Although the majority of citizens were still not literate, pens and other writing instruments were a growing business during the time of Dickens. Details include the large wooden crates, pen motifs sculpted in the stucco, pipe railing, and pretty bay window up stairs. Sterling silver ink wells, finest Birmingham pens and advertised in the signage, coal bin in back for warm fires.
Name taken from Boz, Charles Dickens’ pen name (rhymes with Rose). Includes light cord and bulb. 6.9in H x 4.7in W x 4.9in L
Bond Street Shops, Porcelain, Replacement Bulb (99244)