The Story. The Creation.

Leaving Lady B to Dine in Peace!

And there is certainly a 'woman within ken' in the dining room for the walls that I have painted in a distemper inspired by the colour of 'Wedgewood Blue' are now adorned with several female likenesses which feature the likes of the notorious Lady Melbourne, the celebrated Duchess of Devonshire and the sculptor Anne Seymour Damer...

Taking My Leave of Number 13?

"Walked early to look at my old house in Piccadilly - saw into the room where I have sat with him, and felt as if I had lived there with a friend who was long since dead to me." These poignant reflections were noted in Annabella's journal on September 17 in 1820, a mere four years after she had left hearth, home and Byron behind on a cold January day and walked out of the front door of 13 Piccadilly Terrace for the last time...

Creating to Empty My Mind!

Lord Byron once said "IF I don't write to empty my mind, I will go mad" and when I think back to that fateful day many years ago when curiosity got the better of me and I picked up a copy of Dolls' House Magazine in my local supermarket which then went on to change my life - I understand where the man was coming from!