Sherlock Holmes Museum



Sherlock Holmes Museum

£29.95


Sherlock Holmes Museum

Located at 221b Baker Street.  According to the stories written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, this was where Sherlock Holmes lived between 1881 to 1904.  Today the building houses The Sherlock Holmes Museum.

The Building itself is a Georgian town house and was used as a boarding house from 1860 to 1936.

Our Heritage version, features a Police Constable standing guard outside the front door, the ‘ Baker Street ’ sign to the left side, a hansom cab to the right, and a profile of the great detective himself to the rear, wearing his famous deerstalker hat and smoking his pipe.

The Sherlock Holmes House measures 13.4cm tall (5 & 1/4″) x 4.8cm wide.

Please note: This ceramic is one of our freestanding ceramics.  It is not designed to be wall hung alongside our Nation of Shopkeepers ceramics.