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The Sherlock Holmes Pub, Northumberland Street, Westminster, London. This building was originally a hotel known in the 1880’s as the Northumberland Hotel and the Northumberland Arms.

The displays in The Sherlock Holmes was originally part of the Festival of Britain of 1951. Four Holmes enthusiasts (with the support of the family of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle) designed and planned the exhibition, collecting materials for display, including a Persian slipper to hold Holmes’s tobacco, a gasogene for Dr Watson’s soda, and a jack-knife for Holmes to pin his unanswered correspondence to the mantelpiece with. In Abbey House on Baker Street, Holmes’ sitting room at 221B Baker Street was created. Each day crumpets were supplied by a local baker and these were left on a plate in the sitting room with two different sets of bite marks.

The Northumberland Arms was refurbished and reopened under its present name in 1957. Its owners, were fortunate to be able to purchase the entire Sherlock Holmes exhibit after it returned from a world tour. The idea was to install the exhibit in a permanent home in a theme pub in the centre of London where it would appeal to Holmes enthusiasts from around the world.The pub was restored and the main exhibit, a detailed replica of a corner of Holmes’ fictional apartment, was installed on the upstairs floor. The displays in the bars include theatre posters, Dr Watson’s old service revolver, political cartoons and the stuffed head of the Hound of the Baskervilles.

Over the years the exhibits in the bar areas have been augmented with photographs of the actors who have played Holmes and Watson. The collection is curated and maintained by the Sherlock Holmes Society of London.

Watercolour and Pen on Paper..

Available in:

  • Unframed Original paper (11×14) – $919
  • Canvas Reproduction (22×28) – $401
  • Canvas Reproduction (11×14) – $171
  • Canvas Reproduction (8×10) – $69
  • Paper Reproduction (11×14) – $114
  • Paper Reproduction (matted to fit an 8×10 frame) – $29
  • Porcelain ornament – $18
  • Hardboard/cork gloss coaster – $10 each / $40 for set of 4
  • Note card (4×6) – $4.00 each / $17 for set of 5

Custom/additional sizes available on request. Email us for more information HERE.

A paper reproduction is a digital copy of the original painting reproduced on high quality paper. This medium is ready for framing, lamination, or mounting.

A canvas reproduction is a digital copy of the original painting reproduced on canvas, and then stretched onto a wooden frame. In this format, no framing is required — as it is, it is ready to hang on your wall.

The porcelain ornaments measure 2.75″ in diameter. Image is fused into the porcelain with a white back perfect for personalization. Product is individually boxed with a velvet pouch for storage.

Hardboard cork-backed high-gloss coasters measure 3.75″ square. These coasters are highly durable and washable. Perfect for resting a glass of Lambs on. Available individually or in a set of 4.

Note cards measure 4×6″ and are high quality reproductions of your favourite Bobbi Pike Art images. Cards are blank inside and come with an envelope for mailing. Available individually or in a set of 5.

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