Large Ceramic Charles Dickens Museum


Located at 48 Doughty Street in London, Charles Dickens lived in this Georgian terraced house from 1837-1839, and wrote Oliver Twist and Nicholas Nickleby at this address. The building is now home to The Charles Dickens Museum.

This large ceramic model of the Charles Dickens Museum is expertly crafted and hand painted, featuring a blue wall plaque with the dates of Dickens's birth and death on the front of the house.

On the back of the ceramic model is a large hole which allows the ceramic to be hung. There is also a small ceramic Charles Dickens Museum available in the shop.

Dimensions: (h) 220mm x (w) 95mm (d) 30mm



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