Edison’s Sherlock Sidewinder

by Peter Smith

Named in honour of Thomas Edison’s creation, the Edison Electric Light Company, this slippery slithery sidewinder is also said to have been the inspiration for Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes. Noted for it’s peculiar ‘S’ shape when standing, it sports a deerstalker hat and can regularly be seen smoking a rather ornate pipe.

Edison’s Sherlock Sidewinder by Peter Smith

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Image size: 30" x 18.75"
Edition size: 95
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