A Piece of Britain - award winning heritage by Hazle Ceramics
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Hazle Ceramics
Rare: Only 8 with title & paintway
on London Red Lion
Cast 1991-2000
All Irish pubs on this model are rarer including Flanagans and Murphys. The 19th Hole is the pub at a golf course.

 Famed Dublin pub at 8 Poolbeg Street above since 1854 by Chris McMorrow.

Ireland’s Most Famous Pub
Started back in 1782, John F Kennedy visited in the 1950s when at Hearst newspapers and Judy Garland in 1951 while singing at the former Theatre Royal opposite. Nobel Laureate poet Seamus Heaney and writer James Joyce were regulars. Joyce made notes for “Ulysses” here and cited the pub in his short story “Counterparts”. It is popular with Trinity College scholars nearby.

£87.50 Worldwide
With Free Postage


 With original mahogany like The Red Lion, private divides and barrels but no TV, this former dockers and working mens pub is used by tourists, journalists, sportsmen, literati and more. The lounge has a multitude of theatrical posters, often signed. Its “best pint of Guinness” is said to be down to much pipe cleaning!

 The model is from The Red Lion, 2 Duke of York Street, London SW1.

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