A Piece of Britain - award winning heritage by Hazle Ceramics
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Keyboard Friends

 In 1989 British Tim Berners-Lee invented the Web at CERN in Geneva, which provides particle accelerators for high energy physics research. In 1993 the web software became public.

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Hazle Ceramics
Keyboard Friends
Only cat in series; HB signature
& Prototype on back, both gold
on London Old Curiosity

£95.50 Worldwide
With Free Postage

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At one time access to Signing Specials was open only to those who could visit participating UK stores, to the frustration of overseas collectors. The eGroup begun in 2003 hosted three Cyber Signings in 2004, 2005 and 2009 that included this ceramic. The far left window shows someone online at night. Most available Hazle Ceramics are now sold on the web.

 The shop may have looked like this in Dickens’ time, as it was known to be a Waste Paper Merchant then.

 The oldest shop in Central London dated 1567, this rare survivor of the Great Fire of London in 1666 and World War Two bombs was made from old ships’ wood and has a preservation order. It was a former dairy on an estate given by King Charles II to a mistress. Dickens once lived in a nearby area and is very likely to have visited when this was part of Care Market.

 In 2018 this old store was making and selling handmade shoes plus other items. Ring the bell and you may be let in!

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