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A Nation of Shopkeepers, celebrating Britain’s Buildings

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We have two very special royal events coming up this spring, the wedding of Prince Harry to Meghan and the birth of a new little prince or princess to Wills & Kate.

We will be celebrating alongside our Royal Family with Limited Painting ceramics, each one numbered and with it’s own certificate.

Watch this space for details!  If you would like to join our newsletter list and receive details of these Limited Paintings, sign up on the left, or email us info@hazle.com

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Featured Ceramics

Mrs Hudson downstairs, Sherlock upstairsSherlock Holmes House

221b’ Baker Street ‘home’ of the celebratedFirst Floor Drawing Room (fictitious -honestly!) criminal investigator, Sherlock Holmes and trusty colleague Dr. Watson. The ceramic is painted with Holmes playing the violin in the left hand upstairs window and his ‘hubble-bubble’ pipe in the right window. Mrs. Hudson’s (housekeeper) drawing room is on the ground floor. There are railings of cast metal and a metal lamp post. This is the first ceramic we have added metalwork to.

The building itself does exist – in Baker St. London and would probably have been a boarding house at the time Conan Doyle was creating Holmes – but it was not Number 221b. At present it is 221b and houses a ‘Museum’ dedicated to Sherlock Holmes ‘memorabilia’- in fact you would swear he lived there…

The Sherlock Holmes House measures 23.4cm (9 & 1/4″) tall to the top of the chimney x 9cm ( 3 & 1/2″) wide.

To order, please click here

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has also been painted as a cottage hospitalThe Wisteria Tea Rooms

This pretty building is based on a 16thDoorway, potted plant, cat looking out. Century Cotswold Stone Hotel and Restaurant in Woodstock, Oxfordshire, near to Blenheim Palace.  Here we present it a typical English Tea Room, serving Cream Teas, with home made scones, strawberries, toasted teacakes, and a range of freshly brewed teas.  Just thinking about it is enough to make the mouth water!  Notice the little tea pot painted over the door.  In one window there is a vase of fresh flowers.  In the other a little cat looks hopefully out…

The Wisteria Tea Room measures 18cm (7″) tall to the top of the chimney x 12cm (4 & 3/4″) wide.  To order please click here.