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We have quite a few items in our shop that were inspired by Sherlock Holmes – both the original Arthur Conan Doyle stories, and the current television series starring Benedict Cumberbatch. With the new holiday special airing tomorrow on both sides of the pond, we thought we’d highlight a few of those for you today.
The Game is On Patch
In the nineteenth century, the game may have been afoot. Today? The game is on!
This sew-on patch was inspired by Benedict Cumberbatch’s portrayal of Sherlock Holmes, and depicts the famous detective in a minimalist style, stitched on off-white cotton canvas.
Baker Street Scarf
In addition to being available as a patch and on bags, our embroidered Baker Street Tube sign is available on a warm flannel scarf. Whether you’re in London or not, it’s bound to get cold eventually. So show your love of Sherlock Holmes, and London in general, with this warm and cozy accessory!
Consulting Detective Patch
This design definitely hearkens back to Holmes’s Victorian roots, rather than the character’s more modern interpretations. We’ve kept the text simple, declaring only the profession by which Holmes defines himself, Over that is a magnifying glass, searching for clues. The text is, appropriately, distorted and enlarged under the glass.
Many other Sherlock-themed items can be found in their own category on our website. And who knows what 2016 will bring – what do you think, should we add more?
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