Our history

Little Britain is an historic street just north of St Paul’s cathedral in the City of London. In Charles Dickens novel “Great Expectations” Little Britain was the location for Jaggers office, and the first edition of “the Spectator” magazine was printed here in 1828 in the Dolphin House, one of the many book shops in the area at the time. We have taken historical references in our design and artwork and tales of the Lambs and the Trotters, two feuding families, were documented by Washington Irving in his writings “the Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon” in 1820.