Dickens Village - The Six Jolly Fellowship Porters
Very unique architecture, a building you just want to keep turning to see all the details on each side. Stone work, crevices, doorways, 2 entrances, bell at the door. Upper story has diamond cut windows. Sign says best ales and Porters. Fence post finials and a bit of greenery in the window box complete the unique features. Title from Our Mutual Friend, Charles Dickens, a fictional pub based on those he frequented and on which real pubs are named today. Fellowship porters were laborers who transported goods by carrying them - fish, fruit, salt, coal. Hanging Sign The Six Jolly Fellowship Porters. 5.1 x 4.9 x 6.9"