Arguably the most famous front door in London, other than No. 10, 221B Baker Street is home to the world’s only consulting detective - Sherlock Holmes. Behind the black door of this fairly unassuming flat on a regular street, Sherlock and Dr. John Watson can be found working on solving their latest case. With a movable door knocker, opening letterbox, realistic metal railings and an internal lamp that light’s up behind the window, the diorama is the perfect set piece to display your Sherlock Holmes and Dr. John Watson 1:6 scale collector figures.
A man with a history of military service, nerves of steel and strong moral principle, Dr. John Watson is a crack shot marksman acclimatised to violence. Not the kind to make friends easily, John chose to befriend and trust Sherlock Holmes and they are now solving crimes together from their shared flat at 221B Baker Street. John now works as a GP at a local surgery, however, should you wish to book an appointment with him, expect him to be running late as he is prone to falling asleep at his desk after he and Sherlock have been working late on a case. He recounts his most recent experiences and has written up their cases on his blog. Officially licensed by the makers of Sherlock, Hartswood Films, each figure features a fully realised likeness of Martin Freeman, outfitted in his trademark costume, together with signature accessories and a display base.
James "Jim" Moriarty is the world's only "consulting criminal"; a stark contrast to the occupation of his nemesis Sherlock Holmes. A sadistic, psychopathic criminal genius, he has an incredible capability for changing his tone of voice and behaviour several times in a single sentence for psychological effect. Moriarty is ruthless, committing torture and murder in sadistic ways, not caring whether people live or die. Officially licensed by the makers of Sherlock, Hartswood Films, each figure features a fully realised likeness of Andrew Scott, attired in one of his designer suits, together with numerous accessories and a display stand.