The facade's gleaming white terra-cotta panels embossed with a diamond pattern were ordered from a New York company. The terra-cotta and the three round-arched windows outlined with a cable decoration give an exotic and elegant Venetian-styled finish to this store designed for jeweler D. L. Switzer.
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