

BBC America's 'London Spy' Ushers In New Class of the British Invasion

BBC America's 'London Spy' Ushers In New Class of the British Invasion

Shakespeare: Staging the World at The British Museum features a handful of wonderfully unique ceramics such as a tin-glazed jug with colourful representations of a ‘melancholic lover’, a character that Shakespeare frequently utilised. Tucked away in a corner is a small ceramic piggy bank used by ushers at the Shakespeare's Globe to collect entry payment. The ceramic star of the show, however, has to be the chunky and characterful terracotta watering jug as shown here. Definitely worth a…

Shakespeare: Staging the World at The British Museum features a handful of wonderfully unique ceramics such as a tin-glazed jug with colourful representations of a ‘melancholic lover’, a character that Shakespeare frequently utilised. Tucked away in a corner is a small ceramic piggy bank used by ushers at the Shakespeare's Globe to collect entry payment. The ceramic star of the show, however, has to be the chunky and characterful terracotta watering jug as shown here. Definitely worth a…

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