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Sherlock Holmes

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Hazle Ceramics
Sherlock Holmes
on London Sherlock
With metal lamps & railings
This ceramic is portraying a boarding house rather than a musuem. Upstairs Holmes is playing the violin and his hubble bubble pipe is seen too. Mrs Hudson’s parlour is shown on the ground floor.

 Built 1815, 239 Baker Street was a lodging house from 1860-1934. Named 221B, Sherlock’s rooms are authentically recreated. Due to renumbering in the 1930s and bombing in the 1940-41 Blitz, the real 221 is disputed. The ground floor shop sells this ceramic.

 In 1887 the first Sherlock novel appears in Beeton’s Xmas Annual on home-making. Only eleven pricey copies still exist.

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 Sherlock’s first floor living room is where he meets visitors and housekeeper Mrs Hudson serves meals. His bedroom next door has equipment for scientific tests and there is a spare room for Watson. Waxwork tableaux of scenes from famous stories are upstairs.

 From 1902 The Hound of the Baskervilles has a spectral dog roaming a fog-bound Dartmoor in Arthur Conan Doyle’s most famed and filmed Holmes’ case.

 Watercolour of 221 Baker Street in 1880.

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