Robinson and Cleaver’s store from the Donegall Square. Robinson and Cleaver prided itself for being the most famous store in the world for Irish Linens. In 1921, it also advertised: We are making a Special Show of our New Season’s Models in all the latest shapes in Fur Coats, Wraps, Stoles and Collars in Skunk, Skunk Oppossum, Beaver, Beaver Coney and Real Moleskin. Animal Ties in White, Black, Grey, and Blue Foxes; also in Mongolian Fox and Blue Wolf. Only the most reliable quality of Furs are stocked.  In 1962, Robinson and Cleaver participated in the Belfast Chamber of Trade’s ‘Buy Ulster’ week, running an exhibition of Ulster goods. Despite extensive renovations in 1963, Robinson and Cleaver closed down in 1984 and its famous staircase was auctioned. Two years later, Next and Principles opened their first shops in Northern Ireland in Cleaver House. The rest of the building was let out for office space. The exterior was cleaned and renovated, and it remains a striking and well loved Belfast landmark.