The Crooked Tearooms from Hazle Ceramics

Crooked House Tea Rooms, also known as Market
Cross House, was built in Windsor, England in 1687 as part the
Butchers’ Shambles is the latest release from Hazle Ceramics.

‘ It has remained intact, developing a significant wobble, while
the area around it has changed. It is on the High Street and
Charlotte Street which is recorded as the shortest street in
Britain being only 51 feet 10 inches.’

For more details visit the Hazle
web site.

Visit the WCN Hazle Ceramics
information pages and message board.

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