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Catch-a-Mouse Inn

 Grade II listed, this is now owned by Greene King like many Hazle pubs. It is across the road from Temple Church famous for, “The Da Vinci Code”. The old interior moved here, such as the fireplace, is said to be by the master carver Grinling Gibbons.

 As this is about a pub we included the interior of this Greene king

The Real Dick Whittington
Showing painter Carol’s love of cats and stories, the cat here has its work cut out! Richard Whittingdon lived c1350-1423 with 1398 on the ceramic. Moving to London, he became a mercer of velvets and silks, married Alice Fitzwarren, was Lord Mayor under three Kings and lent money to them all! He also became Sir Richard, an MP and Sheriff of London. His charity gave to the needy then and amazingly still gives now, with funds distributed by the Mercers Livery Company - a ceramic in 2015!

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Hazle Ceramics
Catch-a-Mouse
Limited Painting 20
on London Tavern 20th Year in 2010

£145 Worldwide
With Free Postage

 At 22 Fleet Street in central London from 1888. The original tavern from 1549 on the opposite side was demolished in 1887 and rebuilt here including much of the old interior.

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 Poor orphan Dick trudges to London from Gloucester, becoming a kitchen boy at Mr Fitzwarren’s. His cat, given to his master’s ship, rids the King of Barbary’s palace of rats.

 Mr Fitzwarren gives Dick his reward from a happy King of Barbary. Dick weds daughter Alice above and becomes Lord Mayor thrice as the Bow Bells foretold.

 The hanging Cock sign and an ornamental golden cock standing below this are seen on the first floor.

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