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We sell a selection of exclusive Handel House products at the Handel House shop.

For shop enquiries please contact us or call 020 7399 1953.

Faustina Bordoni Hanging Decoration

Felt hanging decoration inspired by the Handel House portrait of famed mezzo-soprano Faustina Bordoni. Nicknamed the “new siren”, Faustina was a hit with the London opera audiences and worked with Handel regularly. A perfect decoration for music lovers. Approximate size: 150mm (height).


G.F. Handel Hanging Decoration

Felt hanging decoration inspired by G.F. Handel. The design features lovely detail in blue and gold and shows Handel holding a music score. What better way to decorate your Christmas tree than with the composer of Messiah? Approximate size: 160mm (height).


Handel House Companion Guide

No. 25 Brook Street is one of the most significant addresses in the history of Western music. This guide explores G.F. Handel, his life, his work and his home in Brook Street, which opened to the general public as Handel House in 2001.


Handel House Watercolour Magnet

Fridge magnet with an image of John Buckler’s watercolour painting of No. 25 Brook Street. Buckler made this picture of Handel’s house to record how it looked before the garret on the top floor was turned into a full height attic in the 1830s. Approximate dimensions: 55mm by 80mm.


Handel Map of London

Take a walk in Handel’s shoes with this fantastic illustrated tour of Handel’s London. Many of the places he experienced are still part of London’s modern landscape and those that are gone are brought to life in words and pictures in this keepsake map.


Handel Signature Pencil

HB wood pencil with eraser in red. This pencil is decorated with Handel’s signature in white and makes an ideal small souvenir of the composer’s home or little gift for fans of the man and his music.



Harpsichord Keyring

Plastic keyring featuring a detail from the exquisite Handel House Kennedy harpsichord. This instrument was made by Bruce Kennedy in 1998 and is based on the “Ruckers” harpsichord that Handel is known to have had at No.25 Brook Street. Approximate dimensions: 53mm x 38mm.


Ruth Smith, Charles Jennens: The Man Behind Handel's Messiah

Librettist of some of Handel’s greatest oratorios, Charles Jennens was also a pioneering Shakespeare editor, a generous benefactor and friend, a political outsider and a complex personality. With over 60 illustrations, many never previously published, this is the first ever biography of the man who originated Handel’s Messiah.