10 Downing Street

10 Downing Street


10 Downing Street

The most famous door in the world and the home of the British Prime Minister!

Number 10 was originally three houses. In 1732, King George II offered them to Sir Robert Walpole who accepted on the condition that they be a gift to the office of First Lord of the Treasury rather than to him personally. The three became two, and the larger house is known today as 10 Downing Street.

Our version has pure gold applied to the letter box, doorknob and of course the number “10″

To the reverse we show the lamp and the British ‘Bobby’ who always stands guard outside standing beneath a street lamp.

10 Downing Street stands 13.3cm (5 & 1/4″) tall x 8.1 cm wide.

Please note: This ceramic is part of the Freestanding Heritage Collection, and is not designed to be wall hung alongside our Nation of Shopkeepers ceramics