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- Here’s a picture of this black and grey tattoo I did. Thanks again Chris for coming in 😃 @chris_cass. Text 📲 714-653-5147 or D/M For Serious Inquiries. #tattoo #tattoos #tattooed #inked #inkedup #art #artist #artwork #tattooartist #tattoodesign #silhouette #scenery #pocketwatch #blackandgrey #tattooart #bodyart #sleevetattoo #tattoowork #inkedlife #armtattoo #blackandgreytattoo #tattooer #tattooink #losangeles #orangecounty #huntingtonbeach #newport #fullerton #anaheim
- Here’s a picture of this black and grey tattoo I did. Thanks again Chris for coming in 😃 @chris_cass. Text 📲 714-653-5147 or D/M For Serious Inquiries. #tattoo #tattoos #tattooed #inked #inkedup #art #artist #artwork #tattooartist #tattoodesign #silhouette #scenery #pocketwatch #blackandgrey #tattooart #bodyart #sleevetattoo #tattoowork #inkedlife #armtattoo #blackandgreytattoo #tattooer #tattooink #losangeles #orangecounty #huntingtonbeach #newport #fullerton #anaheim
- Chateau-sur-mer, located at 424 Bellevue Avenue in Newport, Rhode Island, was built in 1852 for William Shepard Wetmore, a wealthy merchant in the Old China Trade, by architect Seth C. Bradford in the Italianate style. Wetmore died in 1862 and passed the property to his son, George Wetmore. In 1869 George Wetmore married and departed on a European honeymoon which lasted the greater part of a decade. During this time he commissioned Richard Morris Hunt to greatly renovate and expand the mansion, to be more in line with the expansive homes that were just beginning to be built in Newport. Hunt remodeled the house into a French Second Empire with a mansard roofed tower, port cochere, and new wing of three stories. It was built as a year round residence, uncommon for the time, and served as the home for the Wetmore family. Mr. Wetmore served two terms as the Governor of Rhode Island and in the United States Senate. The property was purchased by the Preservation Society of Newport County in 1969 and is now run as a house museum open to the public.
- Chateau-sur-mer, located at 424 Bellevue Avenue in Newport, Rhode Island, was built in 1852 for William Shepard Wetmore, a wealthy merchant in the Old China Trade, by architect Seth C. Bradford in the Italianate style. Wetmore died in 1862 and passed the property to his son, George Wetmore. In 1869 George Wetmore married and departed on a European honeymoon which lasted the greater part of a decade. During this time he commissioned Richard Morris Hunt to greatly renovate and expand the mansion, to be more in line with the expansive homes that were just beginning to be built in Newport. Hunt remodeled the house into a French Second Empire with a mansard roofed tower, port cochere, and new wing of three stories. It was built as a year round residence, uncommon for the time, and served as the home for the Wetmore family. Mr. Wetmore served two terms as the Governor of Rhode Island and in the United States Senate. The property was purchased by the Preservation Society of Newport County in 1969 and is now run as a house museum open to the public.
- Chateau-sur-mer, located at 424 Bellevue Avenue in Newport, Rhode Island, was built in 1852 for William Shepard Wetmore, a wealthy merchant in the Old China Trade, by architect Seth C. Bradford in the Italianate style. Wetmore died in 1862 and passed the property to his son, George Wetmore. In 1869 George Wetmore married and departed on a European honeymoon which lasted the greater part of a decade. During this time he commissioned Richard Morris Hunt to greatly renovate and expand the mansion, to be more in line with the expansive homes that were just beginning to be built in Newport. Hunt remodeled the house into a French Second Empire with a mansard roofed tower, port cochere, and new wing of three stories. It was built as a year round residence, uncommon for the time, and served as the home for the Wetmore family. Mr. Wetmore served two terms as the Governor of Rhode Island and in the United States Senate. The property was purchased by the Preservation Society of Newport County in 1969 and is now run as a house museum open to the public.

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