This picture is taken from a marvellous full-page advert, which elsewhere offers to bank your jewels, fur and furniture, and offers to arrange a yachting cruise for you. Them were the days.
These hipsters are probably listening to Cerys Matthews on 6Music.
Maids and housewives, meet the mighty Thor — God of Laundry.
Spot the difference.
During the second world war, Harrods did lines in military clothing.
And here's another great advert from the war years, promoting Harrods' 'back to the Land' exhibition. "In the big store at Knightsbridge," runs the caption, "there is a piggery stocked with some nice porkers from the Hyde Park Pigs Club...Passing a critical eye over the pigs in the Harrods' sty are Mr. Drew and Mr. Alec Hobson, secretary of the Small Pig-Keepers' Council."
£10? We'll take three.
£25? We'll take all of them.
Strictly not for princes.
Might just pop into Harrods. I hear they've got a piano sale on.
You'll be wanting some champagne to celebrate that new piano you've just bought.
Might just pop into Harrods for a cheeky farm in Devon.
This is just a cool ad.
For the person in your life who has everything. And who you don't like that much.