Delft Street Fifteen


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A tiny little house from a tiny little street named Delft Street…
Originally 15 Delft Street was built as a place of worship. It is now owned by Mr. Gustav Malseed II. He believes he is 4th in line to the Danish throne. This is not so because the papers he holds to back up his claim are forgeries. No one tells him as they quite like the practice coronation ceremonies he holds monthly.

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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