It's a bit of a shame about the Ten Bells. It was once a beautifully decorated pub with some wonderful fittings, but has been stripped of its finery. All that is left is a few panels of ceramic tiles by Simpson and Sons of St. Martin's Lane, their tiles decorated many a fine Victorian pub. A photograph of the interior of the pub in Mark Girouard's book Victorian Pubs (1984)shows some ornate gas light fittings but they have gone. Worth a visit nonetheless to see the scene of 'Spitalfields in ye Olden Time' and to make sure we protect our pubs better. Grade II listed in 1973.
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