Next in the collection of reproduction London street signs – Pudding Lane!

A beautiful reproduction Pudding Lane street sign. Made from solid wood, rustically painted off white and black, faded to give a great antique look. Would look fantastic displayed in a kitchen or pantry – wherever you spend your time making your best desserts!

Pudding Lane, previously known as Rother Lane, or Red Rose Lane, is a small street in London, widely known as the location of Thomas Farriner’s bakery, where the Great Fire of London started in 1666. It runs between Eastcheap and Thames Street in the historic City of London, and intersects Monument Street, the site of Christopher Wren’s Monument to the Great Fire.

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