Delft Street Eleven

£76.00

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A tiny little house from a tiny little street named Delft Street…
No. 11 Delft Street has been many things in its long life including a watchmaker’s and a lace museum. Nowadays it is home to Henry Adleson a retired Shakespeare impersonator. He lives quietly and keeps hens; Regan, Goneril and Cordelia to whom he reads sonnets in the evening.

The house is in a white frame with glass and can either be wall mounted or freestanding. It measures 25cm x 25cm. 

Made from wood off-cuts, card, paint, book pages and found natural materials.

Delivered in 3-5 working days.

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