Nice bit of press for Canonbury Antiques in Sunday's (April 27th 2012) Style Section of the Sunday Times. Canonbury Antiques got a mention as actress, charity worker, OBE and all round national treasure Joanna mentioned the Peter Pan bronze we sell. The original bronze Peter Pan is in London's Kensington Gardens. The author of Peter Pan, JM Barrie, chose the location in central London as he lived near there and would walk through the park for inspiration before the books publication in 1906. The sculptor Sir George Frampton created the the statue in 1912 and it can still be viewed there today.
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