Yet More of Paul Bommer’s Delft Tiles
For those who missed Paul Bommer‘s exhibition in Wilkes St last month, it my pleasure to publish yet more of his faux delft tiles, many inspired by stories here in the pages of Spitafields Life.
The Laurel Tree, former pub in Brick Lane.
One for sorrow, two for joy…
Rose Alley, off Bishopsgate.
Turk’s Head, former pub in Wapping.
The Crown & Leek, former pub in Deal St.
Jane Amelia Parker makes jewellery out of clay pipes from the Thames.
Swanfield St, Bethnal Green was once a roosting ground for swans.
Fleur de Lys St, off Commercial St.
Truman, Hanbury & Buxton, brewers of Brick Lane.
The London Stone in Cannon St is believed by some to date from the origins of the City.
The symbol of Childs Bank from The Signs of Old London.
“Bran” is the giant from mythology buried under the Tower of London and also the Welsh word for raven.
Images copyright © Paul Bommer
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