The eyes AND ears of the Piccadilly household?
‘Of all romances in miniature – perhaps this is the best shape in which romance can appear’ ~ Lord Byron
With the clock ticking towards Christmas Day, I took the time to grab a few hours away from the hard work that I had been doing in the basement kitchen at 13 Piccadilly Terrace…
As an artist AND passionate devotee of Regency History who loves to create a scene and not only of the hysterical kind – it is perhaps only to be expected that I would create a Regency inspired miniature!
Inspired by the life of this fabulous poet – The Ghost of Piccadilly is the story of a 12th scale historical house which has enjoyed world wide recognition.
And a story FAR from over!
Even if I haven’t exactly been ‘living it large’ here at Nicole’s House – I’ve certainly been having some ‘fun’ even though I have been busy with moving furniture and shifting plant pots while packing away the toys and putting the cherished family photographs into temporary storage.
And the reason for this interior upheaval?
As well as a passion for creating in 12th scale, the Regency world of the poet Lord Byron and chocolate – I also have an interest in the life of Nicole Brown Simpson.
I began to read about Nicole in the autumn of 1994 and have been reading about her ever since.
She was also the inspiration for the Ghost of Brentwood.